This week the Students of the Term for term 3 were announced.
On Sunday, 8 October the OBHS Rugby Club held their end of season prizegiving.
During the holidays the Māori Hill Under 15 Gunners team travelled to the Gold Coast to play in the Premier Invitational Football Tournament.
During the second week of the holidays, the First Xl squad made the trip to Rangiora to play ‘the Willows’ cricket club.
Imagine giving up your summer holiday to devote yourself to improving your skills in one of your favourite areas of the curriculum!
OBHS had five players in the squad of 10 who travelled to Auckland to compete in the U16 Water Polo Nationals.
Malo le soifua, kia orana, malo e lelei, ni sa bula, taloha ni, fakaalofa atu, mauri, halo olketa, kia ora and warm pacific greetings.
In the last weekend of the school holidays the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Mountain Biking Championships were hosted by the Marlborough Mountain Biking Club, in Blenheim.
My name is Flynn Wilson and I was recently one of the delegates for Blake Inspire 2023.
Stress is everywhere.
Dates have been set for the two Year 10 classes who missed out on their camp to Mt Aspiring during Term 1.
On Sunday, 53 young men and women from throughout New Zealand were presented with their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award at a ceremony hosted by Otago Boys’ High School.
The JR McKenzie Youth Education Fund has a proud tradition of supporting families in need of financial assistance, with the purchasing of a school uniform.
During the holidays the Owen brothers, Jake and Alexis, competed at the 2023 Scholastics Surfing Championships held in Gisborne.
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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.
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