Welcome back boys. I hope that you all have enjoyed your holidays and wished it was just a bit longer.
The Artist of the Week for Week 1 of Term 3 is Year 13 student Nathan Hill.
The annual winter interschool between Otago Boys' High School and Waitaki Boys' High School will be held in Oamaru on Wednesday 25 July.
Welcome back to another term in School House.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
These holidays - sweat the small stuff.
It has been another dynamic and exciting term for the Languages Department with boys really throwing themselves into the work with enthusiasm and passion.
We are a Young Enterprise Scheme business studies group that is providing a sports orientated Journal. The Driven Journal contains: goal setting advice, schedules, weekly planners, dietary advice, rec...
The conditions were perfect on Wednesday morning for a House Singing Competition in our outdoor theatre.
Tobias joined us in Term 1 this year from Abensberg near Regensburg in Germany. He is leaving at the end of this term to go back home and has been a remarkable international student.
The Harry Potter Quiz held in the library on Wednesday was written by Year 11 student Russell Nicholson especially for our no. 1 Harry Potter Mastermind, teacher Konrad Hanson.
Last month OBHS had the pleasure of hosting renowned sports journalist, Arnaud Beurdeley, who was in town following the French rugby team during their test series with the All Blacks.
Today, I thought I would talk about evolution and not quite in the way that we evolved from apes.
This weeks artist of the week is Year 13 student Yu-Chen Liu.
The annual winter interschool between Otago Boys' High School and Christchurch Boys' High School was played in Christchurch today.
Please read below for details regarding this weeks training's and the draw for this weekend.
On Saturday the 23rd of June, Daniel Visser and Aaron Nelson competed in the Otago Regional ROBOcup.
Each senior student pays an annual fee when undertaking NCEA. The account of each senior student has been charged $76.70.
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