Each of our school houses (Aspinall, McIndoe, Park and Saxton) have a house leader. They are responsible for the organisation of their assigned house.
We are anticipating both more staff and students to be well next week.
There should be a few 20 'somethings' waking up with a hangover this morning after St Patrick's Day, and a few 18 'somethings' going into this long weekend planning on getting one.
Otago Boys' High School is seeking expressions of interest for coaches interested in joining our rowing team for the 2022-2023 season.
The challenge was to write a short story of no more than 100 words.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted.
In line with our Positive Behaviour for Learning approach to pastoral care at Otago Boys’, we have long since used postcards to reward boys when we catch them being good and displaying the school valu...
Last week 10S went to Mt Aspiring camp, and it was an absolute blast!
Two former Otago Boys’ High School footballers, Tyrell Barringer-Tahiri (Cook Islands) and Cameron Howieson (New Zealand), have been named in their respective country’s squads for the upcoming Oceania...
Otago Boys' High School Rowing Club attended the Meridian SISS Championship Regatta 11th – 13th March with a squad of 30 boys.
I have made the decision to roster home senior students starting tomorrow.
The annual Rod Byers memorial match was played last Sunday in beautiful conditions at the home of OBs football, Roberts Park.
From the 3rd till the 6th of March, Year 13 students Cole Gibbons and Luke Moffitt travelled to Hawkes Bay for the 2022 Jennian Homes Track and Field Championships.
Welcome to our Week 6 Newsletter
This week it was my pleasure to have a sit-down chat with Robbie McCaw, Mc Indoe's House Leader.
We seem to be in the middle of a surge in Covid positive or household contacts. Like much of Dunedin, this week has certainly tested our systems. Today there are more than 200 boys at home; just over ...
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