Why do I come to school?
What better way to finish off a busy term one than a walk in the hills? An intrepid group of year 12/13 trampers set off to conquer Gillespie Pass as part of their circuit of the Wilkin and Young rive...
Over the first week of the school holidays Ben Mason has taken part in the NZ Junior Rowing Trials at Lake Karapiro.
Last weekend a group of eight boys went up to Oamaru to compete in the New Zealand National Orienteering Championships.
Please read below for team and training information for 2019
As a school there have been many things to celebrate this term.
This morning we held our annual ANZAC ceremony.
Another futsal season has come to an end and while disrupted by School camps, withdrawals and sickness, most teams would consider it a successful one.
Old boy, Lloyd Maole, was a special guest speaker at the Pasifika homework club on Wednesday.
On Wednesday night the school celebrated the awarding of the Summer Blues to our sporting teams and individuals.
On Tuesday 9th April Otago Boys' 2nd and 3rd XV played host to Marist Ashgrove School from Brisbane.
The message I would like for you all to take home is the importance of facing your fears.
At assembly this week, our 2019 Term One Students of the Term were announced. This award recognises one young man in each year level who has lived our school values: Respect, Perseverance, Honour, Cou...
Former OBHS student Ben Reeves (2014 - 2018) is heading to Brooklyn to play basketball.
Congratulations to Matthew Bolter who won the "Spot the Teen & Match the Book" competition which ran in the library for the last few weeks.
Things ran a little differently this year. Mr Matehaere was given the day off, and Mr Willmotts Year 11 Applied PE class took over the organising. With increased marketing, the event saw record entrie...
We have a number of games and trials this weekend. Please read below.
Please click on the link below to view the latest additions to the school library.
The much-anticipated schools cycling calendar kicked off over the weekend with the South Island School Mountain Bike Championships.
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