We would like to acknowledge the recent passing of the following Old Boys' of the school. We will remember them.
At a recent school assembly old boy Stephen Anderson was our guest speaker.
This book is available for purchase from the school office for $60
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...
Mr Madden said it was an emotional occasion and Amal Clooney and the brides mother Doria Ragland were clearly moved.
Mike Hesson will resign as coach of the Blackcaps, effective from 31 July.
The story of a Dunedin soldier who smuggled his violin to the front during World War 1 illustrates the human side of war and the power of music, the creators of a new book on him say.
Congratulations to Old Boys' Ricky Jackson and Sione Asi for making the Under 20 squad for the World Rugby Championship. You have worked so hard to get to this point in your career and we wish you all...
Hayden Parker became the highest-scoring New Zealander in a single Super Rugby match but it was not for a New Zealand team.
Dunedin historian Peter Entwisle strongly raised awareness of Dunedins built heritage and incisively promoted its protection and the creative reuse of heritage buildings. He died recently at his city ...
There was a small but very moving ceremony at Ockero churchyard for John Charles Williams (served 1939-45 War, Sgt. R.N.Z.A.F., killed of active service 1942) during my visit on 25 April.
Many of the Old Boys, friends of the school, caregivers and parents may have heard by now that our project to secure more land and a home adjoining the hostel has been secured by Otago Boys High Schoo...
Many thanks to those who have kindly donated to this project.
We are still seeking funds to help cover the costs of recently purchased devices.
Dunedin-born multi Olympic and world rowing champion Hamish Bond has claimed elite time trial honours on the opening day of the Oceania road cycling championships in Tasmania.
What Otago Boys' is today, and aspires to be in the future, is only possible because of our wide community of support and the generosity of Old Boys' and other benefactors, past and present
Recently I asked significant OBHS Foundation contributor, Grant Bowie (1971-1975); why he gave so generously to the Foundation.
Community, is as I have often written about, central to the development of a confident, well-rounded OB's boy.
On Tuesday 30 January 2018 the Otago Boys High School 1st XI played their first traditional fixture of the year against the Old Boys XI.
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