The OBHS PTA would like to thank the school community for the support they have given to our fundraisers last year during the 2019/2020 period.
If you are in Dunedin during the break you are in for a real treat!
This week at senior assembly we recognised commitment and dedication to sport, with the awarding of Summer Blues and National Honours to sporting teams and individuals.
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I am pleased to report that your old school, and mine, continues to develop in these difficult times.
On Friday morning at House Assembly the School Council collected 44 pairs of pre loved sports shoes and boots.
It is great to have winter sports underway and see the boys out in the community representing Otago Boys' High School.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
This month saw the school community support the Presbyterian Support food bank with our annual can drive house competition.
After the postponement of our fair due to Covid 19 we have set a new date. Pop it in your diary and we will see you there!
Over the past two weeks the classes of 9H and 9T have been very busy working on their assessment for the topic of Disease and Society.
With the winter holidays almost upon us it is a great time to curl up by the fire with a good book.
As we all know 2020 has been a rough year for almost everyone as people have missed out on great opportunities. For example, the cricket trip that was meant to go to India prior to the Corona virus ou...
The Year 12 Outdoor Education classes are covering bike maintenance over the next few weeks.
Last Saturday, 13 June 2020 on a glorious Dunedin winter day the OBHS 1st XV had their first competitive hit-out post-lockdown against a strong Kaikorai Colts team at Bishopcourt.
The brotherhood is well and truly alive in form class AP6.
With our new partnership with Gilbert and Otago Sports Depot we now have added some items that are available to be purchased.
As part of our topic on Forces and Motion in Year 10 Science, 10H investigated the use of levers in class this week.
On Friday 3 July (the last day of term) the school will close for tuition at 1pm. This will allow staff to prepare and host Hostel Parent Interviews.
Otago Boys gained two good results on Wednesday night as both OBHS 1 and OBHS 2 picked up wins as the Dunedin Schools Debating competition restarted after a long hiatus.
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