Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
If you are collecting your son from outside Moana Pool, please be aware of the parking restrictions and time limits.
OBHS was well represented in the Otago representative teams that recently went to the New Zealand National age group champs in Auckland.
By now you will have heard us refer to 'hand up, not out', and 'above the hoops' behaviour.
Congratulations to Isaac Adams, who was recently selected for Nga Tamatane Whanapoikiri, the Aotearoa Māori Football Youth male team.
The summer interschool between Otago Boys' High School and Waitaki Boys' High School was held in Oamaru on Wednesday 24 January.
Each week at senior assembly one of our Prefect's present their "Last Word". We like to share these with the school community.
At the weekend our school Lodge hosted a large wedding.
We welcome feedback from our school community.
The Otago/Southland Mountain Bike Championships were held in Dunedin last weekend.
Last week, over 380 U-14, U-16 and U-19 athletes battled it out on a brand new course as part of the Challenge Wanaka Schools’ Triathlon, incorporating the Otago Secondary Schools’ Triathlon Champs an...
Year 10 student Hunter Burgess plays in the John McGlashan Pipe Band, which is made up of pipers from schools in Dunedin.
The Parents Association would like to thank the OBHS staff, boys, families and sponsors who made the day such a success.
Over the past week the NZ Rowing Club National Championships were held at Lake Ruataniwha in Twizel.
We would like to acknowledge and congratulate the following students who were endorsed with excellence in the NCEA exams last year.
This past week has been a buzzy week for the students who are involved in the bee club.
In a week where rules have been a focus, I wanted to draw your attention to an issue for the parents' of boys who drive to school on a restricted licence.
As part of the school's commitment to be a safe and constructive learning environment, we are reviewing our school rules.
This year’s combined OBHS-OGHS production is the musical Cry-Baby. Set in the 1950s in the early days of rock and roll, it will be lots of fun.
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