Eleven boys travelled to Central Otago last weekend to compete across two separate competitions.
On Wednesday evening Angus Henderson and Matt Pyper generously gave up two hours of their time to run the Statistics Scholarship session that our Year 12 boys have been attending every week since the ...
Spring league and secondary schools competition.
The Food and Nutrition department would appreciate ice cream containers with lids and brown paper bags.
Last week was an important one on the sporting calendar. Tournaments were held throughout the country.
Last Friday, James Howard and James Gardner competed in the Otago/Southland Road Cycling Champs.
The Otago Daily Times Class Act initiative identifies and celebrates the excellence of young people in our province.
The Junior O'MAthalon was held on Thursday, 25th August. It was the first time back after a number of years due to COVID.
Check your inbox for an email from CES with voting papers and instructions on how to vote.
Having returned from the Snow Farm trips last week, the Outdoor Education classes resumed their bike maintenance sessions.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted.
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Last week the Year 12 and 13 Outdoor Education classes each had a trip to the Snow Farm, in Wanaka.
The Siga Siga Trust Scholarship is awarded to present or past pupils of Otago Boys' High School to further their education at Otago Boys' High School, at any University or other institution of learnin...
This week at senior assembly, Angus Henderson (OBHS Head Boy, 2020) returned to explain his study technique and how to be successful in the NCEA external exams.
One hundred and fifty boys and their partners made their way to the Otago Museum on Saturday, 20 August for the Otago Boys' High School Year 13 formal.
Senior exams will be held in weeks 9 and 10 of Term 3.
Congratulations to Taka Sugiyama, Aleksander Kivilev and Neo Salomonsson who competed in the New Zealand Short Course Swimming Championships held in Auckland last week.
Congratulations to Sam Gavin and Max Napier on winning the National Secondary Schools - Regional Culinary Challenge - Southland, Westcoast, and Otago.
The world’s largest touch rugby tournament is being held in October this year, with over 450 teams representing various top schools both nationally and internationally, and OBHS is one of them.
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