Last week Max Gray, one of our Year 13 students spoke to boys at House Assembly about an issue he had spotted in the bush surrounding the school.
Last Saturday the annual Otago/Southland Chess Championships were held with a record 15 teams from throughout the region competing.
The three Outdoor Education classes began rock climbing this week, where they will reflect on the safety practices as part of an assessment task.
Otago Boys' and Otago Girls' School Councils organised a Quiz Night, which was held last night at the Otago Girls' hall.
Talented students in Year 10 - Year 12 who are passionate about learning Biology or may be interested in a career in Health Sciences are invited to join the NZIBO learning program.
Lockdown has been a strange but memorable experience that was full of surprises because who would have predicted that toilet paper would be so popular in a time like this.
A massive thank you to the PTA for providing funds to purchase a telescope to support our students learning about Earth and Space Science, particularly astronomy.
The annual winter interschool fixture with Timaru Boys' High School will be held in Timaru on Tuesday 4 August.
He reeled up the massive nets. Hundreds of fish helplessly writhed and shook, faces expressionless as they were dumped onto the wooden floor of the trawler.
The final collection of pre-loved goods for the school fair that was to be held this Sunday has been cancelled.
After a four-month hiatus the Mitchell Cup burst into life again on the weekend with basketball, rowing and a quiz.
After a four month hiatus the Mitchell Cup burst into life again on the weekend with basketball, rowing and a quiz.
What does one say for Their Last Word to a room full of teenage boys?
Since returning to school from the lockdown, we have experienced an increase in vaping at school.
Term 3 has started out on the right foot for Otago Boys' High School. The prefect team were once again challenged by John McGlashan College to a dodgeball rematch which was held in our school gym this...
As ex- American President Barack Obama said, "perseverance leads to the idea of making your mark."
A massive thank you to Mitre 10 for their generosity. The new fence around the sustainability project area looks awesome!
Get your team together and register/pay at the school office.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
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