While writing this in the Covid-19 alert 4 lock down we can now all only reflect on what normal was, what the current normal is & what the normal will be going forward once we come out the other end.
Luke Geddes has gained a place on the prestigious Peter Blake Inspire event.
Together as a community, we will face this current challenge and together we are all going to have moments of uncertainty that are likely to cause in some instances, raised anxiety and stress levels f...
A small but high performing team of Otago Boys students smashed records and scooped an impressive haul of top three placings at the Otago Secondary Schools Athletics Competition held at the Caledonian...
Currently our school site is closed. This does not mean that learning has stopped. Teachers will be available online through google classroom and other platforms to assist students with learning while...
The school is open and classes will be running to Mondays timetable tomorrow Tuesday 24 March.
I want to thank the school and parents for their vigilance and communication this week. It is important to note that in times like these, clear and accurate information is key to managing a situation.
Students from 10Y and 10G have returned from their week at camp. Below students write about their experience.
The decision has been made to postpone the OBHS school fair scheduled for 4 April. The new date will be in the spring.
The school entered 4 teams (senior 1 and 2 and junior 1 and 2) into the Otago Futsal Championship on Friday 13th March.
OBHS entered two teams in the Otago Volleyball Champs which were held last weekend.
Today Im going to talk about reaching our full potential. Now, inherently thats a misleading title because it insinuates that everyone has a finite potential and our goal is to get as close to that as...
This annual event was rekindled in 2018 after a hiatus of several years.
Over the weekend the OBHS Rowers competed at the South Island Secondary School Rowing Championships, held at Lake Ruataniwha in Twizel.
Prof Fred Fastier celebrated his 100th Birthday on Friday 13 March. Fred is very much an Otago boy and was schooled at Otago Boys' High School from 1932-36.
A canoe trip, rowing regatta and an athletics championship under a dark sky of coronavirus made for an interesting weekend in School House.
We are currently in the process of reviewing how we conduct our parent interviews.
Coronavirus continues to dominate the media and importantly a number of our decisions here in the school.
We would like your help to let the wider community know when our fair is on.
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