Thank you to everyone who has contacted the school about donating goods etc. or helping at the Fair in April.
Brotherhood - What actually is a brother?
In this weeks senior assembly we recognised over 100 students for their successes in NCEA and Scholarship examinations.
Recovery Room Physiotherapy runs a clinic at school from the Shand Building. Their three physios, Matt Carrington, Alex Gough and Thomas Wardhaugh are happy to treat all students.
Extension resources for Science, Mathematics are now available to purchase from the school office. PE/Health resources will be issued by your sons teacher.
We received this lovely note and overdue text book last week in the post from a parent who made the discovery among their son's possessions.
A positive school tone in the playground and in school activities has been a feature of this week at Otago Boys' High School.
Morning lads. To the Year 11s, welcome into the senior school. Year 12 and 13, welcome back. Today is an important day. It is the first of Otago Boys 2017 senior assemblys.
At the Caledonian sports ground on Wednesday, our students showed spirited competition which made the day a success for all students.
Clear your social calendar for our major fundraiser for the Indian/Sri Lankan tour.
This morning at senior assembly, Rector, Mr Hall announced this year's Prefects and presented them with their badge and tie.
The 2017 OBHS Athletics Day is being held at the Caledonian grounds tomorrow Wednesday 8 February.
Are you a budding volleyballer or are you wanting to try something new and exciting?
These will be taken on Thursday 9 February. Photos will be $10.00 to purchase and can be paid for at the school office by cash, cheque or eftpos. Please ensure your son is in full school uniform for h...
Congratulations to Year 11 student Grason Veitch who won the Woodville Grand Prix in Palmerston North last weekend.
With the winter sport season looming we would like you to consider the possibility of coaching or managing a winter sports team.
Congratulations to OBHS students Ayoub Ahmad, Zane Gray and Henry Dickson who competed and won their respective grades in the 2017 Otago Junior Tennis Open last weekend.
My mother and father have always had farming backgrounds and meet each other through rodeo, so naturally I was born straight into the sport.
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