Congratulations to Year 12 student Michael Manson who has been selected to participate in the Red Bull Ignite7 programme.
The Junior Table Tennis Nationals where held in Tauranga during the recent school holidays.
In the first weekend of the school holidays the two chess teams (consisting of Max Lough, Ryan Lau, Vann Louie Llanos and Ethan Lau in the A team, and Noah Oseki, Nicolas Wright, Luke Geddes and Aaron...
Congratulations to Year 9 student Whetu Price-Koopu who last weekend competed in the 2018 Christchurch Seido International Karate Tournament in the Youth Kata competition.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Ryan Dey who recorded a number of personal best times at the National New Zealand Secondary Schools Swimming Championships held in Wellington recently.
A Development Squad travelled to Australia for five games against Sydney schools in the first week of the holidays.
Seven riders competed across three disciplines at the South Island Champs held at Signal Hill from 12 - 14 October. Nick Sharp and James Gardner riding all three events! Despite the cold, wet and wind...
Otago Boys High School were represented by two cyclists at this years instalment of the National Road Cycling Championships; James Gardner and Cole Gibbons.
Over the weekend Zishen Fu competed in the Table Tennis Otago Southern Shield Clash against Southland where Otago were victorious in retaining the Shield with a 61-43 win. Zishen led by example as tea...
The Otago Secondary Schools' Duathlon Championships were held in the weekend.
The summer sports season is due to commence.
Signal Hill has been the training ground for several of our mountain bikers preparing for the up-coming South Island Schools Mountain Biking Championships.
This was again another superb display of controlled football on the Wembley like surface of Littlebourne.
Otago Cricket is working in partnership with Wayne Goldsmith while he is in Dunedin as part of his national tour next month.
Winter Blues were presented at assembly this week. These are an acknowledgement of the achievements for students who have excelled in their sporting codes throughout the winter season.
The football firsts travelled to compete in the Jim Wishart tournament in Nelson. The week started with a long drive through to Mapua Camping ground.
At the National Secondary Schools Badminton Tournament, the Otago Boys' team put in some amazing performances.
Otago Boys' fielded teams at both the South Island Junior Premiership and the South Island Senior Qualification Tournament. These were in Nelson and Invercargill respectively. This represented over 20...
After winning the Otago schools championship and then defeating the Southland champions, Otago Boys qualified to play in the National finals in Palmerston North.
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