The 2018 production was a massive undertaking. With far more songs and dances to learn than previous years, we were hard pressed to get everything ready in time.
At Otago Boys', sport is a key component in the development of many of our young men.
Clean, green New Zealand. That was the centre of the junior debates Wednesday last week, where the house was an environmental group that wanted to scrap New Zealands clean, green image.
In junior Technology with Mr Richard Dougherty (Term 1 options), the first recipients of the Rectors Award for outstanding work have received their prizes.
All New Zealand state and state-integrated schools have a board of trustees, which is responsible for the governance and control of management of the school and ultimately accountable for the schools ...
The story of a Dunedin soldier who smuggled his violin to the front during World War 1 illustrates the human side of war and the power of music, the creators of a new book on him say.
The Student Council's free 'Breakfast with your Brothers' is even more popular now with the change in the weather!
Over the past few weeks OBHS has been casting a critical eye over our school values.
At the end of last term, 4 boys and myself set off for Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama for an 18 day trip of a lifetime.
Sport keeps School House busy
The annual OBHS v King's High School winter interschool fixture was held on Tuesday.
Congratulations to Old Boys' Ricky Jackson and Sione Asi for making the Under 20 squad for the World Rugby Championship. You have worked so hard to get to this point in your career and we wish you all...
Hayden Parker became the highest-scoring New Zealander in a single Super Rugby match but it was not for a New Zealand team.
Dunedin historian Peter Entwisle strongly raised awareness of Dunedins built heritage and incisively promoted its protection and the creative reuse of heritage buildings. He died recently at his city ...
There was a small but very moving ceremony at Ockero churchyard for John Charles Williams (served 1939-45 War, Sgt. R.N.Z.A.F., killed of active service 1942) during my visit on 25 April.
There is always a lot happening in the library, but one of our favourite activities is the Book Club.
A casual vacancy has occurred on the board of trustees for an elected parent representative.
Year 13 student Nic Sinnott has won a full scholarship to attend the Youth Australia New Zealand Association for the Advancement in Science (ANZAAS) Forum.
Last Friday the Cross Country was run in superb conditions.
Senior students of German have attended a very successful camp this week out at Tirohanga.
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