This will be teeing off on Friday 28th February 2020 at Balmacewen Golf Course, and will once again be a must attend event for all golf playing supporters of the school.
An enthusiastic group of 9G boys departed for camp on Friday 22nd November. Our first challenge came in the form of gale force winds as we transported supplies across the footbridge and up to the Lodg...
The year 8 BBQ which was held recently was a great success. Despite the weather being a bit cooler there was a very good turnout of parents and boys.
Clear out the old, ready for the new year!
Next week sees the final rite of passage for 2019. Our Junior Prize Giving, starting at 10.30am in the auditorium is a chance for us to celebrate a wide range of achievements from a strong group of Ye...
The Dunedin Secondary Schools' Futsal competition came to an exciting end on Thursday. Unfortunately, junior tournament week and draw changes meant some teams were struggling to field a team.
This week we hosted the South Island Year 9 Cricket Tournament.
Last session for the term and it was an adventure out on the peninsula. With a number of boys away we only had 8 riding.
9H are finishing Term 4 with a statistical investigation into Google Reviews using Google Maps, on local businesses and organisations.
University of Canterbury (UC) Emeritus Professors Murray Munro and John Blunt have been named among the top 1% of cited researchers worldwide.
On the 6th of December boys at OBHS will be celebrating the end of term and the start of the summer holidays. For Aramis Fitzgerald, a Year 12 student this day will be even more momentous as it is the...
To finish off the year 9B are putting their visual text studies to good use; scripting, filming and directing their own short films.
Junior Prize Giving will be held in the school auditorium on Friday 6 December at 10.30am.
Registrations are now open for the 2020 Brain Bee Challenge!
There is a sense of excitement building at the hostel with the end of the school year fast approaching.
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This week Mr Hall received the following letter from the principal of Opoho School.
Despite recent rain, and a less than favourable forecast, the decision was made to ride on Wednesday afternoon.
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