I’m sure you are aware that the school bus service offered by Otago Road Services from Brighton directly to OBHS/OGHS ceased at the end of last term. You may have read the article in the ODT.
Here is the information you need for Monday. We are aware, especially given the new traffic light system that there may be some anxiety.
Welcome to our first newsletter of 2022.
An opportunity for a teacher of Design and Visual Communication, which includes supporting technology subjects, exists at our school.
Decision to ban mobile phone use at school from 2022.
On Wednesday morning the junior school assembled to celebrate the success of our junior students.
The Māori Education Trust 2022 Scholarship Programme is open, and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria.
In Year 10 art the students have looked at artist Shepard Fairey's Obama 'Hope' political campaign poster.
The administration staff would like to wish our school community a very Merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year. We look forward to welcoming current and new students along with their families t...
2021 has been another challenging year for everyone but I am extremely proud of the way the Rector, staff, pupils, and the wider Otago Boys’ High School community have supported each other over this t...
A good number of the class were there early on Sunday morning to load the bus and before 7am, with everyone present, Mr King waved us away.
Some great news.
What better way to round off the year in Year 10 Languages than with a delicious hands-on culinary experience?
At 14 years old, Luke Woo has already developed and achieved a lot as a pianist.
Year 10 student Jonathan Tucker was crowned the J. J. J. Mallard Junior Fives champion in front of a large crowd this week, when he defeated fellow Year 10 student Fergus Oberlin-Brown in a final that...
Junior Prizegiving will be held on Wednesday, 15 December.
In sporting parlance, triple Olympic gold medallist Hamish Bond has a massive engine — and now he is getting behind one.
TJ Zimba knows how to make an entrance, using a skateboard to travel to Dunedin's most famous student address: 660 Castle St.
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