Last Friday 10B students Thomas Cargill, Cormac De La Harpe, Shaun Hasler and William Munro headed down to Otago Museum to compete in the ODT Quiz Grand Final.
Time to think about purchasing your 2023 school stationery?
The Parents Association will be holding uniform sales on Thursday, 19th January and Wednesday, 25th January from 5.30pm until 6.30pm.
Last weekend, Year 11 student Ty Gaspar represented Otago at the 1/8th Nitro Off Road South Island Championships.
Round 4 - Match of the day.
Language is all about communication and in Year 10, boys in the French and German classes take the step from receptive processing of spoken and written language to guided production of their own langu...
The truffles are about to be made, so don't forget to collect your order.
The School Haka took approximately 18 months to develop and complete. It has evolved over the past 100 years and different generations have added something to it.
We cater for all the needs of our young men in many ways.
It is fun and rewarding to improve, whether in sports, music or cultural experiences.
Don't get lost. Use the map to guide you around the school. If you do get stuck just ask someone for directions, or head to the school office and they will help you.
The current school song ‘Follow Up Otago High’ was written in 1909 by Miss Kathleen Park, daughter of A.J. Park (1870-1872), a former Dux.
The OBHS Lodge situated in the Matukituki Valley, Mt Aspiring National Park, is the jewel in our crown.
Each course provides the opportunity for existing and future players to improve their skills in a curriculum based programme in their chosen sport.
All of you have a uniform which you should be proud to be wearing. At Year 9 level the Dean takes special note of how the uniform is worn and the pride with which it is worn. It is important all items...
Otago Boys’ High School is a Year 9-13 secondary school for boys. It was established in 1863. Today there are over 800 students, including approximately 140 hostel boys and a small number of internati...
There are four Houses at OBHS, each named after a famous ‘Old Boy’.
The Senior Leadership team led by the Rector, manage the day to day running of the school.
Each House has an appointed Dean to oversee the pastoral care of every student.
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