OBHS has recently re-established a Sports Council to provide oversight, guidance and direction to sport within the school.
The Dunedin Public Art Gallery played host on Wednesday evening, 17 October, 2018, to the Lion Foundation Otago Regional Young Enterprise Scheme Awards.
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All of you have a uniform which you should be proud to be wearing. At the Year 9 level the Dean takes special note of how the uniform is worn and the pride with which it is worn. It is important all i...
Every boy is a member of a vertical form class based on their house. This means you are in a house group of Year 9-13 boys.
In the first weekend of the school holidays the two chess teams (consisting of Max Lough, Ryan Lau, Vann Louie Llanos and Ethan Lau in the A team, and Noah Oseki, Nicolas Wright, Luke Geddes and Aaron...
Congratulations to Year 9 student Whetu Price-Koopu who last weekend competed in the 2018 Christchurch Seido International Karate Tournament in the Youth Kata competition.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Ryan Dey who recorded a number of personal best times at the National New Zealand Secondary Schools Swimming Championships held in Wellington recently.
A Development Squad travelled to Australia for five games against Sydney schools in the first week of the holidays.
The Artist of the Week for Week 1 of Term 4 is Year 11 student Liam Connolly.
A reminder for parents and caregivers.
Each House has an appointed Dean to oversee the pastoral care of every student.
JR McKenzie Youth Education Fund - Application for Assistance.
There are four Houses at OBHS, each named after a famous ‘Old Boy’.
The Senior Leadership team led by the Rector, manage the day to day running of the school.
I extend a warm welcome to all new students and thank you for making this your school of choice.
If there is one thing that is predictable about planning an expedition at this time of the year, it is that the weather is certainly not!
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