Welcome to this weeks School House Newsletter.
Congratulations to former Pasifika students/OBHS old boys Jonah Aoina and Paul Eti Slater as they represent the blue of Samoa!
Year 12 student, Ryan Kenton, will be performing in the 2021 Rockquest final tonight at the Mayfair theatre.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
The annual Inter-house School Haka competition was held at form time today.
The winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Timaru Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Tuesday, 29 June.
Team up at Taylormade Motors and meet the Otago Nuggets.
Living with a lisp. It’s something which is often frowned upon by wider society. Not because it intrinsically harms anyone, but because it often hinders someone’s ability to communicate sharply, effec...
We are pleased to report that preparations for the celebration of the OBHS Hostel 150th Reunion are progressing well. We will continue with updates of how the events are building towards the big weeke...
Every week at lunch time Tuesdays, Music Club meets in Room 119 to talk about everything and anything audible. This week Music Club invited everyone (staff and students) to write “mini reviews” around...
Araiteuru Marae and Otago Museum team up to bring you an action packed day of fun for the whole whānau. Learn about the traditions and science of Puaka Matariki and celebrate the cycling of the season...
Singing at royal weddings and funerals, with your performance being televised to millions around the world, is literally all in a day’s work for former Dunedin man Nick Madden.
Jonathan won big at a national magic convention and is in it as much for the laughs as the magic.
It all started in Dunedin about 20 years ago. Now it is coming to a crescendo in Tokyo in just under two months. Nick Ross, Blair Tarrant, Kane Russell and Hugo Inglis played together in Otago age gra...
Highlanders and Otago loose forward Josh Dickson is set to make his Māori All Black debut in the squads two match series against Manu Samoa next month.
Get your tickets now, it will be a great night!
Our Clay Target Shooters will get a well deserved sleep in this Sunday after back to back competitions, travel and training over the last fortnight.
Today I wanted to talk about worrying, more specifically why we do it and a few ways we can cut some of that nagging worry from our minds.
Over Queen's Birthday weekend, OBHS had the pleasure of hosting the Otago Centre Piping and Dancing Association annual championships.
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