On Thursday evening, in the OBHS auditorium, students, parents, caregivers, and teachers came along to enjoy performances from five of our fantastic school groups.
In the term break, on September 30, Teddy Finney-Waters will be performing with 52 other singers as part of the New Zealand Secondary Students' Choir.
The Dunedin Youth Council is holding an electoral candidate debate event on Sunday, 1 October at 1pm!
Tēnā koutou katoa, Bula vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Ia orana, Kam na mauri, Kia ōrāna, Mālō e lelei, Talofa, Talofa lava, Taloha ni and Greetings.
Congratulations to all the recipients at the Sports Blues evening this week.
We look forward to celebrating the 2023 season with our rugby community.
This term, the Year 9 Electronics class have stretched their creativity.
The culmination of the 2023 basketball season approaches with the impending trip by our Senior A team having qualified 3 weeks ago, for the Secondary School Basketball Nationals.
Food and Nutrition has had a busy few weeks.
As we put the clocks forward this weekend, we are reminded of the changing seasons and that everything has a season. Coming out of winter, into spring and fingers crossed for a good summer, is what ev...
"It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” Albert Einstein.
Term 3 has seen OBHS climbing go from strength to strength.
I te Raapa o tenei wiki, kua timata te whakataetae a whare i roto i te kura.
A reminder that the Sports Blues evening is being held on Tuesday, 19 September in the school auditorium.
Despite a poor weather forecast, the 12ODR cycle trip to the MacKenzie District had largely fine and favourable conditions.
Throughout Gateway this year I have had the privilege of being hosted by Richard Swale at Transport Engineering Otago Ltd.
Toni Tuuhoko-Pole (Year 10) and Rahui Valli (Year 9) have returned safely to New Zealand after a victorious campaign at the Rugby Heritage Cup in Pontlevoy, France. The boys represented the NZ Condor ...
Arts week celebrates a selection of art work from the senior art classes as they work hard to complete their art portfolios.
Congratulations to Year 13 student Elisaia Eteuati whose painting of his grandparents was selected for the Ringa Toi exhibition being held at Te Papa in Wellington.
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