During period 4 on Thursday, our Year 12 students walked down to the Town Hall accompanied by staff members to view a range of exhibits.
This week an article appeared on the BBC website. It is a story on Mike King, the mental health advocate who toured New Zealand on a moped to raise awareness of adolescent mental health issues. In thi...
As part of our School House Competition's 'Community' component OBHS is once again supporting the Octacan Appeal for the Foodbank run by Presbyterian Support.
For three days, our Level 3 Earth and Space Science boys carried out their 3.1 Investigations with the support of Steve Cutler and his team of postgraduate students at the NZ Marine Studies Centre in ...
On June 6, our school competed in the New Zealand Choral Federation's Big Sing Competition. Schools all over from Otago came to the town hall, and each performed three pieces, ranging from pop to clas...
The interschool fixture between OBHS and Christ's College will be held in Dunedin on Tuesday June 12.
The artist for Week 5, Term 2, is Year 12 student Luke Hargest.
The Friends of the Turnbull Library (FoTL) have announced a creative writing competition open to all secondary school students in New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Congratulations to Rhys Dunbar, Joshua Marr and Zishen Fu who represented Otago at the South Island Table Tennis Teams tournament held in Timaru over Queens Birthday weekend.
Last year, during the term 3 holidays, I had the amazing opportunity to go to Outward Bound in Anakiwa, just north of Picton.
On Thursday 31 May the annual Otago Secondary Schools Cross Country was held at the Kaikorai Valley course in sunny conditions but a heavy track under foot.
Please read below for specialist training clinics for the week beginning 5th June.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish all the best to one of our Year 12 students, Kyran Oaten.
In March 2015 Grant Elliott become a folk hero in NZ cricket when he smashed the last ball of the World Cup semi-final for six to qualify his country for their first ever World Cup Final.
Talofa, Students and staff of Otago Boys' enjoyed celebrating le Vaiaso O le Gagana Samoa this week.
Today at Junior Assembly we recognised a couple of our young men, nominated by their teachers, who have gone above and beyond both in class and in extra-curricular activities too.
Hostel boys look forward to a break.
Year 13 student Mohammad Taha has been running tutorials in his lunchtime for the new Syrian students who have started at Otago Boys'.
The Art Department at Otago Boys’ High School are proud to announce that, the artist of the week has been reintroduced into the school calendar.
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