Otago Boys’ High School still stands as THE ‘school on the hill.’
In 2011 Otago Boys’ High School raised a substantial amount of money for Ward 8C (Oncology) in the Dunedin Public Hospital. The funds raised were used to refurbish a room to be used by young patients...
We have enjoyed celebrating Tongan Language Week at Otago Boys'. Our weekly notices featured Tongan phrases and key facts about the Friendly Islands.
10A are busy working towards their Creative in Science and Technology (CREST) Awards.
Yes, he is a master of the vague.
The Ravensbourne Youth Yachting Trust is starting a new program focused on the fun and intricacies of sailing and racing for the season 2017/18.
Feed the Beast is a unique and exciting urban obstacle relay. The next event which consists of a 1500m loop with fun and achievable obstacles is being held at Otago Boys' High School at the end of Oct...
Context: This opinion piece is based on the idea of the on-road dominance of a car. This was quipped by Maria Konnikova who said in her article “whichever mode of transportation you currently happen t...
Congratulations to Year 11 student Thomas Ryan who has been selected in the Otago Under 20 provincial rowing
team. Thomas will compete in the mainland provincial rowing regatta on October
7th and 8th.
The Otago Boys’ High A Team successfully defended their title at the championships which were held this week in Ashburton.
Training the brain for optimal performance in the classroom, on the field, court, stage or in an exam… and, more importantly, for life.
Our choices define our character, you are who you are because of the choices you’ve made up until this point. These choices can vary from being as small as deciding to start a conversation with someon...
New Zealand Secondary Schools Tournament Week brings together top level secondary schools, individuals and teams to compete in their chosen sports at a variety of venues around the country.
Last week a group of our Year 11 and 12 students attended the Rangatahi o Te Moana programme for 5 days at Ōtākou Marae.
The Year 9 Blue team made this year’s final after an unbeaten run through the round robin competition on a Wednesday afternoon.
A group of our Pasifika students attended the third installment of the Dare to Succeed programme last Friday.
Our Pasifika Cultural Group (Tama Ole Aisa) had a well deserved break from rehearsals at lunch time on Thursday to partake in a fundraiser to help OGHS raise funds for their Pasifika group.
Congratulations to OBHS 1st XI Football team who defeated Kavanagh College 1st XI 3 – 1 in the final of the Dunedin Secondary Schools competition held at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday.
The parent as the 'police'.
I guess the best way to start is to provide context and a bit of overview about why I was in America. I play a competitive computer game called “Overwatch” semi professionally. “Overwatch” is a game i...
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