On Saturday our 1st Touch team competed in the Otago Champs held at Bishopscourt. After giving King's an almighty fright in the first game, we eventually went down 8-7 in a thriller. A comfortable vic...
When you're an avid book reader it can be hard to understand how other people don't like reading. Many of us would like to read but struggle finding the time, but regardless of how often or not we rea...
Scholarship Statistics tutorials start with an investigation into international passenger arrivals at two of NZ Airports.
Year 9 student Thomas Hamilton has been selected by Sir Russell Coutts to compete at this year's Open Bic World Championships on Lake Garda, Italy from 31 July to 5 August.
A seesaw, yes the seesaw that sits in the playground that you would so happily run to from a distance back in your childhood days. Why have I brought up a seesaw?
This week Year 13 Biology students visited the Otago University Physiology Department where they learnt about homeostasis as part of their first internal. This field trip explored human respiratory ph...
The Otago Boys High School Parents Association Annual General Meeting will be held on the 16th March, at 7.00pm, in the school library.
A great start to the first term at the Hostel and the new boys have settled in very well.
April sees a rare return to Dunedin of one of our notable Old Boys and one of the city's favourite sons.
On Tuesday the annual summer interschool fixture between Otago Boys' and Waitaki Boys' was held in Oamaru.
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Are you a budding volleyballer or are you wanting to try something new and exciting?
Last week the OBHS top tennis team competed in the Otago qualifying tournament to represent Otago at the South Island Secondary Schools event which is to be held in Timaru in March.
A great couple of days to kick off the Mount Aspiring Camp season. The lodge celebrates 40 years on April 2nd and 10T has honoured this land with an enthusiastic start.
Year 13 student Cameron Miller competed in the U18 National Decathlon championships after turning 17 the day before the competition started.
Academically the school is in full swing. This week we have had, in the main, an uninterrupted academic week for most students. This means our classrooms, the core reason for our existence have been t...
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