It is my pleasure to write this report as Chairman of the OBHS Foundation.
Otago Boys' High School is one of New Zealand's oldest boys' schools, and its Shand building has been a part of the school since 1914
To lose your mother when you are 6 is the stuff of childhood nightmares.
Ripped clothing held together with safety pins, flowing long hair and punk rock music blaring wherever he went - it is hard to reconcile the 1970s image of George Kay with the mild-mannered teacher he...
Senior prize giving was held on Monday 2 November at the Regent Theatre. It was a special occasion to celebrate the students success throughout the year.
Kevin a Specialist Reliability Electrical Engineer at Rio Tinto, has been named on the Engineers Australia list of Australias Most Innovative Engineers 2020
Many OBHS old boys from the period 1963 to 1985 will remember with affection the wife of Rector Don MacLachlan.
Congratulations to the following Old Boys' for being awarded a Queen's Birthday Honours.
We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
Dr. William R. Cullen, FRSC, Professor Emeritus (Inorganic and Environmental Chemistry) passed away on December 1st, 2019. He was 86 years old.
Prof Fred Fastier celebrated his 100th Birthday on Friday 13 March. Fred is very much an Otago boy and was schooled at Otago Boys' High School from 1932-36.
A group of business-minded Dunedin pupils received multiple awards at a national young enterprise competition this week.
To fellow Old Boys, Foundation members, friends of the school and your families, season greetings.
This will be teeing off on Friday 28th February 2020 at Balmacewen Golf Course, and will once again be a must attend event for all golf playing supporters of the school.
University of Canterbury (UC) Emeritus Professors Murray Munro and John Blunt have been named among the top 1% of cited researchers worldwide.
I am now in my third month in New York City and I'm loving it. Thanks to the Old Boys' I have been able to start my academic career at St. Joseph's College in Brooklyn.
The Otago Boys High School Foundation was established in 2005 with the sole purpose of benefitting the school.
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