Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
This week, the Rector received the following message.
Last week was 10Ts turn to take on the challenges offered at the OBHS Mt Aspiring camp.
Stormy skies hit us at the start of this week and no doubt many of you returned home to recycling and rubbish bins that had been strewn all over the streets, leaving a big clean-up job.
I'm going to start with a quote. 'Here I am having a good time, riding the waves with my friends, not caring about who wins or loses but just surfing. Good old fashioned fun.' Cody Maverick, Surfs Up.
Welcome to the Week 7 Newsletter
This year some of the boys in the Year 13 Woodwork class will be making relocatable sheds for sale to the public.
My name is Ben Turnbull and I along with other Year 13 student leaders will be running academic tutorials during lunchtime on Thursdays in Room 102.
On Wednesday evening, the Pasifika cohort had its first fono for the year.
Last weekend, the Otago Secondary Schools Athletics Champs were held at the Caledonian Ground in perfect sunny conditions.
At lunchtime on Wednesday, the OBHS Prefects donned the St Hilda's netball dresses and competed in a fierce competition against the St Hilda's Prefects.
Registration for winter sports close on Sunday, 26 March.
We spent 6 very pleasant days in the Matukituki Valley.
The SISS regatta was another outstanding success for OBHS rowers, despite some challenging rowing conditions on Sunday.
Mistakes. I know them very well, me being one myself.
The annual summer interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Southland Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Tuesday, 21 and Wednesday, 22 March.
This year's match between the school and Roslyn Wakari Football Club was held on Sunday, 12 March.
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