Many of the Old Boys’, friends of the school, caregivers and parents may have heard by now that our project to secure more land and a home adjoining the hostel has been secured by Otago Boys’ High Sch...
The lodge at Mt Aspiring remains integral to the OB's experience. This year we aim to get close to 200 student experiences involving the lodge as the base.
Dunedin-born multi Olympic and world rowing champion Hamish Bond has claimed elite time trial honours on the opening day of the Oceania road cycling championships in Tasmania.
What Otago Boys' is today, and aspires to be in the future, is only possible because of our wide community of support and the generosity of Old Boys' and other benefactors, past and present
Recently I asked significant OBHS Foundation contributor, Grant Bowie (1971-1975); why he gave so generously to the Foundation.
Community, is as I have often written about, central to the development of a confident, well-rounded OB's boy.
On Tuesday 30 January 2018 the Otago Boys’ High School 1st XI played their first traditional fixture of the year against the Old Boys XI.
The 2018 Crest Clean Old Boys' Golf Tournament was a tremendous success with a record sum raised.
A return to enjoying his football has helped Cameron Howieson back into the All Whites.
Regan Taylor, OBHS Old Boy 2017, has scooped a National Award for contribution to Water Polo.
For Ted McCoy, architecture was his work, his passion, his life. Years after he was ostensibly retired, Mr McCoy was still designing from home, working “mainly on friends' houses”. He was “always busy...
Old Boy Tom Mottershead became the first person to graduate from university with a new bachelor of arts and science degree, which aims to break down barriers between arts and science.
He'd been our own Old Soldier for so long that the death of Wattie Thomas, at the age of 101 years, came as something of shock.
Time has flown by for Black Sticks forward Hugo Inglis but the southern man has no plans to slow down any time soon.
As he approaches his 100th birthday, former Dunedin Presbyterian minister and controversial theologian Sir Lloyd Geering is writing another book.
This will be held on Monday 12 February. Please come along and support the students.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
At the Junior Prize-giving ceremony this morning I had the absolute pleasure and indeed privilege to honour one of our most distinguished Old Boys'.
The Foundation remains in a stable position and an active supporter of the school.
2017 has been a very good year for the school.
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