There are some excited boys in the hostel this week with the holidays almost upon us.
My thanks to all of those who attended our Year 8 function on Friday evening. I hope that you had the chance to see some familiar faces, or to meet some new ones.
A concert, showcasing the musical and dramatic talents of some of our junior students, was held on Tuesday evening. It has been a number of years since we last presented a show like this.
Following are a list of scheduled interschool dates for 2019.
My time on the Parents' Association has come to an end! While I still have one boy left going into Year 13 next year, I feel that the time has come for me to step down as Chairperson of the Parents As...
Junior Prize Giving will be held in the school auditorium on Thursday 13 December at 11am (please note the change of time).
The OBHS Lodge, enjoyed by thousands of OBHS students over its 41 years in operation, will be available for families of OBHS boys to stay in for a short time this summer.
To say that 9S were excited about heading off for camp would be an understatement. Half the class were already at school when I arrived to unlock the food room at 6am on Friday morning. We were all pa...
Time to think about purchasing your 2019 school stationery?
Congratulations to Year 9 student Ryan Dey and Year 11 student Elliott Alloo who competed at the Otago Long Course Swimming Championships over the weekend.
The OBHS Golf Day has become a key date in the calendar of the school, and we hope it is in yours too.
Last weekend, the junior water polo team travelled to Christchurch to compete in the Junior South Island Waterpolo Tournament.
Today the 2018 Junior Fives champion was crowned.
This morning Boudewijn Keenan won a fiercely contested Fives final.
This week the South Island Junior Volleyball Tournament was held in Dunedin.
It was finals at futsal this week.
The OBHS Sevens squad is off to Auckland this weekend to compete in the Condor 7's.
Great enterprises have to begin somewhere and if the planners have any brains they start small, so that experience fills in the defects of the plan before they swallow money and people’s reputations. ...
Smiling is Infectious
This weekend Dunedin hosts the New Zealand Secondary Schools Track, Road and Field Championships.
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