The Spirit of Adventure, one of the great youth adventures in New Zealand is offering opportunities for three of our boys to take part in voyages over the summer holidays.
On Thursday evening several teams of our Year 9 and 10 boys took part in the Otago O'MAthalon at the Edgar Centre.
12/13 Outdoor Education went to Port Chalmers quarry on Wednesday to put their climbing skills to use.
The Under 15 Red Rugby team has had a season of learning this year on the rugby field. Losing by a big score in the first game the boys had two choices, give up or preserve.
This Saturday Otago Boys' High School 1st XV will take on Nelson College.
A capstone study in senior biology studies is tracking the changes in bone, muscle and behavioural adaptations of various hominid fossils discovered over time.
If you’ve been living under a rock your whole life, you might not know that you in fact go to an all-boys school.
Twenty five boys enjoyed fine weather and great snow conditions on the slopes of Coronet Peak last weekend.
The Balmacewen Lions Club have recently donated an AED (defibrillator) along with a cabinet to a number of secondary schools in Dunedin.
Nominations are invited for the election of one student representative to the board of trustees.
What a couple of months for James Gardner.
Manny Pohl one of our more recent Old Boys' (2015) currently studying at the University of Canterbury was selected by UC to be one of their UCMe student profiles.
Ken Rust reckons life is about the three Gs from here on out - ''golf, gardening and grandkids''.
As we headed off for the Outdoor Education Ski trip on the morning of Sunday, the 17th of August, all 28 of the boys were fizzing.
This term the students have been looking at sustainable food practices. This has covered a range of practices, including using leftovers, preserving and seasonal local food, which included a visit to ...
World Wednesday was celebrated during lunchtime in the library this week.
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