Otago Boys’ High School is a Year 9-13 secondary school for boys. It was established in 1863. Today there are over 800 students including approximately 150 hostel boys and a small number of internatio...
Over the weekend Zishen Fu competed in the Table Tennis Otago Southern Shield Clash against Southland where Otago were victorious in retaining the Shield with a 61-43 win. Zishen led by example as tea...
I have come a long way since leaving Otago Boys' High School in 1972. And it took persistence to get here, and I am not just talking about getting to Perth in Western Australia, where I now live.
The Otago Secondary Schools' Duathlon Championships were held in the weekend.
The weather was outstanding and the snow plentiful for the School House ski trip on Saturday.
On Thursday our Junior School was based in the auditorium as they engaged in our annual Resilience Day, part of OBs’ wider wellbeing programme for our students.
A quick switch from backpacking to basketball has proven successful for Benoit Hayman.
Former Otago pitcher Ben Watts has been named in the Black Sox
Congratulations to Daniel Visser and Aaron Nelson who competed in the Robocup Junior New Zealand National finals last weekend.
The summer sports season is due to commence.
Signal Hill has been the training ground for several of our mountain bikers preparing for the up-coming South Island Schools’ Mountain Biking Championships.
The Parents Association is offering the school a community fundraising seller that I know that everyone uses. TOILET PAPER!!!
This was again another superb display of controlled football on the Wembley like surface of Littlebourne.
On the 17th of September a group of twelve Otago Boys’ students represented both schools in the 2018 Get2Go challenge, a multi sport event.
The 2018 financial year has involved many discussions of what the Foundation represents and how they are to co-exist with the OBHS Old Boys' Society.
Stock Drive - The Stock Drive initiative came about following discussions with some Old Boys including Roger Landels, Brent Taylor and Brett Burgess.
Otago Cricket is working in partnership with Wayne Goldsmith while he is in Dunedin as part of his national tour next month.
Winter Blues were presented at assembly this week. These are an acknowledgement of the achievements for students who have excelled in their sporting codes throughout the winter season.
This year we had four candidates nominated for the Student Representative on the Board of Trustees.
Today I’d like to talk about overcoming adversity by telling you a few stories. One is about an elephant, the other is about a chicken (sort of).
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