Excerpts from the Rector's Prize Giving address 2019.
Blain Mann is this year's recipient of the Stuart Stevenson trophy.
On Thursday evening at the Regent Theatre parents, staff and students celebrated the successes of this year's student body.
This week, Term 4 Year 9 students spent a morning at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
Level 2 Art students handed in their external portfolios this week.
Kia ora, Malo ni, Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Kia orana, Bula vinaka, Taloha ni and warm greetings.
At Labour Weekend the place to be was the OBHS Lodge. A small group of enthusiastic volunteers tackled some of the necessary maintenance chores.
Funds are being raised to send Scouts (including boys from OBHS) to the National Scout Jamboree in Hamilton.
The Parents Association will be holding uniform sales on Monday 20th January and Thursday 23rd January from 5pm until 7pm.
Long time Otago Daily Times golf writer Bill Trewern is hanging up his pen after the best part of 50 years.
As you will all know this is the last, last word of 2019. I hope you have got something out of what the prefects have prepared each week. As prefects we have certainly learnt a lot as we have had the ...
Jarvis Cross has built a 100cc kart during the year in the engineering workshop.
Roslyn Wakari AFC (RWAFC) extends an open invitation to all association male or female football players planning to study or continuing their studies at either Otago University, Otago Polytechnic or p...
The final house assembly for Park took place today so we took the opportunity for a last photo with the Year 13 students.
This year's prizegiving for the whole school is being held at The Regent Theatre on Thursday 31 October at 7.00pm.
We are holding an Open Day for current Year 7 boys and their families who may be interested in enrolling as boarders in 2021 in Year 9.
The Otago Boys High School Foundation was established in 2005 with the sole purpose of benefitting the school.
As my days at Otago Boys come to an end it is hard to not reflect on all the memories I have made here.
With heavy rain falling on Wednesday morning it looked like mountain biking for Term 4 was going to have to wait another week!
This week Level 1 Visual Arts students handed their external Portfolios in.
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