Students are currently working towards the influence of multinational food corporations on eating patterns in New Zealand. Practicals are based around 'healthy fast food' alternatives. Rice balls on M...
Connections are important for us all. As human beings our ability to connect to each other is a fundamental survival tool.
A huge thank you on behalf of the Flight Centre and the Halberg Disability Sport Foundation to Flynn Meyer for volunteering his time to support the Disability Water Sports Day held at Brighton Beach a...
On Monday afternoon the interschool tennis team trained on the refurbished courts with extra coaching from Otago representative player Ryan Eggers.
The Year 13 biology class were invited to tour the School of Physical Education last week and to test their skills in the flume, on the VO2 Max treadmill and hot room.
We would like to thank the families that have supported the school by purchasing their sons 2016 stationery and senior workbooks from Paper Plus.
Bad news before the team had even departed. Louis Harris suffering a broken collar-bone and wrist while training on the eve of the race; our Intermediate boys’ team out.
An outstanding effort by these three hostel boys who represented Southland Athletics in the nationals last weekend.
Our Senior Volleyball team travelled to Christchurch last weekend to participate in the Senior Volleyball Mainlands (South Island) Tournament.
On Tuesday we remembered the life of Alexander Aitken, father, World War One veteran, mathematical genius, teacher, sportsman, musician and old boy. We were lucky enough to be joined by his niece, Bev...
After major fundraising efforts the Parents Association were able to purchase and have presented the school with a defibrillator.
9T English prepares themselves outside on a glorious Dunedin day and presents slam poems centred around the theme of "identity" - some very impressive performances here!
10T spent last week at Mount Aspiring.
The 'Heads of Boarding Student Conference' was held at St Matthews Collegiate in Masterton last weekend. OBHS Head of House Mitch Pryde attended and has returned to the OBHS Hostel brimming with idea...
Today our students had the opportunity to visit the Defence Forces bus as part of their future career planning.
This week saw the start of the Dunedin Secondary Schools Senior Debate Competition. A seven round contest run by the University of Otago involving schools from around Dunedin.
As parents of boys you will know that the majority of our young men are involved in some type of physical activity.
Another week has flown by and we are close to the halfway point of the first term.
OBHS students competed at the South Island Regional Surf Life Saving Championships held at New Brighton last weekend with much success.
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