Cycling Otago has a proud history of producing Olympians and internationally ranked riders. We currently have a number of students here at Otago Boys' High School involved in the club.
Year 12 student Louis Harris has been away representing Otago at the National Age Group Cycling Championships in Cambridge.
Congratulations to Metu Nafatali, Nicholas Sharp, Masyn Opetaia and Cody Taylor for their selection to the Otago Under 17's Volleyball team. They will travel to Wellington in June to take part in a Na...
George Brookland, Callum Hill, Ashton Booth, Cameron Moffitt, Winston Ward, Liam Kerr and Joshua Sammut competed for Otago at the New Zealand Interprovincial Grade 12 and 13 Athletics held in Masterto...
In a first for the school, four boys have made the 55 strong NZ Athletics team for the Oceania Games to be held in Suva from the 28th June to 1st July. There will be over 20 countries attending and bo...
Considering university study? The University of Canterbury invites future students along with their parents to attend our information evening.
At our most recent Board meeting, the success of the 2017 Otago Boys Fair was acknowledged. Over $30,000 raised was a massive achievement, and this will enable us to make a substantial investment in o...
Congratulations to Year 10 student Michael Ruske whohas been selected to the NZ Under 16 Select team that will compete at the Medibank Classic in Melbourne, Australia from the 8 - 13 June.
Welcome back boys. Im sure you enjoyed the break and are ready for another term of hard work and fun at Otago Boys'.
Parent report evenings are scheduled during Term 2.
Congratulations to the OBHS Brain Bee team. Kelvin Weston, Colby Allen, Max Lough and Liam Connolly have made it through to the regional finals to be held at University of Otago in July.
13 Reasons Why
Recently four OBHS students represented Otago in a Junior Table Tennis fixture against Southland in Invercargill.
The Otago Boys' 1st XI went away to Timaru in the second week of the holidays, for the annual ANZAC Tournament.
On Thursday morning we remembered the sacrifice and efforts of our old boys in World War 1.
This award recognises one young man in each year level who has lived our school values: Respect, Perseverance, Honour, Courage and Excellence. He ideally will be a student who has shown through his ac...
Today I would like to talk to you about one of our core values as an OBs boy and how this value not only identifies us as a school yet also identifies us as individuals.
The term has drawn to a close. Despite the weather today I am thrilled with the way the first academic term of 2017 has gone.
Last week Otago Boys' High School hosted the Pasifika Education Service.
I own and run the supervalue supermarket in Roxburgh. Often the Otago Boys' van has stopped at our shop for the boys to purchase refreshments on their way to different sporting events up country. I h...
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