Ever wondered why almost every kid in Canada wants to be a hockey player? Ever thought about giving it a go yourself?
Another financial year has ended with another close to break even result for the Foundation.
Year 12 student, Andrew Medlicott, was recently named in the New Zealand Overwatch team to compete in the World Cup this year.
The door shed its skin as it swung. Fragile flakes of black peeled off in its wake and fell to the floor, resting on the dry, withered wooden planks.
The countdown is on to the opening of our combined OBHS/OGHS 2017 production of Disney's High School Musical.
The Summer Blues Assembly which was held this week acknowledged the achievements of our young men who have excelled in their sporting endeavours this year.
Congratulations to the following Old Boys' who were awarded 2017 Queen's Birthday Honours.
The Otago Secondary Schools Cross Country has been held at Kaikorai Valley College in very heavy and wet conditions.
It's been a busy week in the library with Year 9 & 10 Social Studies classes.
This past lunchtime saw the OBHS Debate Club shouted a deserved pizza lunch by Mr Tagg.
The school needs someone to research and compile reports on our historial school buildings and events.
Last week for orders!
As part of our Waves and Light module, 9Y dissected a cows eye to see all the mechanisms held within. Another awesome learning experience in Science!
This weekend, OBHS Year 11 student, Jack Fisher, is competing in the New Zealand Gold Guitars Awards in Gore.
Year 13 student Louie Cheng (Saxophonist) along with OGHS students Sarah De Vries (Clarinetist) and Lucy Pollock (Pianist) have formed a chamber group called the Saintly Sound.
Professor Gregory Cook MSc PhD(Waik) FRSNZfrom the department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Otago, gave a lively address this morning to a large group of budding social scientist...
The OBHS and OGHS students have been putting in the hours in preparation for the upcoming Big Sing competition.
We are looking for new host families for the growing number of international students at our school.
Teremoana Hamblin, Nicolas Sinnott, Keegan Harrison and Te Ngaru Wehi are pictured earnestly debating points of law with students from Queen's High School and Kavanagh College at Otago University's Te...
When it comes to an upcoming internal, exam, test, or sporting game the best thing you can do is prepare well. Preparing well sets you up for the best possible result or outcome.
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