Under the watchful eye of Old Boy Thomas Stevens, OBHS students have been sitting Speech NZ’s Public Speaking and Communication syllabi in the Shand at lunchtimes and after school for the past three y...
Last Fridays brilliant weather was enjoyed by parents and next year's Year 9 students and staff of our school.
Camp was one of the best things I’ve ever done, and I think my class would agree. It helped us a lot, especially since our class has had a lot of ups and downs this year. But, as a class, we definitel...
Nothing like announcing there is a pile of free books to cause a stampede!!
On camp at Mt Aspiring we did lots of swimming.
This year has been extremely successful for OBHS students studying Speech NZ’s Public Speaking and Communication Syllabus in the Shand at lunchtimes and after school.
It’s hard to believe we are already in December, the final week of what has been a fantastic year.
Parents, as you read your son’s report there maybe be a few telling buzz words that creep in again and again: unfocussed, too social, easily distracted. And, if I’m honest, my own reports from high s...
9S have returned from a week at the OBHS lodge in the Matukituki Valley. In English this week they have written Haiku poems about their experiences.
The Otago Boys' Junior Water Polo team competed at the South Island Championships last weekend.
This morning our junior school was joined in our auditorium by our friends from down the hill at Otago Girls’ High School to enjoy our annual Tennyson Shield contest.
From 2018 there will be a new style of jacket for our junior boys to wear at school on wet and cold days.
There was further success for our teams in this week's Junior Cricket Tournament.
On Thursday the OBHS Junior Touch team broke a 5 year drought in winning the OSSSA Touch competition played at the Kensington Oval.
The finalists for the OBHS Junior Tennis Championships were found after a full day of tennis at the school courts on Thursday.
This week a team of Year 10 students competed in the Otago Regional Dodgeball competition held at the Metro Sports Centre in Dunedin.
This week our junior boys are completing an inquiry learning process into the proposed new harbourside development along the waterfront.
Andy Larson is chalking up last term of his 41-year teaching career, and all he can think about is how challenging it will be to fill his retirement days.
It was a good day!
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