Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted.
After weeks of preparation, each house performed well at the annual School Song House Competition.
The Year 12 painting students are producing some beautiful work as they develop their ideas and progress with their art folios.
The senior school exams begin on Wednesday, 21st September and by now preparations and study should be well under way.
The OBHS Rowing Club are looking for a driver to transport rowers from the boarding hostel to the rowing shed (Magnet Street) up to five mornings a week in Term 4.
Registration for summer sports close today, Friday, 16 September. Payment for these must be received by Friday, 7 October.
Last Tuesday, September 6th, Max Napier, Ms Moore and myself travelled to Auckland to represent OBHS at the National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge final after winning the Otago/Southland/Westco...
The raffle has been drawn.
Dates have been set for the two Year 10 classes who missed out on their camp to Mt Aspiring during Term 1.
Wednesday, 14 September, is our course information evening for students who will be in Years 11 to 13 in 2023.
Theo Smith, Rohan Leckie-Zaharic (both Year 13) and Flynn MacGill-Brown (Year 10) at Otago Boys' High School competed at the Diving New Zealand South Island Championships during the last weekend in Au...
Fowler Homes Otago is again holding our annual golf tournament. All funds raised will be donated to Otago Boys' High School Sports Council.
Eleven boys travelled to Central Otago last weekend to compete across two separate competitions.
On Wednesday evening Angus Henderson and Matt Pyper generously gave up two hours of their time to run the Statistics Scholarship session that our Year 12 boys have been attending every week since the ...
Spring league and secondary schools competition.
The Food and Nutrition department would appreciate ice cream containers with lids and brown paper bags.
Last week was an important one on the sporting calendar. Tournaments were held throughout the country.
Last Friday, James Howard and James Gardner competed in the Otago/Southland Road Cycling Champs.
The Otago Daily Times Class Act initiative identifies and celebrates the excellence of young people in our province.
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