Otago Boys has teamed up with local fertiliser company Superior to raise funds for the 2020 India Cricket Tour. Superior has kindly donated the product to ensure the boys get the full amount from this...
We would like to thank the families that have supported the school by purchasing their sons 2019 stationery and resource books from Paper Plus.
Trainer Jamie Richards has gone from the Taieri to become the head of New Zealand's richest racing stable.
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The annual Year 12 Biology trip to Blueskin Bay, Warrington aims to instil guardianship values for our young men.
The Otago Boys High School Parents Association Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 21st March, at 7.00pm, in the school library.
Last weekend I was fortunate enough to be selected to play for New Zealand against Australia in the U.S Kids Trans Tasman Cup.
Over the weekend we had a number of boys and Old Boy's representing Otago at Touch Nationals.
Or, Reasons Why Year 10 Should Be Grateful for 10Y.
While senior students attend assembly on Tuesday mornings, Year 9 and 10 students continue class work.
A large contingent from Otago Boys' High School headed up to Oamaru for the South Island Secondary Schools' Triathlon and Duathlon Championships on Sunday.
Ive been worried about giving a speech in front of the school since Year 9.
The Year 9 and 10s went canyoning on Sunday. The weather was fantastic, and the boys had a great time.
The Yr9 and 10s went canyoning on Sunday. The weather was fantastic, and the boys had a great time.
On Wednesday 27 February 2019 the Year 13 Business Studies classes attended the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme (YES) Kick Start/Timata Day.
This week the school received a note of thanks from a member of the public. Well done to Judah Nika and Josh Telfer Chiles who helped this person. You are a credit to yourself, your family and to the ...
A big congratulations to Year 10 students Hamish Faulks and Will Challis who have been selected to attend the Touch Talent ID camp later this year.
James Watt and Luke Ohlson tied for the win and Jake Owen placed third in the final of the school competition this week.
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