Over the past week the NZ Rowing Club National Championships were held at Lake Ruataniwha in Twizel.
We would like to acknowledge and congratulate the following students who were endorsed with excellence in the NCEA exams last year.
This past week has been a buzzy week for the students who are involved in the bee club.
In a week where rules have been a focus, I wanted to draw your attention to an issue for the parents' of boys who drive to school on a restricted licence.
As part of the school's commitment to be a safe and constructive learning environment, we are reviewing our school rules.
This years combined OBHS-OGHS production is the musical Cry-Baby. Set in the 1950s in the early days of rock and roll, it will be lots of fun.
On Saturday 13 February 2021 an OBHS Old Boys team entered the annual Spartans 10s rugby tournament held at Green Island Rugby Club.
We look forward to seeing you all on Sunday at our GIANT Garage Sale.
We are looking forward to seeing you all at the Garage Sale on Sunday!
One of the best things about our culture is that the spirit of brotherhood lives past the last time these men pass through the Archway.
From Tuesday 16th February until Thursday 15th April, you will get a bonus $10 or $20 eGift card for Countdown or JB HiFi.
As you will be aware, the government has moved Otago to Alert Level 2 from 11.59pm tonight. This is in response to community transmission in Auckland.
The sun is shining and we are all grateful.
The first meeting of the OBHS Parents Association for the year will be held in the school staff room on Thursday, 18 February at 7pm. New members are most welcome!
Thank you for all the donations we have had over the past year for our up and coming Garage Sale.
The entire cohort of 30 Year 9 hostel boys accompanied by 5 hostel prefects and 3 staff departed for our Mt Aspiring Lodge on Saturday afternoon. After refuelling at Subway Cromwell we made it to the ...
After a successful 2018 tour, we are taking another group of boys to the North Island to learn about NZ's earthquakes and volcanoes first hand.
The library has a large amount of overdue books, especially English text books.
Last week our Rector, Mr Hall, received the following email from a new parent to the school.
At senior assembly this week, badges and ties were presented to the 2021 Prefects.
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