From Year 9 your child can be seen by a private dentist, and yes, it’s still free until their 18th birthday.
Congratulations to the following students who completed the Reading challenge for term 2.
Morning boys. As I stand before you today, I ask that you think about the word “expectations”.
“All happiness depends on courage and work.” Honoré de Balzac.
For those who don't know, my name is Harry Devereux and I am a sports prefect this year.
We are now taking registrations for the Futsal Youth Nationals trials. The tournament runs from December 15-18 in Wellington.
The annual winter interschool fixture between OBHS and CBHS will be held on Tuesday, 5 July. Games are being played in Christchurch and Timaru.
The annual winter interschool fixture between OBHS and CBHS was held in Christchurch and Timaru on Tuesday, 5 July.
Dan the weatherman got it all wrong!
Recently Year 12 and 13 members of the 1st XV completed an “Introduction to Rugby Coaching” course with the help of the Learning Place.
On Thursday this week, our Year 9 and 10 students were fortunate to be involved in a special assembly run by the New Zealand Police.
The OBHS under 15 rugby team is fundraising, and you do not want to miss out!
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted.
I would like to start my message this week by thanking the staff here at Otago Boys'.
On the last day of the option for French, Year 9 students feasted on some typical French food.
Over the Matariki long weekend the OBHS 1 badminton team travelled to Christchurch to play in the South Island Secondary School tournament.
The University of Otago Dunedin Information Evening is being held on Thursday, 7 July.
Food and Nutrition Level 2/3 combined class started the day at McDonald's to look at how some of the practices used by McDonald's influence food choice and eating patterns. The Level 3 students are cu...
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