Congratulations to Sam Gavin and Max Napier on winning the National Secondary Schools - Regional Culinary Challenge - Southland, Westcoast, and Otago.
The world’s largest touch rugby tournament is being held in October this year, with over 450 teams representing various top schools both nationally and internationally, and OBHS is one of them.
The Learn to Row Programme is designed to give students a taste of what rowing is all about.
The #SleepQ (Quality) study is a study of teenage sleep.
Another week provided yet another challenge.
The next meeting of the OBHS Parents Association will be held in the school staff room on Thursday, 1st September at 7pm. We would love you to join us. New members are most welcome!
The OBHS Parents Association would like to thank everyone who supported the recent cheese roll fundraiser.
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As Chairperson of the Dunedin Jazz Foundation and Director of "All Blues", the Otago Boys' and Girls' High School Jazz Band, I was very pleased to see students from across Dunedin performing and compe...
9G has been studying the language of advertising; the tactics that get us to open our wallets.
After a three year hiatus the Senior O'MAthalon was held again at Logan Park High School on Thursday, 18 August.
Year 11 Geographers are used to asking the big questions.
Three weeks ago I raced at the Under 19 Rowing World Championships.
Kia ora boys. If you don’t know me, I’m Nathaniel Williams, one of four brothers to go to Otago Boys' and this is my fifth and final year here.
The much-awaited hostel charter boat fishing trip finally got the go ahead on Sunday.
This week, the Rector received the following email from the New Zealand Curling Association.
Are you ready for real, frank and courageous conversations with your kids about the BIG issues?
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