On Tuesday 9th April Otago Boys' 2nd and 3rd XV played host to Marist Ashgrove School from Brisbane.
The message I would like for you all to take home is the importance of facing your fears.
At assembly this week, our 2019 Term One Students of the Term were announced. This award recognises one young man in each year level who has lived our school values: Respect, Perseverance, Honour, Cou...
Former OBHS student Ben Reeves (2014 - 2018) is heading to Brooklyn to play basketball.
Congratulations to Matthew Bolter who won the "Spot the Teen & Match the Book" competition which ran in the library for the last few weeks.
Things ran a little differently this year. Mr Matehaere was given the day off, and Mr Willmotts Year 11 Applied PE class took over the organising. With increased marketing, the event saw record entrie...
We have a number of games and trials this weekend. Please read below.
Please click on the link below to view the latest additions to the school library.
The much-anticipated schools cycling calendar kicked off over the weekend with the South Island School Mountain Bike Championships.
The 2019 election theme is Step forward for our schools.
A group of Year 10 Pasifika students spent a day at the University of Otago as part of the Pacific Science Future Initiative.
Our Senior A's travelled up to Palmerston North over the tournament week to participate in the Secondary Schools' Volleyball Nationals. Seeded 23rd in the country, our goal was to better our seeding a...
The Artist of the Week for week 10 of Term 1 is Year 10 student Kalevini Hotesi.
This term we have been running a can drive to support the Presbyterian Family Works Food Bank.
Tournament week was a busy one for School House with lots of boys involved in various competitions.
Parents of prospective boarding students for 2020, 2021 at all year levels and current parents of boarders at OBHS Hostel, are warmly invited to attend one of the following country visits to meet with...
The OBHS Rowing Club are running a Learn to Row Programme for Terms 2-3 at a cost of $40.
Over the last few weeks I have struggled to find something to talk about. Ive moved from idea to idea, but nothing stuck.
Water polo is a challenging sport. Students are required to swim well and endure conflict in the water as well as shoot with accuracy and operate as a team. This is all in a deep pool and a tumultuous...
The young men of 10B wanted a bit of extra challenge for their Mt Aspiring camp last week. They got it in the form of a decent rainfall accurately predicted by the Metservice before we left.
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