The Otago Boys' High School has a very active and supportive parents' association.
This original school haka was received with vigorous applause by the boys to show their approval (1909). It has since had several changes.
The school song was written by DWM Burn in 1909. Follow up Otago High was selected after a competition to find an appropriate school song that would create a feeling of enthusiastic loyalty to the sch...
The OBHS Lodge situated in the Matukituki Valley, Mt Aspiring National Park, is the jewel in our crown.
(Old Boy 1951-55) , A lifelong passion for science, education.
Congratulations to Jack Fisher and Ronan Geraghty who have been selected for the prestigious New Zealand Secondary Students' Choir 2019 and 2020 following nation-wide auditions in the recent school ho...
It is fun and rewarding to improve in things, whether they be sports, music or cultural experiences.
Each course provides the opportunity for existing and future players to improve their skills in a curriculum based programme in their chosen sport.
We cater for all the needs of our young men in many ways.
Kia ora, Talofa, Malo e lelei, Bula vinaka, Taloha ni and warm greetings.
Bring back our books!!!
Coming to school and arriving on time are the first steps in succeeding.
On Saturday, 24 November the OBHS Old Boys Society Leavers Dinner will be held at the Forbury Park Raceway at 6.30pm.
OBHS has recently re-established a Sports Council to provide oversight, guidance and direction to sport within the school.
The Dunedin Public Art Gallery played host on Wednesday evening, 17 October, 2018, to the Lion Foundation Otago Regional Young Enterprise Scheme Awards.
Transport to OBHS is provided by:
All of you have a uniform which you should be proud to be wearing. At the Year 9 level the Dean takes special note of how the uniform is worn and the pride with which it is worn. It is important all i...
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