Mountain biking has been underway since the beginning of the term. While the weather has not been great, it has not limited the tracks we have ridden too much.
We have a few traditions in this mighty school of ours. Whether its the Christs College interschool, the last word or, so it seems, having a rather large weekend with a rather large recap on the Monda...
The interschool fixture between OBHS and Timaru Boys' will be held in Timaru on Wednesday 20th June.
The Level 2 class are currently looking at evaluating sustainable food practices.
A record fourteen teams played in the fourteenth annual Otago/Southland Secondary Schools Chess Championships last Saturday in the John McGlashan library.
Please read below for review of the OBHS Rugby Club Open Day and for specialist training clinics week beginning 18th June.
The annual Star Wars Library Quiz took place at lunchtime today, with 5 very competitive teams jostling for supreme intergalactic domination.
From time to time we require homestay accommodation for both domestic and international students.
On Thursday, I went on a little tour of our technology rooms in period 2. Whether it be wood, metal, art media, or food, our boys were busy!
Last night, a dozen choir members headed to the town hall for a great night of music. Instead of our usual Thursday night choir rehearsals, we thought we should give our voices a rest and let someone ...
The OBHS Trio of Sean Woo, Joshua Lewis, and Boudewijn Keenan had a successful weekend in the NZCT Chamber Contest.
There has been a focus on Careers throughout term two with students involved in a range of career related activities.
Year 13 Chemistry students spent two days in the brand new Mellor Laboratory this week.
Counsellors working in youth mental health around Otago have been reporting an increasing demand on their services, accompanied by a steady rise in people in the 18-25 age group being admitted to emer...
Each Wednesday the E-library comes alive after school with the Pasifika Homework Club.
After his hugely influential talk with our Senior students at the start of the year, Mike King has accepted an invitation from OBHS to return to school to talk to our wider community early next term.
The artist for Week 7, Term 2, is Year 12 student Matthew Kinley.
Congratulations to Nathan Hanna, Ben Reeves, George Bright, Harley Ruru, Mitchell Hughan, Taiaroa Flavell, Tyler Summers and Xavier Herbert who recently represented Otago at the Under 19 National Bask...
This week at Junior assembly we recognised two young men who are going above and beyond both in and out of the classroom.
Mr Madden said it was an emotional occasion and Amal Clooney and the brides mother Doria Ragland were clearly moved.
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