Picture the situation: Its the first day of term three.
Rain never stops play at School House.
This week, the school has enjoyed the opportunity to welcome the Education Review Office team into the school.
Last weekend the South Island Diving Championships were held at Moana Pool.
For this week and next, we welcome the ERO team to our school.
Last night OBHS hosted and participated in the semis and final of the Dunedin Secondary Schools Debating Competition, run by the University of Otago.
Room 13 has been a hive of activity the past three weeks.
The annual Otago Secondary Schools Music Festival will be held at the Dunedin Town Hall on Tuesday 13 August at 6.30pm
Surfing is popular at Otago Boys'. Our team compete at the weekly secondary school surf ladder competition at St Clair every week in the summer.
Quick Rip is a fast game that combines 7's and ripper together.
The Otago Regional Council has a new door to door bus service, as the 19 BUS now goes along Arthur St North to the downtown Bus Hub and returns (takes 5 minutes).
Congratulations to Year 9 student Sam Hughes who has headed to Australia to compete in a number of dog sled races.
The first ski trip of the season returned from an enjoyable weekend at Cardrona on Sunday night. Eighteen hardy students made the most of the bountiful fresh snow despite rather cool temperatures.
Like Mr Hall has said multiple times this term already, we are at the business end of the year.
Please read the following notice with important information regarding impending snow days.
Decision making - how does anyone make a good decision?
Nevil Paterson shares some memories of his time at Otago Boys' and staying in Campbell House.
This unique opportunity will see New Zealands most promising young students come together to seek answers to some of the big problems supported and guided by mentors.
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