Year 9 Drama students; Luke Woo, Ashton Carraher, and Josh Dickinson show how social distancing is done at OBHS!
Congratulations to the Otago Boys' High School orienteering team who have won the 2020 Dunedin Orienteering School Series trophy for best Boy's Secondary School.
You can now access all upcoming internal assessment deadlines for NCEA Level 1 to 3 at portal.obhs.school.nz
There is a lot of important information in this weeks newsletter regarding returning to school and moving forward at Alert Level 2.
Below is a link from the Ministry of Education providing practical information about education for parents and carers.
The Prefects have a message for all students before we return to school on Monday.
As the country has moved to Alert Level 2, OBHS will be open to students in Years 9-13 from Monday 18 May.
Please complete the form (link below) if you catch a school bus or public bus to or from school ANY DAY!
Wednesday brought more success for the Otago Boys Debating team of Liam Connolly, Luke Geddes and Boudewijn Keenan.
This week you have been emailed a link for expression of interest for winter sports.
For those who picked up instruments during lockdown, now is the perfect time to begin learning, or get back into it.
As parents, I know you will have a number of questions regarding the return to school next week. While not an exhaustive list, here are some questions and answers that may help.
Following on from the Prime Minister's announcement this afternoon, our school will be open to all students from Monday the 18th of May.
Don't forget to email your answers to: [email protected] Answers will be posted and the winner announced on the school facebook page tomorrow.
The classes of 9T and 9H Social Studies with Ms Hope have been learning about the New Zealand government and different government systems around the world during the first few weeks of distance learni...
While the country has been in lockdown there have been 14 international students and four housemasters staying at the hostel.
The anticipated move nationwide to Alert Level 2, and the subsequent, realistic regulations for schools is a positive end to the week.
Together as a community, we have and are continuing to face this current COVID-19 challenge and we will continue to do so as a school community, region and as a country.
Sunday is Mother's Day. It is a day to celebrate all mums in the world.
The debating competition has moved onto an online platform, the Aotearoa Online Schools Debating.
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