The OBHS Lodge, enjoyed by thousands of OBHS students over its 42 years in operation, will be available for families of OBHS boys to stay in for a short time again this summer.
I am a boy from a small town in South Otago and have always loved the outdoors and want to pursue a career in building.
Rob Wither is our newly appointed Guidance Counsellor, he is a full member of the New Zealand Association of Counsellors (MNZAC), and has recently joined us from Wellington College, where he was the H...
New Zealand Uniforms will be moving to a new store on Thursday 29 August and will be open for trading on Friday 30 August.
As the weather warms and the daylight becomes longer, we naturally start to think of the end of term; that would be a mistake as it is still a month away.
My name is Harry Brenssell and Im a Gateway student at Otago Boys High School.
On Wednesday, 50 senior History students had the pleasure of hearing Elizabeth Eckford speak about her experiences of school desegregation in the 1950s in USA.
At lunchtime on Wednesday the Student Librarians ran an excellent quiz for staff and students on 'Books Made Into Movies.'
On Friday last week we headed down to the Dunedin Ice Rink for the South Island Secondary Schools Tournament. The tournament is held every year in either Naseby or Dunedin. It is a round-robin competi...
I had the privilege of performing in a wonderful show called The Mikado, run by Opera Otago.
60 competitors participated on a fine but very cold Sunday.
The OBHS Lodge situated in the Matukituki Valley, Mt Aspiring National Park, is the jewel in our crown.
Don't get lost. Use the map to guide you around the school. If you do get stuck just ask someone for directions, or head to the school office and they will help you.
The first invoice will be emailed to every family at the end of February 2020.
This original school haka was received with vigorous applause by the boys to show their approval (1909). It has since had several changes.
The Senior Leadership team led by the Rector, manage the day to day running of the school.
The school song was written by DWM Burn in 1909. Follow up Otago High was selected after a competition to find an appropriate school song that would create a feeling of enthusiastic loyalty to the sch...
It is fun and rewarding to improve in things, whether they be sports, music or cultural experiences.
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