I am really enjoying my time working at Hayward College. I am there every Friday from 8.30am - 5pm working with Helen and the other kitchen staff.
I was fortunate to be assigned to BuildMe Dunedin for my Gateway placement.
The new term has begun with the usual "hiss and roar", the latter seen in the volume produced at the annual House Haka Competition held on Wednesday. Well done McIndoe for their narrow but deserved vi...
Please read the following information in regards to the early closure of the school on Wednesday 6 June and Friday 8 June.
The middle weekend of the April holidays was a busy time for the Otago Boys orienteering team.
It was a case of nearly but not quite for the 14 boys who set off to conquer the Kepler Track last Saturday. We eventually made it to two of the three overnight stops but unfortunately, a track closur...
I am fortunate enough to be placed at Car Connection for my Gateway placement this year.
They asked me to write a speech. I ended up writing about 12, but none really grasped the point I wanted to get across.
At assembly this week, our 2018 Term One Students of the Term were announced. This award recognises one young man in each year level who has lived our school values: Respect, Perseverance, Honour, Cou...
I am currently in Year 13 and I am continuing on my placement from 2017 at Commercial Hire New Zealand and Transport Engineering Otago.
It was a beautiful day for the annual Inter-house School Haka competition today.
This year I was fortunate to continue my placement at Laser Plumbing.
The longstanding winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and King's High School will be held on Tuesday 15 May.
In my holidays I had the honor to attend the Elaine P Snowden Astronomy School.
Once again we are making our famous cheese rolls to fund raise for a new travel curtain for the stage in our Auditorium.
Our Pasifika homework club started this week.
I believe Term 1 has been a thoroughly enjoyable term for many in the school. Adjusting to the cold this week though has been a struggle!
This morning the entire school and guests took part in our annual ANZAC service.
On Tuesday of this week the 13 Classics class took the opportunity to see An Iliad, the Fortune Theatres current production.
Students in junior language classes have worked their socks off this term and are making great progress in both French and German with all boys hitting or exceeding the curriculum level expected of th...
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