Yesterday I attended the Class Act Awards. Our two recipients; Colby Allen and Jack Divers are both deserving of this accolade.
The school has received a letter from Dr Susan Jack, the Medical Officer of Health regarding the measles outbreak in the Southern District.
The Otago Boys’ Chess team competed in the annual South Island Championships which were held in Ashburton this week.
Last weekend OBHS had 3 students participating in the National Secondary Schools Weightlifting Championships which were held in Upper Hutt.
Mr Hall, our Rector received the following email from Nelson College following the 1st XV final which was held on Littlebourne last Saturday.
Congratulations to Colby Allen and Jack Divers, the OBHS 2019 Class Act recipients.
The OBHS golf team travelled up to Cromwell to compete in the annual Intercollegaite final which this year was held on the challenging Cromwell golf course.
Our team competed in the recent championships; acquitting themselves well.
On Sunday, Judah Nika and Sam Hughes had an early start as they did their pre-flight checklist for an adventure around Otago. Judah stayed and did aerial photography around Brighton while Sam went on ...
Congratulations to Year 11 student Judah Nika, who was awarded second place in the Dunedin Secondary School Poem Competition held recently.
After school on Friday, 11 members of the Clay Target Squad: Arden O'Donnell, Harry Brenssell, Henry Sim, Riley Thompson, George Taylor, Nick Sim, Ollie Nicholson, George Scurr, Will Scurr, Tom Scurr ...
Otago Boys' High School had the pleasure of hosting the South Island final of the 1st XV competition last Saturday. Below is an email received from the Chairman of the Otago Secondary Schools Rugby Co...
There were a few tears at the hostel on Saturday with the 1st XV missing out on the top four with a loss to Nelson College.
Congratulations to our Year 10 Blue footballers, on winning the Junior Premier grade of the Otago Secondary Schools competition on Wednesday.
On the 26th of August, I travelled up to Wellington after being chosen to represent Trinidad and Tobago at the 38th National Student Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).
St John is a charitable organisation providing healthcare services for all New Zealanders. But now it is our turn to help them.
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.
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