The childhood dream of South Otago farmer Nigel Woodhead came true when he won the right to represent Otago/Southland as a Grand Finalist at this year’s 2017 FMG Young Farmer of the Year.
Imagine you were given $1,440 per day, and were told that at the end of each day, whatever you didn't spend, would be taken off you.
The Red Cross Youth Emergency Preparedness Programme (YEPP) is designed to teach young people knowledge and skills to increase the levels of personal emergency preparedness within the community.
Hamish is a Year 13 student currently on placement with Dean Wooltorton Builders.
This week we awarded our Summer Blues. This is a special assembly and one that is steeped in tradition.
The annual winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Christ's College will be held in Christchurch on Monday 12 June and Tuesday 13 June. Below is a timetable of events.
"Ma’au i lou ofaga. Maua’a lou fa’asinomaga” – “Keep your identity alive to thrive”
Get a team together and enter at the library!
“Lift up your head, open your eyes and you’ll realise that this media we call social is anything but, when our lives are mostly digital and our doors always shut”.
Term 2 has been busy with all our students involved in careers related activities.
Hello everyone! So I’m sure most of you have already heard about this but Otago Boys’ High School is participating in the Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand’s annual Shave for a Cure event.
On the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Messines Teddy George a Year 11 student represented Otago Boys' High School.
One hundred and four boys and their partners made their way to the Otago Museum on Saturday 27 May for the annual Year 13 Otago Boys' High School formal; a great representation of the year group that ...
Ever wondered why almost every kid in Canada wants to be a hockey player? Ever thought about giving it a go yourself?
Another financial year has ended with another close to break even result for the Foundation.
Year 12 student, Andrew Medlicott, was recently named in the New Zealand Overwatch team to compete in the World Cup this year.
The door shed its skin as it swung. Fragile flakes of black peeled off in its wake and fell to the floor, resting on the dry, withered wooden planks.
The countdown is on to the opening of our combined OBHS/OGHS 2017 production of Disney's High School Musical.
The Summer Blues Assembly which was held this week acknowledged the achievements of our young men who have excelled in their sporting endeavours this year.
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