With the normal school routine now underway for the year, it is important to remind parents and caregivers the importance of road safety on Arthur Street.
On a sweltering Thursday lunchtime Year 9s volunteered to be jammed into Mrs Hinchey's Toyota.
This year has started with over 800 students, the largest in the last 5 years. It is certainly noticeable around the grounds, but I must say, I believe this has been one of the best starts we have had...
We would like to welcome Mr Andrew King back to Otago Boys High School. Andrew joins the Senior Leadership Team as Deputy Rector responsible for School Culture.
The Lodge was well used over the summer break with several different groups taking advantage of this prime spot for exploring the Matukituki Valley or just taking a break from city stresses.
We would like to welcome our new staff to the Otago Boys' High School team.
Basketball Otago are holding skill sessions and representative trials. Please read the following for more information.
On Monday morning we welcomed our new students and staff members for 2019.
We are pleased to welcome Wayne Angus as the new Director of International Students.
The 2019 school year is underway, and we have welcomed many new faces into the hostel.
New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA) are preparing for the upcoming Triennial BoT elections.
The Parents Association will be holding a uniform sale on Tuesday 22nd January and Thursday 24th January from 5pm until 7pm.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
Greetings fellow Foundation members,Old Boys, friends of the school and your families.
On Thursday morning the junior school assembled to celebrate the success of our junior students.
With the weather closing in (again), the planned ride over Flagstaff was put off for another time. Instead, it was decided to do a whirlwind tour of the Peninsula tracks. For many of the boys this was...
It is a Ministry of Education requirement that schools consult with their communities every two years on their Health programmes.
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