The Importance of Recognition.
At senior assembly this week centurion badges were presented to Year 13 students.
Our Year 10 Economics class have been hard at work over the last couple of weeks producing school drink bottles in order to raise funds to go towards a new school drinking fountain.
Following is the timetable for Mathematics tutorials prior to NCEA exams.
The Term four Schools’ futsal competition kicked off on Thursday night. It was a great start to the season for Otago Boys’ High School, unbeaten across the six matches played.
This year's prizegiving for the whole school is being held at The Regent Theatre on Thursday 2 November at 7.00pm and the expectation is that all boys will attend.
Traditionally Otago Boys' High School has recognised the significant milestone of the Year 13 leaver. To us as a school, and to you as parents, this is the end of a significant chapter of your young m...
Well where to start? I have been given the task of somehow trying to write a summary of the 2017 India/Sri Lanka cricket tour and to be honest I genuinely don’t know where to start. Therefore, to save...
Kia ora, Talofa, Malo e lelei, Bula vinaka, Taloha ni and warm greetings.
It has been a busy time for all our Art students as they finish up a year's work for their NCEA portfolios.
In the middle of the second week of the holidays, our Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award group set out on another epic adventure – walking the Hollyford Track.
From the start of next year all boys taking PE, or participating in High Performance training are required to wear either a "House" t-shirt or "House" singlet as shown.
During the first weekend of the holidays Riley Jellyman, Max Lough, Ryan Lau and Ethan Lau travelled up to Christchurch to represent Otago at the National Secondary Schools Chess Finals. The top eight...
Former Head Boy and Olympic medalist, Hamish Bond, was the guest at Friday morning's Blues assembly.
On Tuesday at senior assembly the Cultural Blues for 2017 were presented. Congratulations to the following students.
As well as the longer twilights and warmer weather to encourage riders out on their bikes there were a lot of events to keep our School cyclists busy during the holidays.
Our value of the term is Excellence - there are many ways to describe excellence.
As you might know my name is Hunter Kindley and as you might not know my middle names are Robert William named after my granddad Robert William Kindley who attended this school in 1929.
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