Some of our Year 12 and 13 students were treated to a wonderfully informative and insightful lecture by Professor Lyn Tribble, from the University of Otago's Department of English this week.
The Otago Boys' Old Boys' Society held its annual Ambrose Golf Tournament on Friday 7th April at the Balmacewen Golf Club.
On behalf of our school we would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of our School Fair. It was a fantastic day to celebrate with our whole school community, as well as welcome the ...
Phillip attended Otago Boys' from 1963-67 he was was Dux in 1967 and also Best All Round Boy. A member of the First Cricket XI, First Basketball Five, leader of the Debating Team, President of the Sch...
The Table Tennis South Island Teams Championships are being held in Christchurch over Queens Birthday weekend.
The school had a visit from Young Old Boy Sam Armstrong in conjunction with the ‘What’s my job?’ lunchtime series 2017.
We have a total of six interschool this winter season, we have completed three and have three home interschools to come against Timaru Boys', Christchurch Boys' and Waitaki Boys'.
The annual winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Southland Boys' High School was held in Invercargill on Wednesday.
Before I was born, my Great-grandfather died. I’ve been told he was a great man.
This term we are excited to be holding the inaugural OBHS photo competition.
Night was upon the valley. Casting an eerie blue glow through the undergrowth, the full moon watched over the forest.
The Otago Secondary Schools Swimming Championships were held at Moana Pool last weekend. Otago Boys' had a successful meet with a number of placings and personal bests.
The annual winter interschool between OBHS and SBHS will be held in Invercargill on Wednesday 24 May.
Indoor cricket continues apace as Elliott Alloo and Issac Pratley do battle inside the nets with the team looking on.
Year 12 student Thomas Grant has been selected to be an Assistant Referee this weekend. This will be his first role in a men's premier fixture. He will take to the lines on Saturday in the match betwe...
Culture is an important part of any organisation; in my opinion the culture of this organisation is the key driver for success. This week we have seen the best and worst of our culture. On Tuesday we ...
Year 13 students Jay Lee, Robbie Lindsay and A J Hope took part in the Secondary Schools' Health Promotion Network at Bayfield High School on Thursday.
The School Lodge is an integral part of our school community, and it is in need of redevelopment to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of our boys for another 40 years and beyond.
The annual race (which was part of the OBHS v King's interschool) was run on Wednesday in excellent conditions.
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