The Otago Boys' High School’s Parents' Association has been very busy during the past year fundraising through many various activities to benefit the boys here at the school, and we would like to give...
I was very fortunate that an accident of birth had me born in Dunedin in 1929 in Nurse Ross’s maternity home on the corner of Elm Row & Arthur Street, just 300-meters from the OBHS memorial gate.
The ideal Christmas gift for both current and former students!
From the top of Signal Hill (with Chris Hamilton, one of the instructors), this week the boys did shuttle runs to enjoy riding the downhill tracks, namely the Jump Track and Ginger Cougar.
Congratulations to Year 9 student Theo Smith who was awarded the cup for Best Male Skier during week 1 of the Otago Ski Club 2018 Ski Camp.
The Mitchell Cup competition hots up.
Please see below for information from the Rugby Club week beginning 30th of July.
There are a few spaces available on the Volcanoes Tour of the North Island, from 28th September to the 3rd October.
This will be the final last word I will ever give to this school. Not by choice, not because I don’t like giving them. But because my time at this school is coming to a close, much sooner than I would...
This Wednesday (1 August) the school will close to students at 1pm to allow staff to prepare for the school's Open Night.
This week's final winter inter-school was a special occasion for the OBHS Debating Club.
Attracting audiences of over 6,000 throughout the day, and many more via live-stream broadcast.
I hope you enjoyed time as a family over the holidays and that you enjoyed in the second week in particular, some of the excellent weather.
On Saturday the 7th of July, 28 Year 12 and 13 students embarked on what was described as “the trip of a lifetime” along with Mr Tagg, Ms Moore and Mr Hanson.
At assembly this week the Students of the Term for Term 2 were announced. Congratulations to the following recipients.
The annual winter interschool between Otago Boys' High School and Waitaki Boys' High School was held in Oamaru on Wednesday 25 July.
The team of 15 boys and 4 staff departed from Dunedin on Thursday 5th July for the Kanga Cup tournament in Canberra Australia.
Old Boy Gerald McGhie gives a fascinating and insightful account of some of the highlights of almost 40 years as a New Zealand diplomat
More than 13,000 miles, and more years than I would care to specify, divides me from my happy and constructive time as a pupil of Otago Boys' High School in Dunedin
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