On Sunday and Monday the first summer interschool of the season was held.
Three OBHS students have been selected to compete in upcoming New Zealand diving events.
Congratulations to Year 11 student Nic Swale who last weekend competed in the Youth Mini Stock section of the Central Motor Speedway in Cromwell.
One of the big events at the Fair will be our Silent Auction.
The Athletics Day is TOMORROW, Friday February 7 at the Caledonian Ground.
NCEA Level 1 and 2 Centurion Awards were issued at assembly this week.
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The Mori Education Trust 2020 Scholarship Programme is open and offers scholarships to Mori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarships criteria.
Welcome to the first School House news for 2020. We have had an excellent start to the year with the Year Nine boys starting extremely well. As always, we had a few tears from both boys and mothers at...
Welcome to the first School House news for 2020. We have had an excellent start to the year with the Year 9 boys starting extremely well. As always, we had a few tears from both boys and mothers at th...
Okinawa is the birth place of all Karate. Over the years, various styles and focuses have evolved but the styles in Okinawa remain true to the essence of what Karate is. The Karate class at OBHS is de...
We are looking for members of our school community who would be available to help with the school fair which is being held on Saturday 4 April.
Welcome to Otago Boys High School, your home for the next 5 years.
Each week at senior assembly one of our Prefect's present their "Last Word". We like to share these with the school community.
Following are a list of scheduled interschool dates for 2020.
On Tuesday 28 January 2020 the Otago Boys High School 1st XI played their first traditional fixture of the year against an invitational Old Boys XI in a 40 Over fixture on Littlebourne.
Tell us about the activities and successes your son has been involved in so that as a community we can celebrate with them.
The year has started well. The weather has improved, our boys are smiling, and we are down to business in our classrooms.
Please note these events in your diary.
The Otago Peninsula Community Board (OPCB) offers two scholarships per year to the value of $300 each to assist secondary school aged pupils who live on the Otago Peninsula to participate in leadershi...
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