The Year 10 Food Technology gingerbread structures were completed this week. Students were required to come up with a theme and then determine the materials to make it work.
On Wednesday evening we celebrated and farewelled two long standing staff members, Guidance Counsellor Atha Naziris and Head of Music Rob Duffy. Atha joined the staff at Otago Boys' in 1975 and Rob in...
Deputy Head Boy Sam Kilsby took part in the Lions Young Speechmaker regional finals last weekend. Sam was placed third, after all contestants gave a prepared and impromptu speech. Deliberation was i...
Arguing points of law, disputing facts and deciding guilt or innocence were just three of the aspects of law that several of our senior students experienced at a recent Workshop organised by the Otago...
As much as possible, could boys and parents please make all medical, (off site) physio, dentist and driving lesson appointments for students out of school time. These one off, but sometimes frequent a...
OBHS old boy, Olympian and Commonwealth Games competitor Robbie Johnston spoke and presented awards to the "Senior A" Cross Country team at this weeks Senior Assembly.
This week the school received a note of thanks from a member of the public. We would like to share this with our school community.
The theme for my last word is hard work.
Year 13 student Jacob Bellamy is participating in the Gateway programme and is hosted by Dean Wooltorton Builders.
Olympic athlete and old boy Robbie Johnston spoke in assembly last Tuesday. His message to the gathered students was simple, he was not the best runner in the school when he started, but through perse...
This week our Junior Assembly enjoyed the English Department's 'Great OBHS Spelling Bee.'
Otago Boys' will host the annual winter interschool fixture with Christ's College on Tuesday 14th June.
An evening of side-splitting laughter for all the family!
Hi, I am Henry Wang and I am the International Student Leader of 2016.
On Friday (last week) the Year 10 leadership group were involved in a Sport Otago fundamental skills sports day for local primary schools held at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
This afternoon the entire school competed in both the Cross Country championship races and an Interhouse Gumboot Throwing competition.
This week has been busy both inside and outside of the classroom.
Nominations for the Board of Trustee elections closed last Friday and we received fourteen nominations.
On Wednesday night we held our first combined Whnau hui for ng tangata o Moana-nui-a-Kiwa (Pacific Ocean). Staff presented an NCEA information evening for parents to find out all they need to know to ...
The following letter to the Editor was published in the Otago Daily Times on Thursday 26 May 2016.
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