This years School Haka competition saw an impressive set of performances by all of our students in their Houses.
Congratulations to Ashton Booth, George Brookland, Callum Hill, Cameron Moffitt, Joshua Sammut and Winston Ward who competed for their athletics club Hill City at last weekends Athletics Club Champion...
Wednesday saw the start of the hugely popular Dunedin Secondary Schools Debate Competition, held every Wednesday fortnight for juniors.
OBs has two confirmed teams entered into what is always a chall...
When you picture Otago Boys' High School, what do you see? For some it is the archway, others the tower block. But what ties these things together?
I have just had the opportunity to spend 4 enjoyable days with 10G on camp in the Mt Aspiring National Park.
Usually I am against this statement, but evidence is proving me wrong.
The OBHS Book club meets fortnightly at interval to fight over new books, biscuits and who is arguably reading the greatest book of the week.
A team of seven boys represented the School at the South Island Triathlon and Duathlon Championships in the weekend. The Oamaru Triathlon, in its 33rd year, has become the annual event at which the So...
10A have arrived back from their week at camp
After winning the boys’ section of the Otago Region Secondary Schools' Tennis competition OBHS travelled to Timaru to play in the South Island finals last weekend.
This week you may have seen an item on 1 News that highlighted an issue around drugs in sport. Because our school had hosted a workshop by Drugfree Sport New Zealand we were chosen to be on television...
Two days of exciting and tense play saw both the First and Second XI games come down to tense finishes with the game between the two top teams on Littlebourne being extremely close.
After interviews and votes, the International Leaders were announced at a special meeting this week.
The statisticians of the school are currently working on a project looking into various variables of Dunedin's weather. Using the University of Otago's weather station data from 2016, they are using b...
COURAGE - As a skinny, naïve, 12-year-old, the word courage had probably never passed through my Grandfather’s mind. But he was about to meet it.
As you know, thousands of kids got their first smartphone at Christmas. The
idea is to teach them safe camera-behaviour from the start. They are then
much more likely to think twice before sharing an ...
Last week saw the final Year 13 Homeostasis Biology trip to the University of Otago Physical Education Department.
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