On Wednesday 20 September we were privileged to host seven agents from the EDICM agency who are based in Tokyo.
Year 11 Art students have had to dig it in this week with a mere three weeks before the final twelve credit external examination finish line.
Ravensbourne Youth Yachting Trust
First comes blackness. After years, when nails are scarred, raw from boredom, hunger consumes the mind comes a pinprick of light. Just a speck, so small we turn away, continue listening to the complai...
Thanks to the generosity of Harraways and the School Council, students have been able to get a bowl of hot porridge for breakfast to start the day off well.
Congratulations to Year 9 students Jak Stevenson and Oliver Colloty who have been selected to attend a camp at the National Talent Centre (NTC) for football in Masterton over the holidays.
Year 11 student Dominic Fretton has been busy in Metal Work this year creating a Samoan inspired stool. He has etched his personal design into the wooden top and the legs represent the colours of the ...
Week one and Otago Boys High School are off to a flyer in the Otago Schools road cycling competition.
Bull Rush - Heck Yes!
This year the event, while still overseen by Otago Secondary Schools Sport, was run in conjunction with the Dunedin Triathlon Clubs Otago Duathlon Championships. While numbers were down on previous ye...
Join us on the shore during the school holiday. Discover the amazing marine animals and plants that live in the intertidal zone, and participate in a long-term monitoring programme looking at change o...
Parents! Your boys cant be happy all the time and thats OK!
When the time comes will you be ready?
This week we share some of the great photos student George Vare took of the OBHS and OGHS Kapa haka group Wairua Phou's performance at last weeks Polyfest. It was great to see these talented young per...
Year 12 student Keegan Henman represented Otago Boys' High at the EDICM Future School Speech Competition 2017 which was held on Sunday at Roncalli College in Timaru.
Resilience is a term used often. It appears in our school mission statement and it often passes the lips of our teachers and parents.
Beginning with just two juniors surrounded by intimidating seniors, Theatresports numbers grew slowly.
Old Boy and ex Dunedin Mayor Peter Chin, spoke in Senior assembly this morning regarding both his background and his connection to the school and community.
The Otago Secondary Schools Cycling Competition is about to begin.
Brent is an Old Boy 1971-75 who resided in the Hostel.
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