The conditions were perfect on Wednesday morning for a House Singing Competition in our outdoor theatre.
Tobias joined us in Term 1 this year from Abensberg near Regensburg in Germany. He is leaving at the end of this term to go back home and has been a remarkable international student.
The Harry Potter Quiz held in the library on Wednesday was written by Year 11 student Russell Nicholson especially for our no. 1 Harry Potter Mastermind, teacher Konrad Hanson.
Last month OBHS had the pleasure of hosting renowned sports journalist, Arnaud Beurdeley, who was in town following the French rugby team during their test series with the All Blacks.
Today, I thought I would talk about evolution and not quite in the way that we evolved from apes.
This weeks artist of the week is Year 13 student Yu-Chen Liu.
The annual winter interschool between Otago Boys' High School and Christchurch Boys' High School was played in Christchurch today.
Please read below for details regarding this weeks training's and the draw for this weekend.
On Saturday the 23rd of June, Daniel Visser and Aaron Nelson competed in the Otago Regional ROBOcup.
Each senior student pays an annual fee when undertaking NCEA. The account of each senior student has been charged $76.70.
At a recent school assembly old boy Stephen Anderson was our guest speaker.
This week in assembly, old boy Steve Anderson (1974-78) spoke to the boys about the concept of their personal brand.
The 2018 OBHS Leavers' Jerseys, Hoodies and Ties for Year 13 students are now available to order.
Year 10 Technology students are testing their rocket prototypes to carry an egg safely as far as possible.
Winter hits us all pretty hard. Cold mornings, darker days and the drudge of assessments might be challenging you and your son to stay motivated about future goals. One way we can look after our commu...
This book is available for purchase from the school office for $60
In Junior Assembly this week we celebrated recent successes in activities outside of the classroom. Some outstanding efforts across a wide range of endeavours.
At this week’s Junior Assembly our teachers gave a shout out to two young men who are finishing their terms on a positive and strong note.
Last week in our Senior Assembly one of our staff-members, Mr Stewart Tagg shared his experiences with alcohol, as an old boy of this school and also as a young man growing up in Dunedin. Mr Tagg shar...
I was originally born in Scotland. This is my home country and where I spent my first 8 years of my life. This is something that I cannot be more proud of.
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