During the first weekend of the holidays Riley Jellyman, Max Lough, Ryan Lau and Ethan Lau travelled up to Christchurch to represent Otago at the National Secondary Schools Chess Finals. The top eight...
Former Head Boy and Olympic medalist, Hamish Bond, was the guest at Friday morning's Blues assembly.
On Tuesday at senior assembly the Cultural Blues for 2017 were presented. Congratulations to the following students.
As well as the longer twilights and warmer weather to encourage riders out on their bikes there were a lot of events to keep our School cyclists busy during the holidays.
Our value of the term is Excellence - there are many ways to describe excellence.
As you might know my name is Hunter Kindley and as you might not know my middle names are Robert William named after my granddad Robert William Kindley who attended this school in 1929.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
On Thursday night, the finals for the Dunedin Senior Secondary Schools' Futsal Competition were played.
On Thursday evening three OBHS teams competed in the Interschool Chemisty Quiz held at the Hutton Theatre.
Congratulations to Year 11 student Cameron Porteous and Year 10 student Angus Faulks who will both head to Rotorua next week to attend theTouch New Zealand U16 TID Camp.They were picked to attend this...
Year 9 Design and Visual Communication students (Graphics) are finishing the term printing 3D key rings.
On Monday morning four Otago Boys' High School students along with students from other local schools attended a Captains Breakfast held at Otago Polytechnic.
The boys pictured are Otago Football Reps and will be playing in South Island tournaments in Queenstown (13th grade) and Dunedin (14th grade) these holidays. Congratulations and good luck from OB's.
The end of Term 3 sees the departure of two of our International students.
On Wednesday 20 September we were privileged to host seven agents from the EDICM agency who are based in Tokyo.
Year 11 Art students have had to dig it in this week with a mere three weeks before the final twelve credit external examination finish line.
Ravensbourne Youth Yachting Trust
First comes blackness. After years, when nails are scarred, raw from boredom, hunger consumes the mind comes a pinprick of light. Just a speck, so small we turn away, continue listening to the complai...
Thanks to the generosity of Harraways and the School Council, students have been able to get a bowl of hot porridge for breakfast to start the day off well.
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