This week we would like to introduce the staff in our sports department.
Otago Boys' High School Rowing Club attended the SI Meridian Junior Regatta 26th 27th February and had an awesome weekend with some great results.
10B have returned from their week at Mt Aspiring.
We are about to start our enrolment process for 2023, with School House visits starting Tuesday, 15 March - Wednesday, 23 March.
With very few events happening amid covid restrictions it was great to see the Oamaru Multisport Club, supported by Triathlon NZ, go ahead with their South Island Secondary Schools Championships last ...
Most people miss great opportunities, because of their misperception of time. Dont wait! The time will never be Just Right.
We would like to make our community aware that a former Otago Boys High School teacher, Mr David Bond, has recently pleaded guilty to 20 charges relating to historic offences against students of the s...
We are experiencing an increase in students that have tested positive for COVID-19 or who are isolating as household contacts.
Welcome to the latest School House Newsletter
It is always heartening to hear praise from parents for our boys, especially when that praise comes from a parent at another school!
Are you looking to grow your leadership and governance experience, develop real transferable skills, and be part of sports opportunities in Dunedin?
This week's Phoenix awards for McIndoe House go to Phoenix Wardell-Mao and Daniel Hayman.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted.
This morning we celebrated the academic success of our students in 2021.
The Otago Boys High School Parents' Association Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday,17th March at 7pm.
Otago Boys' has two counsellors, Mr Rob Wither and Mr James Howey.
Last weekend two of our Year 13 boys, James Gardner and James Howard, competed at the Cycling NZ National Mountain Biking Championships.
The challenge was to write a short story of no more than 100 words.
Kia ora koutou, as we start to see a rise in cases both of students and our wider community the government have changed the requirements regarding close contact tracing.
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