We have had a busy but very productive start to the term. The boys have come back from the holidays in good spirits and the in-weekend was a good chance for them to rekindle friendships.
The Otago Short Course Championships were held at Moana Pool over the weekend.
Every boy is a member of a vertical form class based on their house. This means you are in a house group of Year 9-13 boys.
The Senior Leadership team led by the Rector, manage the day to day running of the school.
I extend a warm welcome to all new students and thank you for making this your school of choice.
Fifteen students did not get to sleep in on Sunday - instead, they got to go shark hunting!
Motoki Tanaka has gained the highest award in Scouting.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
A terrific start to Term 3 for the school this week. The boys have returned to school well rested and ready to tackle the challenges this academic term will bring.
The school has received a letter of thanks for the schools contribution to the Presbyterian Support Family Works Food Bank.
A squad of 8 boys headed to Invercargill for the South Island Secondary Schools Clay Target event in the first weekend of the holidays.
The annual winter interschool between Otago Boys' and Waitaki Boys' was held in Dunedin on Thursday.
At the full school assembly, which was held on Monday morning, Mr Hall announced the Students of the Term for Term 2.
The annual winter interschool fixture with Waitaki Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Thursday 25 July.
The annual summer interschool fixture with Waitaki Boys' High School will be held in Oamaru on Wednesday 24 February.
In the first weekend of the school holidays we had a small team go to the South Island Road Cycling Championships, in Christchurch. This event comprised of an individual time trial and a road race the...
Otago Boys’ returned to Canberra for another Kanga Cup. This event is the largest international youth football tournament in the Southern Hemisphere, with over 350 teams participating.
Sportsman, teacher enriched many lives. If the ball was not going to hit the stumps then Wayne Blair would do his very best to smash it.
As I write this 9S are in the last hour of their Social Science exam. I would be lying if we said the room was buzzing with industry, but to their credit they have made a good fist of their first exam...
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