Congratulations to Will Parry and Sef J who have each won $100 off their OBHS Mt Aspiring camp fees in the competition run by the Outdoor Education display on Open Night.
This week’s Covid 19 lockdown reflection is some pictures sent to us by old boy Shuntaro (Morry) Moriyama.
As you will be aware, the government has announced an extension to Alert Level 2. This is extended until the 6th of September.
The Otago Daily Times Class Act initiative identifies and celebrates the excellence of young people in our province.
Each course provides the opportunity for existing and future players to improve their skills in a curriculum based programme in their chosen sport.
Last Sunday we hosted over 60 hostel grandparents for our annual grandparents’ dinner.
Last Sunday we hosted over 60 hostel grandparents for our annual Grandparents’ dinner.
Last week our traditional interschool against King's High School was held.
This week in Food and Nutrition the Year 9 classes were looking at eggs.
Our Artist of the Week is Level 2 Painting student Flynn Connolly.
A chilling silence hugs the playground. He watches over us like a hawk scoping its prey. Students scurry quickly from building to building, heads down, hands in pockets desperately seeking a place to ...
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
Nominations are invited for the election of one student representative to the board of trustees.
Plastic is an integral problem in our society.
My name is Peter Eaton and I have grown up and worked in Otago my whole life, except for a short time living in Texas for work.
Despite COVID-19 restrictions forcing a number of events to be postponed, and cancelled, this year’s Outdoor Education Ski Trip to Coronet Peak went ahead.
I am doing an orientation term at the Polytechnic. Unfortunately, it will be completely online meaning I don’t get to go to polytec other than for the exams. It would be great to get to know your fell...
We would like to announce the appointment of Mr Alastair Campbell as the Dean of Accelerated Learning.
This week in our interschool against King's High School, the Otago Boys' High School teams will be wearing pink socks as part of their playing uniform.
Due to the escalating volume of school uniform and other items found in classrooms and on school grounds, we ask that you ensure your son’s property is named.
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