Don’t make promises you don’t keep and bets you don’t pay.
Next Thursday, when our Senior School meet with their form teachers for their Academic Coaching Day, our Junior School will be in the auditorium for their annual 'Resilience Day' as part of our school...
Term 3 has been a busy term for the students of Tama O le Aisa.
Applications were made available at this week’s Senior Subject Evening. If you would like your son to have this opportunity, then application forms are available from the student office at Otago Boys’...
The Artist of the Week for Week 8 of Term 3 is Year 13 student Alexander Grant.
On Tuesday, the schools of Otago came together for the 49th annual Otago Secondary Schools' Music Festival.
The football first’s travelled to compete in the Jim Wishart tournament in Nelson. The week started with a long drive through to Mapua Camping ground.
At the National Secondary Schools Badminton Tournament, the Otago Boys' team put in some amazing performances.
Otago Boys' fielded teams at both the South Island Junior Premiership and the South Island Senior Qualification Tournament. These were in Nelson and Invercargill respectively. This represented over 20...
Please click on the following link to view the new additions to the Library's collections.
Thank you for contacting the school when your son is absent.
Fairy lights cover the plaza, reflecting on the fountain with a vivid orange glow.
After winning the Otago schools championship and then defeating the Southland champions, Otago Boys’ qualified to play in the National finals in Palmerston North.
On Sunday 2nd of September, we all met at OBHS, pumped for what the week was going to bring us.
Netsafe has launched a new text support service for young people who need help with online challenges such as online bullying, shared nudes and more. The service is free and available seven days a wee...
Blink, and you might miss it. It is the critical seconds in our lives that matter. We all have significant moments that change our lives forever. Today I want to share with all of you some key events ...
Nominations for Mana Pounamu are now open. The awards are an opportunity to celebrate the achievement of rakatahi Māori in secondary schools across Otago.
The boys are all back from tournament week, and a sense of normality has returned to School House.
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