Nidd Realty is excited to announce the first 2016 grant in the Nidd Realty Youth Innovation Fund.
The long-time golf writer at the Otago Daily Times, was made a life member of Golf Otago.
We acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys of the school
The annual Logan Park Road Race was held on Tuesday 10th May.
Look after your mates. This was an idea that was often a trademark in addresses from the ex-Deputy Rector of Otago Boys, Dougal McGowan.
A few months before I was getting on a plane to Auckland, my Dad told me about his time on the Spirit of Adventure (the ship before the Spirit of New Zealand) and told me what a cool and great experie...
It has been an absolute privilege to be part of the governance of a school that offers such a unique combination of academic challenge, sporting endeavour, cultural richness and tradition.
While we follow the progress of the Otago Boys old boy Hamish Bond the NZ Sevens and Valarie Adams road to Rio. One of our community is part of this Olympic qualifying dream.
Next Monday, 16 May, 7pm school library: Information evening for senior Sydney trip, September 2016 and proposed tour of India, September 2017.
Wattie Thomas remembers the war at the Rowena Jackson Anzac Day service.
Students travelled with Mr Twaites to Otakou Marae last week to attend the Science Wananga which was held over three days.
A battle of Whovians took place in the library last Friday in our Doctor Who Quiz.
Year 12 student Ewan Syme is one step closer to reaching his dream to race at the Olympics!
Congratulations to Mile Nafatali and Lloyd McGee who have been selected in the NZ Junior Mens Development team who will travel to Australia in September.
During the week the Year 9 classes, as part of our introduction to OBHS and its surrounds unit visited Toitu Otago Settlers Museum.
The start of a new term, starts the new school theme. This terms theme for our school is courage and honour and this is what I will be talking to you about today.
The Rector Richard Hall addresses the students during the Summer Blues Assembly this week.
The team of eight OBHS boys, fourteen Cashmere High students and three teachers have returned 20 days after leaving for the trip to NASAs Space Camp at Huntsville aka Rocket City.
During the holidays Year 13 student Flynn Meyer supported the Parafed Otago Athletes by assisting at the Junior Disability Games in Cambridge. Well done Flynn on your continuing support and work in th...
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