The helicopter was a five seater. Matt and Alex had emerged from the control center carrying nothing but their boots and a backpack with two days worth of supplies. They had been given new clothes to ...
For all of us in the audience today we are students who are all in the second half of their OBHS schooling career. For Year 13 we have only 1 term, Year 12 5 terms and Year 11 9 terms left.
Our Scholarship Statistics boys, who deserve huge acknowledgement for attending Thursday evening or Saturday morning tutorials all year, take a small break to undertake a triangle distinguishability t...
Obituary for Sir Ron Scott
In the recent holidays the library window seats were all reupholstered, and so the new ‘reading only’ area was born in style and comfort! If you’ve ever been lucky enough to visit the library during i...
9T spent their Mathematics lesson this morning finding out for themselves the value of the number pi.
Congratulations to this years outstanding recipients, Ben Sinnamon and Declan Su'a.
Year 13 student Flynn Berkett is attending a Hospitality Course at the Otago Polytechnic.
We are now almost mid way through the third term. The Hostel boys have settled back into hostel life well following the holidays and have been busy with their activities.
Congratulations to Year 11 student Alexander Grant, the 2016 winner of the NEWZATS (NZ Association of Teachers of Singing) Aparima Senior Awards at Marama Hall, Otago University last Sunday.
On Tuesday 16 August the annual NumberWorks’nWords O’MAthalon was held at the Lion Foundation Arena for Years 9 and 10.
Congratulations to Olly Higgins and Todd Bezett who have been named in the 2016 Otago Interprovincial Under 20 Mens Rowing Team.
Old boys Scott Bezett and Corey Lewis have also been named in this tea...
As the Olympics are coming to a close for a majority of our athletes we reflect on the triumphs and losses that we have faced not just as teams but as a nation
Year 10 student Grason Veitch travelled to Blenheim last week to compete in the Marlbourgh Moto X Championship on Saturday.
The Otago Boys’ High School Parents Association would like to express their gratitude to all the
volunteers who turned up on Saturday to help with the cheese roll making. A great fun day was had
As an athletics coach, Arch Jelley is all about the numbers. Except the one that changes each year he hits his birthday. That he's long past caring about.
I can handle all of the death and murder. I can handle the misshapen, diseased corpses. The one thing that I can't handle about this god forsaken apocalypse is the isolation. With no one I care about ...
We acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys of the school
This book is available for purchase from the school office for $50.
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