Three OBHS students are officiating at the New Zealand Bunnings Junior Nationals being held in Rotorua Feb 8-10th: Logan Whitty, Ben Masterton and Mitchell Lee.
Due to unprecedented demand, we are seeking additional builders and electricians from our school community to support students in placement as part of their 2019 Gateway Program.
It was a day of warmish weather, fantastic house colours and records tumbling.
Tuesday 5th February was our first Blues assembly for 2019, recognising Academic excellence and dedication.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Blake May on his successful audition for a place in the City Choir Dunedin. A well-deserved achievement for our young tenor.
This week the school received the following correspondence from a member of the public. Congratulations Junior, you have done yourself, your family and your school proud!
The rowing team have been training hard since mid January and are now in the final 6 weeks of their season.
Our Pasifika students held their first shared lunch for the year in the Shand on Tuesday.
The first weekend in the hostel was a busy one with the boys doing a variety of activities in what was a compulsory in-weekend, one of only two for the year.
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Form class photos were taken on Tuesday 5 February.
On Tuesday 29 January 2019 the Otago Boys High School 1st XI played their first traditional fixture of the year against the Old Boys XI.
Our annual Athletics Day is scheduled for Thursday, February 7, at the Caledonian Ground. We are all looking forward to a great occasion.
9Y have reflected on their first week at Otago Boys'. Here are some of their thoughts.
With the normal school routine now underway for the year, it is important to remind parents and caregivers the importance of road safety on Arthur Street.
On a sweltering Thursday lunchtime Year 9s volunteered to be jammed into Mrs Hinchey's Toyota.
This year has started with over 800 students, the largest in the last 5 years. It is certainly noticeable around the grounds, but I must say, I believe this has been one of the best starts we have had...
We would like to welcome Mr Andrew King back to Otago Boys High School. Andrew joins the Senior Leadership Team as Deputy Rector responsible for School Culture.
The Lodge was well used over the summer break with several different groups taking advantage of this prime spot for exploring the Matukituki Valley or just taking a break from city stresses.
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