The 2017 OBHS Athletics Day is being held at the Caledonian grounds tomorrow Wednesday 8 February.
Are you a budding volleyballer or are you wanting to try something new and exciting?
These will be taken on Thursday 9 February. Photos will be $10.00 to purchase and can be paid for at the school office by cash, cheque or eftpos. Please ensure your son is in full school uniform for h...
Congratulations to Year 11 student Grason Veitch who won the Woodville Grand Prix in Palmerston North last weekend.
With the winter sport season looming we would like you to consider the possibility of coaching or managing a winter sports team.
Congratulations to OBHS students Ayoub Ahmad, Zane Gray and Henry Dickson who competed and won their respective grades in the 2017 Otago Junior Tennis Open last weekend.
My mother and father have always had farming backgrounds and meet each other through rodeo, so naturally I was born straight into the sport.
How many Year 9 students can you fit into a car?
Otago Boys' High School is in great heart. The year has started with a purpose, the energy and enthusiasm of our school has been a highlight of this, the first week.
The Year 13 Breakfast hosted by the hostel on Tuesday morning was a great success. This tradition gives the boys an opportunity to reflect and steer the course of the school culture in collaboration w...
Cameron McAuslan is based in New Zealand and attended Otago Boys' High School, being part of their 1st XI squad that finished third in the Secondary School Boys First XI Cup in December 2016.
During the beginning of the Christmas holidays three of our students attended a week long camp based at Bannockburn school house. The main objective was to develop leadership qualities by focusing on ...
Richard was awarded to be a Companion of the Queens Service Order in the New Years honors list for 2017.
Congratulations to former OBHS teacher and Deputy Rector Des Smith who has been awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit in the New Years Honours for his services to rugby and community.
The sun shone brightly as our new students were welcomed by our Year 13 students with a Mihi Whakatau. We look forward to seeing these young saplings grow into men with hearts of oak.
2016 was a great year for new books in the Library, most were pleasingly full of clever story lines, great characters and relatively few vampires!
This years camp focused on activities to raise awareness of leadership skills for use in form classes next year, as well as the traditional goals of self-awareness and development.
Course confirmation interviews will be held from Friday 20th January to Thursday 26th January.
This week we celebrated the achievements of our junior students.
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