This year for Gateway I had the opportunity to work in the landscaping industry with Nichol's.
The Year 10 team had the good fortune of attending their tournament in Dunedin, enjoying a week of sun and warmth and playing quality football to match.
With the disappointment of missing out on the Premier tournament, the football firsts headed off to Nelson to compete in the Jim Wishart Tournament.
On Wednesday a group of senior economics students attended a session with Paul Clark, a renowned Westpac economist.
At lunchtime on Tuesday, boys were treated to some quality coaching from Stan "The Polar Bear" Westwood of the Otago Darts Association.
Otago Rugby League are holding a tournament on Saturday, 14 October.
An ego is an interesting thing.
One of the highlights for many of our boys of their time here, is competing for this school against others.
From Thursday, 24 to Sunday, 27, Teddy Finney-Waters, Luke Woo, Lochie Ing-aram, and Caleb Wayne had a big weekend performing in a variety of categories in the Dunedin Performance Arts Competitions So...
How many times has New Zealand hosted the British Empire Games or Commonwealth Games?
This year for Gateway I had the opportunity to do plumbing with Foleys.
The next meeting of the OBHS Parents' Association will be held on Thursday, 7 September.
This will be held on Tuesday, 19 September for both summer and winter awards.
Term 4 sport registrations close on Friday, 8 September.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
Throughout the year our 3 junior debating teams have been competing in the Dunedin Schools' Debating (DSD) competition.
Ice Cube once said "There’s nothing wrong with starting off in a box, but you got to have a plan to come out that box."
Congratulations to Year 12 student Freddie Hore who has been elected as Student Representative on the School Board.
Over the past year, I have been working with students from across the country to form a nationwide student council.
OBHS students Javara Clark (Year 12) and Lochlan Still (Year 13) competed at the National Powerlifting Championships held in Christchurch last weekend.
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