Indoor cricket continues apace as Elliott Alloo and Issac Pratley do battle inside the nets with the team looking on.
Year 12 student Thomas Grant has been selected to be an Assistant Referee this weekend. This will be his first role in a men's premier fixture. He will take to the lines on Saturday in the match betwe...
Culture is an important part of any organisation; in my opinion the culture of this organisation is the key driver for success. This week we have seen the best and worst of our culture. On Tuesday we ...
Year 13 students Jay Lee, Robbie Lindsay and A J Hope took part in the Secondary Schools' Health Promotion Network at Bayfield High School on Thursday.
The School Lodge is an integral part of our school community, and it is in need of redevelopment to ensure that it continues to meet the needs of our boys for another 40 years and beyond.
The annual race (which was part of the OBHS v King's interschool) was run on Wednesday in excellent conditions.
On Tuesday 9A hosted Dunedin author Ella West for a writing Q & A.
The annual winter interschool between Otago Boys' High School and King's High School was hosted by Otago Boys' on Tuesday.
The timetable of events for the interschool between OBHS and King's High School being held on Tuesday 16 May is as follows:
The water moves swiftly around my outstretched fingers, cooling them quickly. I pull my hand out and watch the drips, transparent.
Senior students Te Ngaru Wehi, Nick Griffen, Teremoana Hamblin and Wilson McKenzie-White from the Whnau Class meet with over 40 international and ESOL students at lunchtime for the first International...
Nathan Hill (Year12) has smashed the school cross country record in a time of 7 minutes 48 seconds. He has significantly eclipsed the record (8 minutes 01 seconds) previously held by Bevan Stevens cla...
Te Ngaru Wehi and Taina Te Ngahue competed at the Ng Manu Krero speech competition at the weekend. Te Ngaru was awarded the Te Reo Mori impromptu speech trophy but was pipped by two points for the ov...
This week many of our senior students were involved in presentations from advisors from the University of Canterbury.
Despite several boys being unavailable due to the School cross-country and subject assessments, we still fielded strong teams for the annual event.
Our Parents' Association have organised a Cheese Roll Fundraiser and theyneed more people to help make the cheese rolls.
The Year 12 biologists were treated to a magic day on Blueskin Bay; a still grey day, low mist and watery autumn sunlight.
Despite the weather, which would suggest gumboots as the best footwear, our annual year-level cross countries have been run today.
OBHS hooped Top socks will be sold on Monday at the Canteen.
High School Musical On Stage.
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