We would like to announce our Term One Students of the Term. This award recognises one young man in each year level who has lived our school values: Respect, Perseverance, Honour, Courage and Excellen...
As we all know Otago Boys' High School has a rich history in Dunedin which has been well recorded. We want to continue this by capturing stories of your time in lockdown as an Otago Boys' High School ...
Lets start the week with a quiz.
Alert Level 2; we intend recommencing our hostel enrolment process.
From time to time the library will post a quiz. Give it a go! There might even be a prize for you to collect when we return to school. Email your answers to: [email protected]
Judging by the scarcity of flour and baking powder in our stores, baking been happening in many homes over the lockdown. It has been in my household for sure.
Last night the Rector emailed a letter in regard to the school situation in Alert Level 3.
Today the government announced we will be moving to Alert Level 3 on April 28th.
I was getting to the end of some of my vegetables and found I had too many courgettes.
Looking for something to do once you have finished your school work?
From tomorrow morning, school is back in session, albeit electronically.
The following is a challenge that any OBs student can participate in. You can get help and advice from any person within your bubble.
The NZ Surf Life Saving Championships were held in Gisborne during March.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
This week I thought we would look at vegetables - it coincides with the two competitions open online to students. Years 1-8 - Kids can cook competition (for your younger siblings) and the NSSCC (Natio...
A number of our students have been busy fundraising for Leukemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand to support their Shave for a Cure campaign.
Watching the rain glide down the windows at home, my mind takes me back to those bad weather days hunkering down at Mt Aspiring Lodge, one of Otago Boys hidden treasures.
Dr. William R. Cullen, FRSC, Professor Emeritus (Inorganic and Environmental Chemistry) passed away on December 1st, 2019. He was 86 years old.
Eggs are a really versatile food, my mother - Mrs Moore has a saying "If there is an egg in the house, there is a meal in the house" and this is true. They are full of protein and fat, as well as othe...
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