I think all of us have really enjoyed being back at school this week. Certainly, the Otagos Ranfurly Shield win and the good weather have been welcomed.
School will close for lessons at 12.30pm on Friday 9 November due to the PPTA Union meeting being held.
Congratulations to the following students who this week have been named as the Students of the Term for Term 3.
Seven riders competed across three disciplines at the South Island Champs held at Signal Hill from 12 - 14 October. Nick Sharp and James Gardner riding all three events! Despite the cold, wet and wind...
Otago Boys High School were represented by two cyclists at this years instalment of the National Road Cycling Championships; James Gardner and Cole Gibbons.
Another term has come to an end.
The Artist of the Week for Week 10 of Term 3 is Year 13 student Nathan Hill.
On Wednesday evening two quiz teams took part in the annual University of Otago Chemistry Quiz.
You have two cows. Your neighbours help you take care of them, and you all share the milk.
Year 9 morning tea went down well this week with boys enjoying ham and cheese croissants, pain au chocolat and viennoiserie aux fruits all washed down with a very welcome chocolat chaud on this cold d...
Don't forget to keep up with your reading in the holidays. It's a great way to give your brain a break from games and a chance for it to grow and 'reboot'.
Otago Boys High School is a Year 9-13 secondary school for boys. It was established in 1863. Today there are over 800 students, including approximately 150 hostel boys and a small number of internatio...
Our Year 9 parents and students are invited to attend an orientation evening.
Over the weekend Zishen Fu competed in the Table Tennis Otago Southern Shield Clash against Southland where Otago were victorious in retaining the Shield with a 61-43 win. Zishen led by example as tea...
I have come a long way since leaving Otago Boys' High School in 1972. And it took persistence to get here, and I am not just talking about getting to Perth in Western Australia, where I now live.
The Otago Secondary Schools' Duathlon Championships were held in the weekend.
The weather was outstanding and the snow plentiful for the School House ski trip on Saturday.
On Thursday our Junior School was based in the auditorium as they engaged in our annual Resilience Day, part of OBs wider wellbeing programme for our students.
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