Last weekend I had the honour of representing New Zealand at the FISAF (Federation of International Sport Aerobics and Fitness) Pacific Open in Melbourne.
Matthew Bolter and Jake Owen put their hands up to participate in the New Zealand Secondary Schools Cross Country after an extremely dominant local season this year, winning every senior event they pa...
During last weekend, the South Island Badminton Cup was competed for over Saturday and Sunday at Badminton Hall here in Dunedin.
Last week we celebrated Schools Pride Week along with other schools across the country.
Otago Boys' High School will host Christchurch Boys' High School for the annual winter interschool fixture on 26 and 27 June.
Ultimate is a fun, spirited, fast paced game.
This week, our choirs returned to the town hall for the 2023 Big Sing choral competition.
Yesterday, the Senior Te Ao Haka and Maori class supported by a number from the Junior class attended the Southern Regional Manu Kōrero Competition held here in Dunedin in the Town Hall.
It was a fantastic night for OBHS at the Otago Sports Awards last Friday, 9 June. Many OBHS students and old boys were acknowledged throughout the night.
This week a selection of our Year 10 and 11 students completed the first round of NCEA corequisite exams for both literacy and numeracy as part of the Level One NCEA Change Programme scheduled for ful...
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
The Library has a large amount of overdue books.
We would ask you to make yourself familiar with, and act in accordance with our Code of Conduct.
10DMS have spent much of the last 2 terms in Media Studies developing a superhero character.
The winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Christ's College was held in Christchurch on Tuesday, 13 June.
Our intercollegiate clay target shooters competed at the Dunedin Clay Target Club on Sunday, June 11 in chilly low light conditions.
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Dunedin turned on another stunning day on Thursday 8 June, albeit a touch on the chilly side, for the Otago Champs at Kaikorai Valley College.
Year 9 Art students from Terms 1 and 2 have been exploring drawing and print-making techniques with their self-portraits and animal drawings.
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