Old Boy Tom Mottershead became the first person to graduate from university with a new bachelor of arts and science degree, which aims to break down barriers between arts and science.
He'd been our own Old Soldier for so long that the death of Wattie Thomas, at the age of 101 years, came as something of shock.
Last Saturday, at Bishopscourt, our OBHS 1st Touch Team, ably led by Jordan Hand and Sam Rowe competed at the Otago Secondary Schools competition.
Time has flown by for Black Sticks forward Hugo Inglis but the southern man has no plans to slow down any time soon.
As he approaches his 100th birthday, former Dunedin Presbyterian minister and controversial theologian Sir Lloyd Geering is writing another book.
Our Senior Volleyball team were up in Christchurch over the weekend competing in the Mainlands Tournament (South Islands).
On Tuesday's senior assembly we acknowledged our 2017 NCEA Scholarship recipients.
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In assembly this week I covered a difficult and confronting topic.
A reminder that our Fees Day is next Thursday 22 March.
Last week at the hostel formal dinner the 2018 School House Prefects were presented with their prefect badges.
417 days. or 600,000 thousand minutes.
School House keeps itself busy on the weekend
On Thursday at formal dinner the 2018 School House prefects were presented with their prefect badges.
This morning, our school houses presented their leaders at their respective house assemblies, comprising school prefects, form leaders, a deputy and leader of house too.
The first iteration of Challenge Schools Triathlon was a huge success.
The first full academic week of the year has passed. Yesterday also saw the publication of the first Interim Report for the year.
This week OBHS defeated John McGlashan College 6 - nil to win the Otago Secondary Schools Regional Tennis final. Otago Boys' will now progress to the South Island finals which will be held in Timaru l...
On Sunday the Zorb Ball arrived at Littlebourne, much to the delight of the hostel boys.
Last week a group of staff and students met with Mr Peter Christophers, The Principle Consent Officer at the ORC, who is an old boy who shared with us his memories of 4th form camp and winter ski trip...
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