A spell of excellent weather has made the second physical week of school one of our best. There has been a noticeable lift in the performance of the school as we bend our backs to spring forward out o...
Given the current financial uncertainty for many families, we appreciate the difficulties many will be facing. If we can alleviate any stress around paying for school and sports fees we are happy for ...
The firewood and grocery hamper raffles will be drawn next week.
Now is the opportunity for our school community to give back to those who have given to us over the years. If you can, please support this Dunedin business operated by an OBHS old boy.
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After a challenging beginning to the year with Covid-19, the Art department decided to create a photography competition that focused on the theme of Isolation.
It is a tradition at Otago Boys' High School that senior assemblies finish with the reading from the Book of Remembrance.
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Parents of prospective boarding students for 2021 and 2022 at all year levels and parents of current boarders at OBHS Hostel, are warmly invited to attend one of the following country visits to meet w...
Prefects continue to present their Last Word virtually. This week it was Cameron Moffitt's turn.
We are EduCard NZ, five Year 13 lads passionate about helping to educate the public about essential kiwi trivia. We have brought the business back for another year with a completely redesigned game.
Your 2019/2020 Entertainment membership is about to expire so now is the perfect chance to support Otago Boys High School.
Talofa Lava, Today Sunday the 24th of May marks the beginning of Samoan Language week (SLW) it is the second instalment of pacific Island language weeks for 2020.
The OBHS Esports club has started up and has been active during Level 2.
Each week one of our prefects present their "Last Word" at senior assembly.
In a tight quarterfinal, debating went down to a strong Auckland team in the National Online Schools Debating Competition on Monday night.
The boys in 9S English were set the task of describing a mysterious character. Enjoy Thomas Visser's work below.
With the interruption to the school calendar due to Covid 19 and the uncertainty of how things are looking in the future, we have had to make amendments to our winter interschools.
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