Firstly, me Geoff Bates, Im your new President having taken over from Brent Alexander who after 9 years of service to the school stood down at the last AGM. Thank you, Brent, on behalf of the Old Boys...
This annual event was again held at Aramoana on Tuesday 19th March.
One of the things that I am most proud of, about our school, is the way in which our men rise to a challenge.
Last week over 500 competitors from all over New Zealand competed at the NZ Division II Swimming Championships held at Moana Pool.
Ben Burrows of Year 11 has won a place on the Sir Peter Bake Trust Young Environmental Leadership Forum.
We are pleased to confirm, as advised by Marion Poore, Medical Officer of Health, that there have been no further cases of measles in our region.
Netsafe has received a number of reports of online content relating to the attacks in Christchurch.
Otago Boys' students Ben, Xavier, Luke and Josh, hosted the Town Belt Kaitiaki group at school this morning.
Last week ten of our golfers travelled to Cromwell to participate in the Otago Intercollegiate Finals which were held this year on the Cromwell Golf course.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Jacob Wadsworth who placed 2nd at the Dunedin BMX Championships in the weekend.
The boys got up close and personal with the marine life in the Otago harbour on Sunday.
The boys got up close and personal with the marine life of the Otago harbour on Sunday.
Last weekend our Senior Blue and Senior White Volleyball teams competed in the Secondary School Otago Regional Volleyball Tournament. This tournament is also the qualifiers for Nationals at the end of...
I've known that I have had to do this speech for weeks but Im sure like the most of you and your assessments, life happens and you lose track.
On Thursday afternoon Hoani Wipaki (Year 12) and Bailey Cavanagh-Welch (Year 13) competed in the annual Rotary Club Secondary Schools Speech Competition held at the Dunedin Railway Station.
Dunedins springboard and platform diving club, Diving tkou, sent five divers to represent Otago at the Diving New Zealand North Island Championships in Wellington over the first weekend in March.
Below is a link which allows you to preview proof copies of the images.
Tena Koutou, Tena Koutou, Tena Koutou Katoa
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