Below is the Rector's address from Senior Prizegiving held this week.
A good bugger I know.
Talofa, Kia ora, Malo e lelei, Kia Orana, Bula vinaka, Taloha ni Fakalofa lahi atu, Malo ni, Noaia, Mauri, Talofa lava, and warm greetings.
Examinations and end of year functions dominate the rest of the School House year.
All trophies presented at last years junior prize giving now need to be returned.
The School Council is running a bake sale on the 4th of November to raise money for the current humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Our Artist of the Week is Year 13 student Tamatea Schweikert.
On Tuesday, Lisa Wilkie from the Dunedin City Council and Tess McLauchlan came to talk to the School Council about an exciting new Arts initiative proposed for OBHS.
In 2021, ALL STUDENTS at Otago Boys' High School will need to bring along a device to school every day as an integral part of their learning.
This year's prizegiving is being held at The Regent Theatre on Monday 2 November at 7.00pm.
After a delay due to Covid, the BMX Nationals were held in Christchurch over Labour weekend.
This week Elliott Alloo presented his Last Word in senior assembly.
Continuing with our proud tradition of producing fantastic singers, this week, Nicholas Finnie (Year 12) and Ted Finney-Waters (Year 10) were selected for the New Zealand Secondary Schools Choir.
In 2021, all students at Otago Boys High School will need to bring along a device to school every day as an integral part of their learning.
Due to Covid19, the physical Robocup competition was cancelled this year.
Year 9 boys have been given a copy of the Year 10 Curriculum Booklet with information about the Year 10 option subjects available in 2021.
As part of the Otago Boys High School Scholarship programme Mr Andrew Swan and Terry Kerr (Old Boy & University of Otago - Economics Lecturer) organised a Term 4 treat for the current students with a ...
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