The first summer inter school fixture for the summer was held at the beginning of the week in Timaru.
Today the 2019 prefects were announced. As prefects we find ourselves with a great opportunity to lead and set a good example in all areas of school life.
Each week at senior assembly one of our Prefect's present their "Last Word". We would like to share these with the school community.
Respect Others, Be Courageous, Train your Mind & Body and Never Give Up!
This week's senior assembly was focused on recognising the 2018 scholarship winners and awarding badges and ties to the 2019 Prefects.
Our 29 year 9 hostel boys set off to Mt Aspiring Lodge last weekend. Heading away straight after the athletic sports on Thursday made for a long tiring day, as it was after dark by the time we were al...
Surfing started on Tuesday with a great bunch of students all battling some very difficult conditions, with a high tide, an onshore wind and generally uncooperative waves.
The following is the schedule for cricket practices week commencing Monday 11 February.
Earlier this week Isobel MacLeod passed away peacefully surrounded by her family in Brisbane hospital.
Three OBHS students are officiating at the New Zealand Bunnings Junior Nationals being held in Rotorua Feb 8-10th: Logan Whitty, Ben Masterton and Mitchell Lee.
Due to unprecedented demand, we are seeking additional builders and electricians from our school community to support students in placement as part of their 2019 Gateway Program.
It was a day of warmish weather, fantastic house colours and records tumbling.
Tuesday 5th February was our first Blues assembly for 2019, recognising Academic excellence and dedication.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Blake May on his successful audition for a place in the City Choir Dunedin. A well-deserved achievement for our young tenor.
This week the school received the following correspondence from a member of the public. Congratulations Junior, you have done yourself, your family and your school proud!
The rowing team have been training hard since mid January and are now in the final 6 weeks of their season.
Our Pasifika students held their first shared lunch for the year in the Shand on Tuesday.
The first weekend in the hostel was a busy one with the boys doing a variety of activities in what was a compulsory in-weekend, one of only two for the year.
These are available via a link for you to download.
Tell us about the activities and successes your son has been involved in so that as a community we can celebrate with them.
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