On Thursday, a select group of Year 12 students and an even smaller group of Year 11s took to the stage to perform scenes from Shakespeare in the annual University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Fe...
Please see the information below regarding the up and coming training camps for those interested in the Youth Olympic Games 2024 (YOGs).
Timing, as they say, is everything. One or two weeks earlier and 60% of 10G would have been unable to attend camp due to the far reaching effects of Covid. A week later and the incredible weather woul...
Congratulations to Year 13 student George Grant who has been selected to represent New Zealand as a member of the NZ Under 17 Mens basketball team at the Asia Cup being held in Doha, Qatar in June.
We are a group of Year 13 Business Studies students competing in the Young Enterprise Scheme, where we have to create a product and sell it.
In 2019 I was a Junior Dux. Following this came expectations. Expectations from teachers and peers, but mainly myself.
Welcome to our latest School House Newsletter
In line with our Positive Behaviour for Learning approach to pastoral care at Otago Boys, we have long since used postcards to reward boys when we catch them being good and displaying the school value...
The challenge was to write a short story of no more than 100 words.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted.
Is your lawn looking a little worse for wear? Is your garden needing a bit of a boost? If the answer is yes, then we have just the thing!
This week Jamie Oliver asked fans on his Facebook page to upload their photos if they had porridge for breakfast.
International education at secondary schools will restart in July this year with a special cohort of international students permitted to enter New Zealand.
As the Year 9 Mori class come to the end of their module, we visited Thura - Otago Museum.
On Tuesday 29th March, the Senior Mori and Te Ao Haka class with the support of Mr Mahutriki known as Matua Vai to the boys, ventured out to Te Whare Wnanga o Arohanui in Waitati and then up into the ...
On Thursday, 14 April, Otago Boys' High School will close early for tuition. This is to allow our teachers to run parent interviews with our hostel boys and their parents.
This week's Phoenix awards were presented to Jack Ussher and Jacob Morris.
The term one Reading Challenge is coming to an end and we have had some great completed entries already.
Coronet Peak, Queenstown 26-27 March, 2022.
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