After winning the Otago schools championship and then defeating the Southland champions, Otago Boys qualified to play in the National finals in Palmerston North.
On Sunday 2nd of September, we all met at OBHS, pumped for what the week was going to bring us.
Over the weekend, Torin Webb, Lochlan Webb and Patrick SefoCloughley represented OBHS at the National Secondary Schools Weightlifting Championships, held in Auckland.
Below is a link which allows you to preview proof copies of the images.
Good luck to our Under 15 Rugby team as they head to Auckland to participate in the annual national tournament.
Last week saw the culmination of Friday and Saturday basketball for all of the school teams.
Our 1st XV put on a mighty performance last weekend to score three tries in eight minutes and set up a 26-7 win against the old rival Southland Boys in the Southern Region Top Four final at Littlebour...
This week at senior assembly two of our students were presented with National Blues in their respective sports.
Over the last six weeks or so, I have been lucky enough to travel the world playing the sport I love.
Congratulations to Year 13 students Jordan Hand, and Sam Rowe, who recently returned from the Touch Youth World Cup in Kuala Lumpur.
Congratulations to Year 13 student Enrico Condino who was recently awarded a gold medal at a national Taekwondo tournament as well as being awarded the club member of the month award. Enrico shares hi...
On Saturday 11 August 2018, Otago Boys High School fielded a team in the South Islands biggest winter multisport event, the Torpedo 7 Peak to Peak.
We are extremely proud to have the two captains of our senior touch team Jordan Hand and Sam Rowe representing New Zealand at the Youth World Cup in Kuala Lumpur.
Please see below for information from the Rugby Club week beginning 6th of August.
A team of 10 boys travelled to Christchurch at the end of the school holidays to compete in the National Schools Orienteering Championships.
A team of 10 students travelled to Cardrona Ski Field for the Otago/Southland Schools Ski and Snowboard Championships which were held on Monday.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Jack Light who has recently returned from competing in the Archery Oceania Championships held in New Caledonia. Jack shares his experience with us.
Year 9 student Theo Smith has recently returned from competing in the Singapore National Diving competition. Theo tells us about his experience.
From the top of Signal Hill (with Chris Hamilton, one of the instructors), this week the boys did shuttle runs to enjoy riding the downhill tracks, namely the Jump Track and Ginger Cougar.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Theo Smith who was awarded the cup for Best Male Skier during week 1 of the Otago Ski Club 2018 Ski Camp.
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