The Year 12 Outdoor Education classes are covering bike maintenance over the next few weeks.
Last Saturday, 13 June 2020 on a glorious Dunedin winter day the OBHS 1st XV had their first competitive hit-out post-lockdown against a strong Kaikorai Colts team at Bishopcourt.
The brotherhood is well and truly alive in form class AP6.
With our new partnership with Gilbert and Otago Sports Depot we now have added some items that are available to be purchased.
As part of our topic on Forces and Motion in Year 10 Science, 10H investigated the use of levers in class this week.
On Friday 3 July (the last day of term) the school will close for tuition at 1pm. This will allow staff to prepare and host Hostel Parent Interviews.
Otago Boys gained two good results on Wednesday night as both OBHS 1 and OBHS 2 picked up wins as the Dunedin Schools Debating competition restarted after a long hiatus.
Rugby, Cricket and Basketball all make headlines.
The University of Otago Dunedin Information Evening will be held on Thursday 2 July in the St Davids 1 Lecture Theatre, University of Otago from 6.30-8pm.
For the past three days our Year 13 Earth and Space Scientists have taken part in the annual trip to the Portobello Marine Studies Centre.
Thank you to all those who have registered for the Hostel 150th Reunion.
For my last word today I have selected a topic that is very important to me and is prominent in today's society, racism.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
Head of Maths, Mr Sykes, meets up with about a dozen keen boys on a Thursday morning at 7.30am for a run around the Town Belt before school.
Sport makes a long awaited return to the hostel.
Dunedin-born actor Bruce Allpress, who appeared in long-running 70s TV show Close to Home, and had roles in The Piano and Lord of the Rings, has died aged 89.
Gold medal-winning rower Hamish Bond has been voted athlete of the decade in a public vote at this years Otago Sports Awards.
Since returning to school this term we have had a visit from Lincoln University and next week the University of Otago will visit to promote scholarship applications for 2020.
As we have now moved to Alert Level 1 no physical distancing is required on buses and the usual service delivery has resumed.
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