Last night, in front of a packed crowd Tama o le Aisa took the stage with power and grace and performed traditional Samoan and Tongan songs and dances.
Congratulations go out to Old Boys' Blair Tarrant and Kane Russell.
Michael will join the Highlanders next season.
In slightly damp conditions the spirit of sportsmanship lived once again.
This morning at House Assembly the annual House Singing Competition was held.
We are a group of OBHS students who for Business Studies are taking part in the Young Enterprise Scheme. The product we have come up with is called Koru Pencils.
Senior futsal kicked off on Thursday night to the beats of Polyfest, and the games were high tempo too. The competition is being played over the last three weeks of the term, with two games played eac...
Our two classes of Year 11 students have recently completed their internal on 'Cultural Influences on Food in New Zealand'.
Whilst Tournament week was in full throw, the remaining Year 10 Art students went to the Dunedin Art Gallery to see what was happening in the local Art scene.
Applications were made available at this weeks Senior Subject Evening. If you would like your son to have this opportunity, then application forms are available from the student office at Otago Boys H...
It's that time of year again. With painting and printmaking portfolios due in just over a month, the art room starts to get busy.
Exams for senior students start on Thursday 19 September and will continue until Friday 27 September.
Senior exams commence on Thursday 19 September.
Junior students hard at work in the Metal Workshop, producing aluminium pens on the lathe and sheet metal tool boxes.
The next meeting of the Otago Boys' High School Parents' Association will be held in the school library on Thursday 19 September 2019 at 7pm.
Calling all old boys!
Firstly, Id like to congratulate all the teams who went away on winter tournament last week. From what Ive heard, you represented the school well, even if you may not have gotten the result you were l...
At 9am on Saturday, the A-team consisting of Ben Burrow, Reid Sunderland and Lachlan Williams took part in the Harbour Watch Programme for the first time.
Tudor Clothing are selling direct from their factory in Dunedin.
What a great way to close Tongan Language Week at OBHS.
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