The annual winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Timaru Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Wednesday 21 June. Please find below a timetable of events.
What better to do on a Sunday morning than do some Scholarship Stats!
For a good cause. Many of our students losing their hair to support the ‘Shave for a Cure’ to raise funds for the Leukaemia & Blood Cancer Foundation of New Zealand.
The Quiet Leader
The night was dark, grey and cloudy as the walk drew to a close. All torches were off. Blackness surrounded us. The crunching, crushing and skidding of the stones as we rambled across the wet and mudd...
Last week OBHS old boy Samuel Wardhaugh spoke to a Year 10 class and senior students about his career path to date and the processes involved in joining the New Zealand Defence Force.
Results from the OBHS v Christ's College Interschool held in Christchurch on 12 and 13 June are as follows:
Last week OBHS 1st XV members Fausia Loulanting, Layne Opetaia and Mitchell Mahoni- Rae worked with the students from Kaikorai Primary School teaching them the fundamental movement skills associated w...
The childhood dream of South Otago farmer Nigel Woodhead came true when he won the right to represent Otago/Southland as a Grand Finalist at this year’s 2017 FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Imagine you were given $1,440 per day, and were told that at the end of each day, whatever you didn't spend, would be taken off you.
The Red Cross Youth Emergency Preparedness Programme (YEPP) is designed to teach young people knowledge and skills to increase the levels of personal emergency preparedness within the community.
Hamish is a Year 13 student currently on placement with Dean Wooltorton Builders.
This week we awarded our Summer Blues. This is a special assembly and one that is steeped in tradition.
The annual winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Christ's College will be held in Christchurch on Monday 12 June and Tuesday 13 June. Below is a timetable of events.
"Ma’au i lou ofaga. Maua’a lou fa’asinomaga” – “Keep your identity alive to thrive”
Get a team together and enter at the library!
“Lift up your head, open your eyes and you’ll realise that this media we call social is anything but, when our lives are mostly digital and our doors always shut”.
Term 2 has been busy with all our students involved in careers related activities.
Hello everyone! So I’m sure most of you have already heard about this but Otago Boys’ High School is participating in the Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand’s annual Shave for a Cure event.
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