A Te reo Maori card game created by Otago Boys High School business studies students has been a big hit this year.
Thank you to those students who attended Mondays Gateway Meeting in Room 13 as per Subject Selection instructions.
Last Thursday night, Angus Henderson and Elliott Alloo travelled to Wellington along with another 82 top business studies students from around the country to take part in an Entrepreneurs in Action we...
Our first XI completed an unbeaten season with a 2 nil win in the Premier School competition on Wednesday night.
Fowler Homes Otago is holding a golf tournament this year, for which all funds raised, will be donated to Otago Boys' High School Sports Council to help the school provide students the opportunity to ...
This was a great match played on a very average surface with the boys in red and staff team in traditional school colours.
Congratulations to Year 11 student Aaryan Alexander who won the South Island Under 19 Tournament Singles and Doubles titles last weekend.
To help when making subject selections I encourage students and parents to visit the Careers NZ website.
Our Artist of the Week is Year 12 student Scott Alexander.
The 2021 Curriculum Course booklets have been distributed to senior students and copies have been emailed to parents.
Taking action on climate change is about us taking the leap into the unknown; following Neil Armstrong by taking one small step of our own towards a better world. It is vital we change the way we live...
Hi,I am Kehan Jiang, an old boy from OBHS.
On the 24th of September Fowler Homes in partnership with the OBHS Sports Council are holding a golf tournament at St Clair Golf course.
A big week of sport at School House was capped off with a battle of the minds on Sunday at the annual School House father and son quiz.
The PTA and School have regretfully decided with the current Covid 19 Level 2 until the 16th September, that this does not allow us time to go ahead with the planned fair on the 19th September 2020.
A team of four highly motivated OB'S boys teamed up with four adventure-ready girls, from Columba College, to compete in the South Island Hillary Challenge.
Hitting the road early on a balmy Dunedin morning it was a shock to hop out of the van into blustery, cold conditions in Invercargill.
With the disappointment of having the South Island Premier tournament cancelled, the football firsts headed off to Queenstown on Tuesday to play a couple of games against Wakatipu High School.
The Artist of the Week is Year 12 student Angus Taylor.
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