The Parents Association have updated their terms and conditions for the second hand uniform shop.
Thank you to everyone who has supported the PTA Cheese Roll fundraiser.
On the last Friday of Term 1, the OBHS B Water Polo team played in the final of the Dunedin Schools' Tournament at Moana Pool.
At the completion of the Maadi Cup in March, 3 rowers from Otago Boys' High School gained trails for representative teams.
During the recent school holidays a group of eleven students and two staff members went away on a short golf trip.
Its not often that someone like myself gets the chance to stand up in front of all you lads and give a speech about anything, so I intend to make the most of it.
Orders are closed and we are ready to make the cheese rolls!
Parent Teacher Interviews for the parents/caregivers of students in Year 9 will be held on Wednesday, 12 May.
We would like to announce our Term One Students of the Term.
One of our core values is Honour. To us that means honouring the past and creating positive futures. Something we often say in our school is to put your hand up to serve, not out to receive. This ANZA...
The Otago Boys' Old Boys' Society held its annual Ambrose Golf Tournament on Friday 19th March at the Balmacewen Golf Club.
Another term has raced by.
The Year 13 Geography class travelled to the Queenstown District this week to investigate tourism processes and to discover what type of tourist they are.
It was a pleasure to supervise 21 young men at the South Island Athletics Championships in Christchurch last weekend.
Otago Boys High School was represented by no less than fifteen teams in the Term One Dunedin Schools Futsal Competition this year.
This morning the entire school and guests took part in our annual ANZAC service.
On Monday, twelve Senior languages students joined other Otago schools for an overnight stay at Camp Tirohanga on the Taieri.
Tn koutou katoa Otago Boys' High School community.
Mikko Johnston, Rohan Williams and Javara Clark had their first debate as a team on the 31st of March.
Last Thursday, a brave group of over 30 senior and junior students participated in a special Shave for a Cure event in the Open-Air Auditorium to raise funds for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand...
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