Creative writing by Year 11 student Thomas Ryan.
We acknowledge the recent passing of the following old boys of the school.
This week the three Year 12 Biology classes set off down to the peninsula to visit the Marine Sciences lab at Portobello.
Old Boy Sam Timmins stopped by for a chat at school on Wednesday. He had time to catch up with a few of the new crop of basketballers in the school.
Creative writing from Year 11 student Harry Hansen
9S grapple with the eternal question... just what percentage of a parsnip is sugar? As part of their class work, these students used a variety of experiments and data analysis to find the answer to th...
This Sunday our Senior A Volleyball team will travel to Palmerston North to compete in the 2017 Volleyball National Championships.
Year 9 student Oli Colloty will spend 3 nights in Masterton during the upcoming school holidays.
This week our squad of Junior Debaters kicked into the DSS Debate Competition properly! Previous weeks have seen our boys involved in practice rounds but now it's the real deal. Good luck boys!
This group is tasked with the governance of your school. Their role is very specific, to chart the current and future direction of the school.In this way the Foundations mission is similar.
For the sixth time in the last seven years the OBHS First XI has won the Otago/Southland title to qualify for the NZ Finals to be held in December.
Hey everyone. I have been uming and ahing about what I could talk about with this last word. I thought I might talk about something inspirational maybe finish with a quote of some sort? Im only joking...
Four senior pupils competed in the New Zealand Track and Field Championships in Hamilton from 17-19 March with great success. They enjoyed competing beside some of New Zealands best athletes - Eliza M...
10B returned from camp last Friday. Michael and Eli tell us about their week.
Another strong week at Otago Boys' High School.
The winners have been announced!
Funding is available through the Ngai Tahu Learner Support Fund to enable Ngai Tahu Whanau to access personalized tuition to support their tamariki and help further their progress at school.
Anniversary weekend could be considered a welcome respite for the boys to recharge their batteries.
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