Science Wānanga 2017 was another fantastic learning experience for our young men.
The expectations of the media and the difficulties of parenting were highlighted in the media today.
Year 10 Food and Nutrition students have made Sushi this week.
The Dunedin Triathlon Club have just appointed a Youth Development Officer. Her name is Annelies Inghelbrecht. In her role, Annelies is aiming to increase youth, particularly secondary school age, pa...
Monday Night Racing continues to be popular with in excess of 70 riders, on some nights, contesting the six categories out on the Taieri plains.
Lessons learnt and adventures shared were the outcomes of the first International student's Lodge trip.
The Board is fully committed to finding the best person to run School House.
Term 4 is a stressful time of year. Between exams, subject selection and having an eye on the next academic year - a lot is happening for our boys.
The Māori Education Trust 2018 Scholarship Programme is now open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria.
OBHS Prize-giving 2017 – Regent Theatre
Year 11 students Flynn Sefo-Cloughley, Reuben McArley and Thomas Wilson were successful in securing their Silver CREST Award this year. The Student Product Development Challenge is run by The New Zeal...
On Sunday 5 November, the Otago Boys' rowing squad attended the Otago Secondary Schools Erg championships.
If you would like to donate or sell any uniform no longer required please deliver it to the school office between
8.00am and 4.00pm before Wednesday 13 December.
Recently, a small group of students went to the Mt Aspiring Lodge to work with Malcolm Taylor from Contact Energy to design our micro-hydro electricity turbine.
Senior prize giving was held on Thursday 2 November at the Regent Theatre. It was a special occasion to celebrate the students success throughout the year.
Last Sunday the OBHS First XI played its annual fixture against a Willows team at Loburn in North Canterbury.
Paul Vlietstra has announced his resignation from the position of Hostel Manager.
It is my pleasure to announce the appointment of Mr Andrew Turner, our Deputy Rector to the position of Principal at Gisborne Boys' High School. He will begin in the New Year.
Thursday evening at the Regent Theatre parents, staff and students celebrated the successes of this year's student body.
When being asked to write a last word, prefects are told very little. They are told to be original, to give advice or impart wisdom.
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