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What better way to round off the year in Year 10 Languages than with a delicious hands-on culinary experience?
At 14 years old, Luke Woo has already developed and achieved a lot as a pianist.
Year 10 student Jonathan Tucker was crowned the J. J. J. Mallard Junior Fives champion in front of a large crowd this week, when he defeated fellow Year 10 student Fergus Oberlin-Brown in a final that...
Junior Prizegiving will be held on Wednesday, 15 December.
In sporting parlance, triple Olympic gold medallist Hamish Bond has a massive engine — and now he is getting behind one.
TJ Zimba knows how to make an entrance, using a skateboard to travel to Dunedin's most famous student address: 660 Castle St.
A life-long thinker and famed feather-ruffler, Sir Lloyd Geering, at the age of 103, is turning his thoughts to what he agrees is “the defining issue of a generation”. Just, not his generation.
McIndoe helped shape modern plastic surgery after using badly burned WWII airmen as his 'Guinea Pig club' is set to be told in a new musical
Our Bronze level Duke of Edinburgh group set out for an overnight expedition to the Rock and Pillar Range near Middlemarch last Thursday.
We cater for all the needs of our young men in many ways.
Don't get lost. Use the map to guide you around the school. If you do get stuck just ask someone for directions, or head to the school office and they will help you.
This original school haka was received with ‘vigorous applause by the boys to show their approval’ (1909). It has since had several changes.
Each course provides the opportunity for existing and future players to improve their skills in a curriculum based programme in their chosen sport.
The Parents Association will be holding uniform sales on Thursday, 20th January and Thursday, 27th January from 5pm until 7pm.
There are four Houses at OBHS, each named after a famous ‘Old Boy’.
Each House has an appointed Dean to oversee the pastoral care of every student.
It is fun and rewarding to improve, whether in sports, music or cultural experiences.
All of you have a uniform which you should be proud to be wearing. At Year 9 level the Dean takes special note of how the uniform is worn and the pride with which it is worn. It is important all items...
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