Over the school holidays, I was given the fantastic opportunity to attend BLAKE Inspire – a forum for young leaders in the environmental and sustainability fields.
Otago Boys’ High School were recognised for Excellence in Environmental Care and Sustainability by the Keep New Zealand Beautiful Dunedin branch.
Below is a link which allows you to preview proof copies of the images.
A number of our rowers competed in the R2K regatta in the first weekend of the school holidays at Lake Ruataniwha. This regatta was combined with the Inter Provincial Regatta and we achieved some grea...
At the end of last term, 3 OBHS students, Brody Kearney, Josh Dickinson and Jayden Cron trialled and were selected to represent Dunedin in the U15 Thunder (Ice Hockey) team.
In the early hours of Sunday morning, Noah Oseki, Nick Wright, Richard Wang and Aaron Nelson competed in an online international chess tournament, which included players from Mexico, Chile, UAE, South...
At the first full school assembly held on Monday morning, Mr Hall announced the Students of the Term from Term 3.
Daylight savings made the 6am start challenging but that was nothing on the conditions that greeted us in Invercargill, for the South Island Secondary Schools' Duathlon Championships.
We would like to thank Mel and Nicky Fowler of Fowler Homes along with the OBHS Sports Council who organised a very successful golf tournament which was held this week.
Tēnā koutou to all parents and/or caregivers of our Year 13 students.
This term, like many, has rocketed along and seems to have gone by very quickly.
Otago Boys' High School has places for Year 11 and Year 12 students on the Untouched World Water Wise programme from December 10 - 16 2020.
Our Artist of the Week is Year 12 student Patrick Sefo-Cloughley.
Do you have lots of energy and LOVE to RUN, JUMP and THROW? Come and make new friends and have fun during the summer whilst learning some new skills.
A successful Dunedin Clay Target Club shoot saw eight of our squad compete beside twelve men for a days competition on Sunday 13th September.
In a hit out before the South Island Secondary Schools' Duathlon Champs several of our students competed in the Dunedin Triathlon Club's, Otago Champs.
It is late September and we are just about to finish our first full term of the year!
A Te reo Maori card game created by Otago Boys’ High School business studies students has been a big hit this year.
Thank you to those students who attended Mondays Gateway Meeting in Room 13 as per Subject Selection instructions.
Last Thursday night, Angus Henderson and Elliott Alloo travelled to Wellington along with another 82 top business studies students from around the country to take part in an “Entrepreneurs in Action” ...
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