The 2021 Curriculum Course booklets have been distributed to senior students and copies have been emailed to parents.
Taking action on climate change is about us taking the leap into the unknown; following Neil Armstrong by taking one small step of our own towards a better world. It is vital we change the way we live...
Hi,I am Kehan Jiang, an old boy from OBHS.
On the 24th of September Fowler Homes in partnership with the OBHS Sports Council are holding a golf tournament at St Clair Golf course.
A big week of sport at School House was capped off with a battle of the minds on Sunday at the annual School House father and son quiz.
The PTA and School have regretfully decided with the current Covid 19 Level 2 until the 16th September, that this does not allow us time to go ahead with the planned fair on the 19th September 2020.
A team of four highly motivated OB'S boys teamed up with four adventure-ready girls, from Columba College, to compete in the South Island Hillary Challenge.
Hitting the road early on a balmy Dunedin morning it was a shock to hop out of the van into blustery, cold conditions in Invercargill.
With the disappointment of having the South Island Premier tournament cancelled, the football firsts headed off to Queenstown on Tuesday to play a couple of games against Wakatipu High School.
The Artist of the Week is Year 12 student Angus Taylor.
Life in lockdown has been long and painful as there was no escape from the dad jokes and waking up at the crack of midday was tough for most of us!
Boudewijn Keenan is a talented, hardworking, and busy musician.
The Gamers Club has been a chance for boys of all year levels to come along and play with and against their mates.
We all see pollution everywhere, but rarely know the full extent of the damage it can cause.
Our students travelled to Central Otago this past weekend to participate in two Intercollegiate Clay Target Shoots.
Craig Marshall Builder joined Otago Boys' High School three years ago as a host Gateway employer.
Gateway class term three 2020 taking advantage of some fresh air and sunshine to have a check and connect prior to placement last week.
These poems were inspired by the film The Shawshank Redemption
The Dunedin City Council want to hear your thoughts about the sports you play, how DCC facilities meet your needs and what you would like improved or changed. Your feedback will help DCC develop a spo...
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