After a years hiatus, due to the Covid-19 lockdown, the Year 13 PE Triathlon was back at Aramoana.
Recently I have been given the opportunity to head out to a building site every Friday in the hope to gain some experience and knowledge of the building industry.
On Wednesday evening we were able to finally celebrate the academic success of our students in 2020.
The final year 10 camp for term 1 departed on Friday 26th March. Eighteen excited young men, 5 senior leaders plus 4 staff all determined to fit as much as possible into a week with a forecast promisi...
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
Poppies will be on sale at school from Monday 12 April. If students would like a poppy, they will need to bring a gold coin donation. The annual school ANZAC service for students will be held on 16 Ap...
The PTA are going to be making their famous cheese rolls!
The big question the Year 11 Geography class has been asking the residents of Dunedin is: Does street art encourage people to interact with an urban environment?
Volts limited-overs specialist Josh Finnie was named Dunedin club cricketer of the year at the awards ceremony at the University of Otago Oval.
The volleyball boys travelled to Palmerston North to compete in the National Volleyball Championships last week.
Noa'ia, Mauri, Ni Sa Bula Vinaka, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Tlofa, Kia orana, Ml e lelei, Ml n, Talofa lava, Tn koutou katoa and warm Pacific greetings to you all.
Last week I was honoured with the opportunity to experience camp for the second time. My first time being in Year 9 and now coming back as a Year 13 helper.
This term in Social Studies 9O and 9Y have been studying GIS (Geographic Information Systems).
Last week our softball team competed in the South Island Div 2 Tournament in Alexandra.
At last weekends Tennis Otago prize giving the following OBHS players were recognised with awards.
Every year in late March, the NZSSRA (NZ Secondary Schools Rowing Association) holds a National Championship Regatta for secondary school rowing crews known as Maadi.
At Warrington Primary school I learned that perseverance is typically considered as the continued effort to do or achieve something despite difficulties, failure, or opposition.
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