Last week a group of our Year 11 and 12 students attended the Rangatahi o Te Moana programme for 5 days at tkou Marae.
The Year 9 Blue team made this years final after an unbeaten run through the round robin competition on a Wednesday afternoon.
A group of our Pasifika students attended the third installment of the Dare to Succeed programme last Friday.
Our Pasifika Cultural Group (Tama Ole Aisa) had a well deserved break from rehearsals at lunch time on Thursday to partake in a fundraiser to help OGHS raise funds for their Pasifika group.
Congratulations to OBHS 1st XI Football team who defeated Kavanagh College 1st XI 3 1 in the final of the Dunedin Secondary Schools competition held at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday.
The parent as the 'police'.
I guess the best way to start is to provide context and a bit of overview about why I was in America. I play a competitive computer game called Overwatch semi professionally. Overwatch is a game in wh...
Otago Boys' High School Athletics team have the potential to medal at the National Secondary Athletics Championships in Hastings at the end of the year.
Congratulations to Year 13 student Nicholas Pryde who competed at the 2017 South Island Swimming Championships held in Blenheim last weekend.
Too often we focus on the content, and ignore the skills.
Rob Knight who is a joint recipient of this prestigious prize.
Please read the following Obituary for Roy who passed away 20th July.
Bradley is hosted by Laser Plumbing for his Gateway placement.
A group of 29 students across all year levels enjoyed the slippery slopes of Coronet Peak at the weekend. An ominous weather forecast never actually eventuated and we were able to enjoy two full days ...
The OBHS Ice Hockey team won Division B of the Otago Secondary Schools Ice Hockey Competition last Wednesday.
This week has seen teams of three go head to head in the annual OBHS Debate Competition. The arguments have been fierce in the first round and the rebuttal tenacious too as our boys have battled their...
Spring is in the air and boys still play. In fact spring lambs is an apt analogy.
The library was buzzing with wonderful words and superb syntax during our annual lunchtime Poetry Slam to celebrate National Poetry Day.
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