Each House has an appointed Dean to oversee the pastoral care of every student.
We cater for all the needs of our young men in many ways.
Each course provides the opportunity for existing and future players to improve their skills in a curriculum based programme in their chosen sport.
The Senior Leadership team led by the Rector, manage the day to day running of the school.
The School Haka took approximately 18 months to develop and complete. It has evolved over the past 100 years and different generations have added something to it.
All of you have a uniform which you should be proud to be wearing. At Year 9 level the Dean takes special note of how the uniform is worn and the pride with which it is worn. It is important all items...
There are four Houses at OBHS, each named after a famous ‘Old Boy’.
It is fun and rewarding to improve, whether in sports, music or cultural experiences.
The OBHS Lodge situated in the Matukituki Valley, Mt Aspiring National Park, is the jewel in our crown.
The current school song ‘Follow Up Otago High’ was written in 1909 by Miss Kathleen Park, daughter of A.J. Park (1870-1872), a former Dux.
The outline for the start of the 2024 school year is as follows:
Welcome to our latest School House Newsletter
Next week is the final week of instruction for our senior students before the NCEA Exams.
We invite you to join us on Saturday, November 25, 12pm at Titi Restaurant, for the first WOOBHS Luncheon.
On Thursday, 26 October, OBHS held the school Maori awards for the second year.
As the curtain falls on the seniors of 2023, the seniors of 2024 are emerging as they prepare for their chance to leave their legacy in the history books of OBHS.
Three weeks into the term and senior futsal is all finished.
Mountain Biking Otago are holding a Downhill Race at Signal Hill on Sunday, 19 November and would love to see more entrants, especially school-aged riders.
Since starting Otago Boys' I have run over 8000 kilometres.
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