The vote is precious, it is the most powerful non-violent tool we have in a democratic society, and we must use it.- John Lewis.
The rowing season is fast approaching.
Sustainability is defined by Wikipedia as the ability to exist constantly the capacity for the biosphere and human civilisation to coexist.
This week, prefect Ahmad Diwan spoke to the school about an important value - gratitude. Ahmad, who has come to us from Syria, left school at 13 to work in a factory. This was not by his or his whanau...
I find it very hard to find any motivation whatsoever to do school work, and yet I know that if I don't, I'll get an ear full by my teachers when we return to school.
Friday 18th September and Saturday 19th September 2020.
Thank you for the wonderful support and donations for our chocolate wheel that you made earlier in the year. Unfortunately, with the delay of our fair from April, many of the blocks of chocolate donat...
Come along and join the Library Book Club.
This week our Artist of the Week is Year 12 student Zhenming Liu.
The first winter interschool fixture of the year was held in Timaru today.
For my last word, I have selected a topic that I feel is imperative to most of us, gratitude.
On Thursday 6 August and Monday 10 August the school will close for tuition at 1.30pm for parent/teacher interviews.
On Sunday 2 August, the prestigious NEWZATS Aparima Awards in classical singing were held at Marama Hall, University of Otago.
Last week Max Gray, one of our Year 13 students spoke to boys at House Assembly about an issue he had spotted in the bush surrounding the school.
Last Saturday the annual Otago/Southland Chess Championships were held with a record 15 teams from throughout the region competing.
The three Outdoor Education classes began rock climbing this week, where they will reflect on the safety practices as part of an assessment task.
Otago Boys' and Otago Girls' School Councils organised a Quiz Night, which was held last night at the Otago Girls' hall.
Talented students in Year 10 - Year 12 who are passionate about learning Biology or may be interested in a career in Health Sciences are invited to join the NZIBO learning program.
Lockdown has been a strange but memorable experience that was full of surprises because who would have predicted that toilet paper would be so popular in a time like this.
A massive thank you to the PTA for providing funds to purchase a telescope to support our students learning about Earth and Space Science, particularly astronomy.
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