Thank you to all those who have registered for the Hostel 150th Reunion.
For my last word today I have selected a topic that is very important to me and is prominent in today's society, racism.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
Head of Maths, Mr Sykes, meets up with about a dozen keen boys on a Thursday morning at 7.30am for a run around the Town Belt before school.
Sport makes a long awaited return to the hostel.
Dunedin-born actor Bruce Allpress, who appeared in long-running 70s TV show Close to Home, and had roles in The Piano and Lord of the Rings, has died aged 89.
Gold medal-winning rower Hamish Bond has been voted athlete of the decade in a public vote at this years Otago Sports Awards.
Since returning to school this term we have had a visit from Lincoln University and next week the University of Otago will visit to promote scholarship applications for 2020.
As we have now moved to Alert Level 1 no physical distancing is required on buses and the usual service delivery has resumed.
At Otago Boys we have four active beehives.
Corporal Tom Hanson was the loadmaster and hoist operator who lifted the pair missing from Kahurangi National Park to safety.
Thanks to generous sponsorship from Mitre 10 the school now has new outdoor seating.
Many OBHS old boys from the period 1963 to 1985 will remember with affection the wife of Rector Don MacLachlan.
It's time for our annual Harry Potter quiz.
The annual Cross Country along with a hotly contested Gumboot Throw competition were held in fine but cool conditions on Tuesday afternoon.
The hostel successfully bounces back from covid lockdown
The hostel successfully bounces back from COVID lockdown.
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