Like all of you, when I was little I had many aspirations of what I wanted to be when I grew up. At 4 it was a horse, at 5 it was a ninja turtle, at 7 it was batman, at 10 I thought I was going to be ...
The Hoops Army travel to Christchurch to support the 1st XV. Meanwhile, the hostel shooters enjoyed success in Central Otago.
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Good luck to our Under 15 Rugby team as they head to Auckland to participate in the annual national tournament.
Hi Year 9, 10 and 11 Parents and Students
It’s a competitive world out there.
The Wood Technology workshop has been a hive of activity this year with boys producing some spectacular projects.
The Artist of the Week for Week 6 of Term 3 is Year 10 student Eli Hill.
Last week saw the culmination of Friday and Saturday basketball for all of the school teams.
Our 1st XV put on a mighty performance last weekend to score three tries in eight minutes and set up a 26-7 win against the old rival Southland Boys’ in the Southern Region Top Four final at Littlebou...
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The School Council is pleased to introduce its latest fundraising enterprise for all current OBHS students - the classic old-style rugby jersey in the iconic OBHS 'Hoops'.
Congratulations to Nathan Hill and Sean Woo, the OBHS 2018 Class Act recipients.
This week at senior assembly two of our students were presented with National Blues in their respective sports.
We are a group of 7 Otago Boys' High School students competing in the Young Enterprise Scheme. We base our values around a greater good and the new changing business world.
A group of 28 students made the most of excellent conditions at Coronet Peak ski field at the weekend.
The Hoops Army was in fine voice on Saturday supporting the 1st XV in their win against traditional foes Southland Boys'.
This week, quite by chance, I came across a small pamphlet framed around Celia Lashlie's work with adolescent boys.
This week students were treated to a visit from Professor Tom Higham of Oxford University.
12/13 Outdoor Ed travelled to Coronet Peak to develop snow skills in order to be assessed against NCEA Level 3 standards.
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