We welcome our new and returning students and wish them well for the coming year.
Summer sport registration is now closed. We are unable to accept any late registrations.
On Tuesday 2 February 2021 the Otago Boys High School 1st XI played their first traditional fixture of the year against an invitational Old Boys XI in a 40 Over fixture on Littlebourne.
It was fantastic to see Year 11 student Isaac Adams selected in the NZ Maori U16 South squad for the Mori Football Aotearoa NORTH vs SOUTH football series.
Form class photos will be taken on Wednesday 10 February.
Boys are not famous for looking after their stuff.
The Year 9 Meet the Teacher evening will be held on Thursday, 18 February.
We would like to welcome our new staff to the Otago Boys' High School community.
Donations of plants and baking.
On 21 February we are going to hold our School Garage Sale (this replaces the Fair of 2020) and we need help from our school community to run/manage the stalls.
We are now on our third attempt to hold our school fair that has been downscaled to a Garage Sale.
The Mori Education Trust 2021 Scholarship Programme is open and offers scholarships to Mori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarships criteria.
Over the last four days of the holidays, Teddy Finnie-Waters (Year 11) and I went to Auckland to do our first workshop with New Zealand Secondary Schools Choir.
Year 10 student Brock Stewart had an exciting start to the year.
Over the past weekend the rowing team attended the South Island Rowing Club Championships at Lake Ruataniwha in Twizel.
As a school we use social media as a way of communicating important information to our school community in a timely manner.
'Above the City' is a history of Otago Boys' High School that was published in 2013 to mark the school's 150th anniversary.
The 2021 Crest Clean Old Boys' Golf tournament will be teeing off on Friday 19th March 2021 at Balmacewen Golf Course, and will be a must attend event for all golf playing supporters of the school.
This year, ALL STUDENTS at Otago Boys' High School will need to bring along a device to school every day as an integral part of their learning.
Our reliable, well looked after and faithful school Kodiak quad bike of 15+ years has finally succumbed to wear and tear and alas will never tow a trailer around our school again! It is off to quad bi...
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