Sam Kilsby speaking to the delegates at Conservation 2 Inc.
This week our Art students are highly appreciative of the completion of their purpose-built, modern learning stations.
The winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Southland Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Wednesday 25 May.
On Wednesday the Caversham Road Race was held at King's High School. OBHS had two junior and two senior teams take part.
Today saw the annual interschool clash with King's High School. Following are the results.
Here are some pictures of the first events of the day. Badminton, Chess, Basketball, Debating and Smallbore shooting kicked off the day for a huge number of enthusiastic participants.
Otago Boys’ were well represented at the annual Otago Secondary Schools’ Futsal Tournament in Dunedin. Nine teams in all, competing across the junior and senior divisions.
Otago Boys' has twenty students enrolled in the Gateway Programme (including six at Otago Polytechnic) for 2016. Students are placed with employers within an industry they would like to pursue upon le...
On Friday evening Jayden Henderson piped the Knox College rugby team onto the field at Forsyth Barr Stadium for their match against Selwyn College. Knox College won 19-12, this was the curtain raiser...
Last week I attended the Association of Boys' Schools of New Zealand conference in Wellington.
On behalf of the Otago Boys' High School Parents Association we would like to thank the school community for the fantastic effort everyone contributed to our cheese roll fundraiser. We were delighted ...
Year 13 students shared some reading time with pupils of Mornington School this morning.
Congratulations go to Hayden McAlister, Andrew Medlicott(Y11), Bailey Cavanagh Welch and Kelvin Weston(Y10) for their success in the National BrainBee competition.
Recently the Rowing boys and parents enjoyed a Sunday dinner at Zucchini Brothers Pizza and Pasta Restaurant.
Year 12 and 13 Outdoor Education classes are on their Dunedin Journey to learn more about their own back yard.
Listening! 9G Science class took advantage of the gorgeous autumn weather yesterday to head outside and investigate the sounds of the school, using clappers to reflect sound of the gym wall and to lis...
Available from the school office for $65 plus postage and packaging.
Now hanging in the library is a beautiful artwork made in 2015 by Year 13 student Brandon Scott-Smith.
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