Over the weekend of the 6-8th March there were 5 OBHS boys representing Otago at the NZ Track and Field Champs in Christchurch.
The senior blues began their tournament against Middleton Grange. They were a solid passing team, but didnt have our fire power as our middles (Angus Henderson, Mikaele Vaeau and Connor Feist) were to...
The annual summer interschool fixture between OBHS and SBHS is being held in Invercargill on Monday and Tuesday next week.
On Saturday the 22nd of February, Senior Water Polo teams from OBHS had a real boost!
This week at senior assembly Nicki Patterson, the Regional Sports Director at the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association presented Ken Rust with a Service to School Sport Award on behalf of New Ze...
This term Year 9 Art students have been focusing on drawing.
Bruce Turnbull personified the traditional southern man, with a love of the great outdoors, dogs, hunting and fishing.
Our Junior teams had the first opportunity to debate this week.
As we trekked out of the Matukituki on Friday morning through intense rain with the backdrop of waterfall lined mountains, it was hard to believe that until 24 hours earlier we had experienced almost ...
Study Biology in the rainforests and on the coral reefs of Australia.
Congratulations to Year 13 student Angus Brett who along with his Warrington Surf Lifesaving team members competed successfully at the Under 19 Surf Lifesaving Southern Regional Championships held at ...
There has been some talk in the media about the decline in reading for pleasure in this increasingly digital age.
The container will be open for donations of 2nd hand goods this weekend. This week we add plants to the list of items we would like.
Eleven schools and 24 teams competed in this years Regional Debating Competition held at the University of Otago Business School.
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Glass half full, or was it half empty? While there was some beautiful weather (again) for racing and good results by everyone, a strange disqualification of our intermediate team left us feeling a lit...
Rock climbing and canyoning kept the boys busy on the weekend.
The Malcam Trust ran a very successful pilot mindfulness course last year at our Hive youth centre so we're running four more this year.
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