Welcome to our Week 4 Newsletter
Every week at lunch time Tuesdays, Music Club meets in Room 119 to talk about everything and anything audible.
Well done to all the boys who have engaged in Food and Nutrition classes this week.
This was the best Southland Boys’ team we had seen in years - big, aggressive, structured and skilled. Pre-season they put away King’s College from Auckland, then Christchurch Boy’s High School. We we...
Last Saturday, Matthew Sims (Year 13 in 2020) was presented with his Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award at a function in Dunedin.
Ms. Hope's Year 11 Geography class were very fortunate to squeeze in their field trip to visit the Oceana Gold mine at Macrae's Flat on the day we went into lockdown!!
Following on from Nicholas's experience in Milford Sound with his father during the term one school holidays, Nicholas has joined his Gateway host employer for terms two and three.
The Year 9 robotics students have demonstrated our key value of perseverance this week as they began the Green City Challenge, a series of 8 challenges they must complete during this one term module.
A well known Dunedin businessman Martin was here as part of our positive masculinity programme.
Thursday lunchtime saw the OBHS prefects descend into Columba College for the annual Prefect Netball match.
This year, as part of the Young Enterprise Scheme one OBHS business has created a natural food topper to boost iron levels.
Members from the Year 12 and 13 Earth and Space Science classes, plus a few Year 11s went on a volcano tour around the North Island of New Zealand.
Below is a list of internal assessments that are due to be submitted next week.
OBHS are pleased to be supporting this year's Plunket Foundation, Boys helping Mums Lottery.
The Reunion is only 10 weeks away so we are closing in on a deadline registration and payment date. The numbers registered have exceeded our expectations however payments have been slow coming in so w...
This week it was the juniors turn to debate.
Most Fridays I work with BuildMe Dunedin LTD and do a range of jobs including building retaining walls or pouring concrete into pile holes.
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