Our year 13 and 12 students took part in the Office of Film and Literature Classifications bi-annual classification activity on the 12th of June.
The Year 13 Chemistry boys visited the state of the art Mellor laboratories at the Otago University last week.
The annual winter Interschool between OBHS and Christ's College was held in Christchurch on Tuesday.
From the first day of attendance at Otago Boys', it was very apparent to me to remember those that had come before us all.
Over Queen's Birthday weekend, brothers Lochlan and Torin Webb along with Patrick Sefo-Cloughley travelled to Nelson to participate in the South Island Olympic Weightlifting Championships.
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On Thursday 6th June the OBHS Ethics Olympiad team competed in New Zealands first ever Ethics Olympiad in Christchurch.
Term 2 is a busy term with all our students involved in careers related activities.
OBHS was the setting for the 2019 Pacific Voices Speech Competition.
Otago Boys' High School will travel to Christchurch on Monday 10th June for the annual winter interschool fixture against Christ's College.
Last week we celebrated 'Vaiaso o le gagana Samoa' (Samoan Language Week).
Some of our Syrian students have taken the time to explain this special festival.
Congratulations to the 10 Old Boys' who have made the squad for 2019
Year 10 Food and Nutrition students are looking at Food and Culture as a topic this term. The students asked to make Pavlova, and what a superb job they made!
Please find this weeks draw attached:
The old boys' have donated $6920 to Ben Reeves
On Tuesday night, the combined OBHS/OGHS choir and two chamber groups performed in preparation for upcoming competitions.
With my school career at Otago Boys ending in a mere few terms, I can still remember the day that I walked through our schools archway for the very first time and instantly being filled with pride.
Yesterday was a day of industrial action in schools across New Zealand.
Senior assembly was a chance to reflect on the busy start to term two, why our foundations are to be valued and why we should aspire to personal excellence.
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