We are EduCard NZ, five Year 13 lads passionate about helping to educate the public about essential kiwi trivia. We have brought the business back for another year with a completely redesigned game.
It’s almost school holidays, so keep the whole family entertained with the Entertainment Book APP.
If you haven’t had one before, this is a great APP with heaps of discounts at local restaurants, cafes, retail outlets, accommodation, car rentals, and tourist attractions.
Talofa Lava, Today Sunday the 24th of May marks the beginning of Samoan Language week (SLW) it is the second instalment of pacific Island language weeks for 2020.
It is a tradition at Otago Boys' High School that senior assemblies finish with the reading from the Book of Remembrance.
The OBHS Esports club has started up and has been active during Level 2.
Each week one of our prefects present their "Last Word" at senior assembly.
In a tight quarterfinal, debating went down to a strong Auckland team in the National Online Schools’ Debating Competition on Monday night.
The boys in 9S English were set the task of describing a mysterious character. Enjoy Thomas Visser's work below.
With the interruption to the school calendar due to Covid 19 and the uncertainty of how things are looking in the future, we have had to make amendments to our winter interschools.
Thank you to everyone for registering expressions of interest for winter sport.
The OBHS Parents Association are holding a sale of second hand uniform outside the sports office at interval and lunchtime on Tuesday 26 May.
The Education Perfect World Series is an annual series of online competitions where students earn points across several subject areas including Languages.
Year 9 Drama students; Luke Woo, Ashton Carraher, and Josh Dickinson show how social distancing is done at OBHS!
Congratulations to the Otago Boys' High School orienteering team who have won the 2020 Dunedin Orienteering School Series trophy for best Boy's Secondary School.
You can now access all upcoming internal assessment deadlines for NCEA Level 1 to 3 at portal.obhs.school.nz
There is a lot of important information in this weeks newsletter regarding returning to school and moving forward at Alert Level 2.
Below is a link from the Ministry of Education providing practical information about education for parents and carers.
The Prefects have a message for all students before we return to school on Monday.
As the country has moved to Alert Level 2, OBHS will be open to students in Years 9-13 from Monday 18 May.
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