This week has seen teams of three go head to head in the annual OBHS Debate Competition. The arguments have been fierce in the first round and the rebuttal tenacious too as our boys have battled their...
Spring is in the air and boys still play. In fact spring lambs is an apt analogy.
The library was buzzing with wonderful words and superb syntax during our annual lunchtime Poetry Slam to celebrate National Poetry Day.
The Year 12/13 Outdoor Education class travelled to Coronet Peak for four days to work toward a Level 3 practical assessment.
Earlier this year I was lucky enough to be one of five kiwis to be selected by Sir Russell Coutts to compete in the 2017 Open BIC Sailing World Championships in Circolo Vela Arco at the top of Lake Ga...
On Wednesday the OBHS 2nd XI Football team faced the mighty Kaikorai Valley College 1st XI in the 3rd division boys final.
As we all know, Mr Hall picks a poem to be the focus for the school year. This year it is the poem, The Road Not Taken, by Robert Frost. Last year it was, Invictus, by William Ernest Henley and the ye...
Congratulations to Year 10 student Gracin Harrex who was named Player of the Year for the Otago region at the Squash Interclub prize giving held recently.
A disease has fallen upon our planet. A pestilence that provokes my impatience. A widely known, little thought of phenomenon that grinds my gears. Slow walkers. Theyre out there. Traipsing and meander...
Below is the calendar for the upcoming cricket season.
The New Zealand Young Writers Festival is being held from 7 - 10 September 2017
Year 12 student Thomas Grant and Logan Whitty (Year 10) have been selected as representatives from the Otago region and will fly to Wellington on an all expenses paid trip to be hosted by NZ Rugby to ...
Otago Boys' was invited to be the first group of students to experience a secondary school program overnight at Orokonui Ecosanctuary.
Lochlann is a Year 12 student currently on placement every Friday at Transport Engineering Ltd, Mosgiel.
100% of the learning completed, 100% of the time.
The Arts allow young men the opportunity to develop skills and confidence.
In sport our boys excel locally and nationally.
The OBHS Lodge situated in the Matukituki Valley, Mr Aspiring National Park, is the jewel in our crown.
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