The Dunedin City Council want to hear your thoughts about the sports you play, how DCC facilities meet your needs and what you would like improved or changed. Your feedback will help DCC develop a spo...
One of the largest groups weve taken to Coronet Peak enjoyed a memorable weekend of skiing and snowboarding. With some natural and man-made snow arriving in the week before, conditions were looking ve...
Our 1st XI hockey team are competing in the South Island Secondary School Premier Hockey Tournament in Christchurch.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
Enrolment meetings for next year are well underway, and planning for timetabling and classes has begun.
No audience, but plenty to cheer about!
All trophies presented at last years senior prize giving now need to be returned.
Our Artist of the Week is Year 12 student LeBron Laiman.
Senior exams will be held from Thursday 17 September - Friday 25 September.
There is emerging international evidence that the use of masks and face coverings can reduce the risk of infected people spreading COVID-19. Masks and face coverings can be particularly useful if ther...
This week some of the Outdoor Education classes have been rock climbing at the former Port Chalmers quarry (Lady Thorn Rhododendron Dell).
Thursday lunchtime saw the staff match up with the prefects in the annual indoor volleyball competition.
Well recognised, easy to identify, friends of man, guardians of nature.
Growing up I constantly lived in my sister's shadow. She was amazing at everything she did. Sports, cultural and academic, you name it, she was probably really good at it.
On Monday the 18th of August, Michael Crosson and I attended the Student Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting run by Commonwealth Youth New Zealand.
The outline for the start of the 2020 school year is as follows:
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 weeks 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.
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