Industry. Like perseverance, industry is an important criteria for a healthy man. Those who are industrious are not, in my mind, tied to drudgery, rather they are freed by the commitment to the task. ...
The last five years between these walls have been some of the best years of my life. But one thing I have been noticing recently, is the contrast between myself as a fresh faced year nine, and now the...
OBHS Student Council are selling badges of the school House crests.
Students thinking about further study after they leave school have a lot of decisions to make.
Year 10 student Samuel Thompson struck it big at the Regional Semi Final of the Great NZ Spelling Bee and won a trip for him and a member of his family to Auckland to compete in the National Final.
There is only 1 more day to make payment for your sons NCEA fees.
Congratulations to Cam Scott, Max Chu, Kasam Ali and Louis Peyroux who were members of the Otago Under 19 Futsal team and played in the 2016 Futsal Youth Nationals in Palmerston North during the schoo...
With the cold winter weather settling in the library has been a hive of activity during interval and lunch breaks.
Following recent elections, the new Board of Trustees met for the first time early last month.
Welcome to Term 3 and the business end of the year. Most of you will have finished the majority of your internals and are studying for the practice exams, which start in 31 school days. This means tha...
Year 13 student Jason Wu is currently undertaking a Hospitality course at the Otago Polytechnic.
Congratulations to Hamish and Hunter Walker who competed in the New Zealand National Curling Championship held in Naseby at the beginning of July.
On Monday the school took delivery of the latest model of a New Zealand made rowing eight manufactured by SLR Racing of Napier. All nice in bubble wrap!
Even in winter the exotic produce flows from the school greenhouse. Flynn picks Kaffir lime leaves for his latest recipe. Horticultural science meets catering, the taste of science!
The annual winter interschool fixture with Waitaki Boys' High School was held in Oamaru on Wednesday 27 July. The results are as follows:
Several of our students represented Otago at the national age-group basketball championships throughout the holidays.
Year 10 student Karamuu Taratoa- Bannister took part in the Southern Regional Surf Pool Championships held at Moana Pool on the 16th and 17th of July, competing in eight events.
Welcome back to term 3. I hope that you had a refreshing break. In that break I trust you have had a chance to recharge the batteries and that you are ready for what lies ahead. Some of your sons have...
The annual winter interschool fixture with Waitaki Boys' will be held in Oamaru on Wednesday 27 July. Following is the timetable of events.
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