Today our students had the opportunity to visit the Defence Forces bus as part of their future career planning.
This week saw the start of the Dunedin Secondary Schools Senior Debate Competition. A seven round contest run by the University of Otago involving schools from around Dunedin.
As parents of boys you will know that the majority of our young men are involved in some type of physical activity.
Another week has flown by and we are close to the halfway point of the first term.
OBHS students competed at the South Island Regional Surf Life Saving Championships held at New Brighton last weekend with much success.
Full rehearsal with tutors, Mr Alan Starrett and Ms Johanna Brusse, for senior assembly performance at our commemoration of our esteemed old boy Alexander Aitken, internationally acclaimed mathematici...
The summer interschool fixture between OBHS and Christ's College was held on Monday and Tuesday this week.
With the winter season fast approaching sports registrations will be available from next week.
Congratulations to Harley Ruru and Tairoa Porima-Flavell who were members of a team of four that won the final at the Burger King - 3x3 Basketball (U18) tournament in the Octagon last Saturday.
The 2016/2017 Entertainment Book will soon be available. Order now to receive additional "Early Bird" vouchers.
The Otago Boys High School Parents Association Annual General Meeting will be held on the 17thMarch, at 7.00pm, in the school library. We would love you to come and see first-hand the valuablecontribu...
The Otago Boys' High School Parents Association is once again making our superb cheese rolls! We dont want to brag, but rumour has it that our cheese rolls are by far the best in Dunedin! Well fille...
Last week Year 11 student Jackson Aluesi won bronze in the Under 16 K4 200m at the National Canoe Racing Nationals held at Lake Karapiro.
Our Year 12 Mathematicians learning about probability recreate a famous experiment conducted in Russian villages decades ago to decide if the local young women would get married.
Today sees us at the end of week 4 of Term 1 and here at OBHS things are in full swing.
This week senior assembly focused on the awarding of academic blues to Scholarship recipients and students who gained NCEA excellence endorsement in 2015.
Congratulations to our boys, teachers and parents for a magnificent set of results with certificate endorsements. For the first time since NCEA endorsements began in 2007, at least 50% of our boys in...
The redevelopment of our Tennis Court area on Stuart Street was offically opened for use on Thursday at 1.00pm.
On Wednesday the Year 11 economics classes visited Cadbury World on a fact finding mission for their first Internal Achievement Standard of the year - Demonstrate understanding of decisions a produce...
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