Bishopscourt Tuesday 2nd at 4.00pm. A bus will leave the archway straight after school.
This week we have set up a new Facebook page called OBHS Hostel 150th Reunion. We will be posting regular updates regarding events and how to register etc.
On Friday 12th April, Otago Boys' High School will close early for tuition at 1.05pm. This will allow our teachers to run parent interviews with our hostel boys.
On Tuesday 9th April school will close for tuition at 2pm.
A visit to their old Roslyn home by two OBHS old boys was a happy event for all concerned.
Over the weekend the Senior Touch Team competed at the South Island Secondary School Championships in Christchurch.
We woke up early Friday morning to the sounds of the city coming to life.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Cameron Moffitt who has been selected in the New Zealand team to compete at the 2019 Oceania Area and Combined Events Championships in Townsville on 25-28 June.
OBHS will be well-represented in the Town Hall, 31 March at 2pm, when the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra and City Choir present the St Matthew Passion.
When Scott Bezett steps on to the Dunedin Town Hall stage in the role of Jesus, it will be his first experience performing with a full orchestra. He tells Rebecca Fox about the nerves and excitement.
Otago Boys High School continued its tradition of Orienteering success in the weekend with some outstanding results at the Otago Championships.
With several students away with tournament week, Matt MacDonald was the sole representative at this years Otago/Southland Secondary Schools Road Cycling Championships.
The Artist of the Week for Week 9 of Term 1 is Year 13 student Ronan Geraghty.
The Parents Association would like to thank everyone who has ordered cheese rolls, orders are now closed. They are being made on Saturday and we would like your help!
Year 10 Art students were privileged to go to the Art Gallery on Tuesday the 26th of March. It was a small class of 8 students due to camp and illness.
Congratulations to Year 11 student Kaleb Hollands who competed in the Civil Contractors New Zealand Otago Regional Excavator Competition earlier this year.
This week the school received the following email acknowledging the behaviour of one of our senior students.
As has been the case with many of the prefects this year, I struggled to come up with a topic for this speech.
The Bus Hub is open. This means buses are starting to transition through the Hub on Great King Street.
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