Welcome to our Week 4 School House Newsletter
We are excited to announce that our new and improved sports website is now live!
This weeks DSD debate counted as part of the Kings interschool.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
Otago Boys' High School is closed on Friday, 4 June for mid term break and Monday, 7 June for Queens Birthday.
One of the most common struggles that has plagued me through my schooling career is procrastination.
Every week at lunch time on Tuesday, Music Club meets in Room 119 to talk about everything and anything audible.
On Saturday 22nd May, nearly 200 boys and girls all put the school uniforms and sports jerseys aside for a different kind of dress code.
Parent Teacher Interviews for the parents/caregivers of all senior students will be held on Tuesday, 1 June and Thursday, 10 June.
New Zealand Rugby's Research Scientist in concussion, Dr Danielle Salmon will be presenting an information session on concussion management to the community.
On Tuesday, 1 June and Thursday, 10 June school will close for tuition at 1.25pm.
It is great to make contact with you all with around 20 weeks to go when we will be celebrating the 150th Reunion of the OBHS Hostel.
Last Sunday, the 16th of May saw twelve hardy OBHS boys taking on the exhausting, exhilarating Macpac Hillary Challenge in Spencerville, Christchurch.
On the 7th of May, Boudewijn Keenan had the wonderful experience of performing at the Dunedin Town Hall as a featured soloist, performing with the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra.
Debating this week started with a tough model of "This House believes that people who receive the benefit should have to work for it".
For Gateway I have been working with Amalgamated Builders Limited at the old University of Otago Bookshop.
Nicholas Finnie and Ted Finney-Waters had a busy and successful weekend at the annual Green Island Vocal Competition.
On Thursday, young Old Boy Chris Hood spoke to senior students about his experiences as an OBHS student, US College Basketballer, Otago University student and Surveyor.
Last week I had the esteemed privilege of attending the annual Head Prefect Conference up in Auckland, where 37 lads from boys' schools across New Zealand got together for two days.
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