The South Island Secondary Schools Championships took place in Dunedin last weekend.
The PTA have high quality OBHS polar fleece blankets for sale.
Dunedin Champions from 2016 start the defence of their crown with a convincing win over the Sledge Hammers.
For the first time in OBHS library quiz history we ended up with two teams in 1st position. Being the inaugural House Quiz Competition there could however only be one winner and Quizmaster Mr Hanson h...
Last week during summer tournament six sailing crews from OBHS took to the water to compete in the South Island Secondary Schools Sunburst Championships.
Super scientists in 9Y, exploring sublimation and other dry ice properties and uses, like making a mess and blowing up balloons! A great way to start the weeks learning.
Are Year 12 boys distances kicking rugby balls normal....(ly distributed).
See the graph - yes - mean median and mode are the same - most distances are in the middle.
Lads, to start things off, I have something I want to ask you. Have you ever experienced that feeling of not being able to remember the dream you just had the night before? I know I have for sure and ...
This weeks assembly saw nine fine young men being recognised for outstanding achievement at national level.
Fifteen young men represented OBHS at the 2017 Aon Maadi cup at Lake Karapiro.
Otago Boys' High School will close early for tuition on Thursday 13 April, at 1.15pm to allow our teachers to run parent interviews with our Hostel boys.
On Monday I attended the World Vision Youth Conference. It was a leader course set on raising awareness of current issues and what young people can do to help.
We would like to acknowledge and thank the following companies and friends of the school for their fantastic support of our Fair.
Over the weekend of the 25th and 26th of March, the OBHS 1st Touch Team attended the SISS tournament held in Christchurch.
Success is many things to different people. The oxford dictionary defines success as “The accomplishment of an aim or purpose”. While most people think success is when your signature changes to an aut...
The OBHS water polo team competed at the South Island Championships in Christchurch this week.
The Softball 1st XI won the Division 1 Otago Softball Championships last week.
This event was held at Teretonga Raceway on Wednesday 29th. We were represented by three riders; Ben Hogan in the U19 grade, with Louis Harris and Ronan Geraghty being in the U17 grade.
On Monday night Mr Hooper will lead a team of staff in a discussion with Year 13 parents and their sons. I would like to open this to other families who may wish to attend.
A free workshop on peak sports performance. Come and hear from expert speakers on how to make the most of your training.
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