The OBHS curling team had another great result coming away with a silver medal in the South Island Secondary Schools Curling Tournament.
Our Senior A basketball team finished runners-up at the South Island Secondary Schools’ tournament, losing to Christchurch Boys’ High School in the final on Saturday night.
This has been a busy week, both for those at school and those away at sporting tournaments. Teams have participated in basketball, football, hockey, rugby, chess and squash tournaments at various loca...
Two teams from Otago Boys’ qualified for this event and they travelled up to Ashburton to take on the regional winners from the rest of the South Island.
Ms Pru Casey (Teacher in Charge of Biology)is the recipient of the Maurice Wilkins Foundation Scholarship and is currently at the International Molecular Biology Conference in Nelson.
Year 13 student Christian Noakes is participating in the Gateway Programme and is hosted by Salmond College.
After an intense couple of days on the courts the South Island Secondary Schools' Basketball Tournament held in Dunedin has come to an end.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Nicholas Pryde on his selection onto the New Zealand team chosen to compete at the 2016 Australian State Teams Age Short Course Swimming Championships to be held in ...
After 13 years of the relatively carefree routine of school, trying to decide what comes next, preparing to leave our comfortable homes and to embrace independence. Although this speech is mostly aime...
Pizza adaptations. Year 9 students are currently working on bread products. These are the creations from last Friday. The boys learnt to make the perfect dough and had free creational reign over their...
Congratulations to our basketball teams which won the silverware at the finals night of the Dunedin Secondary Schools’ Basketball Competition on Friday night.
A group of 34 students ranging from Year 9 up to Year 13 enjoyed their trip to Coronet Peak at the weekend. Skiing conditions were excellent with fine weather and a good coating of snow without too m...
Black Fins captain Andrew McMillan helps create history in the Netherlands.
The Post Primary Teachers' Association has arranged a meeting for Tuesday 6 September. The PPTA has arranged this meeting under Section 26(2) of the Employment Relations Act 2000 to brief members on ...
Yesterday saw the start of the 'OBHS BYO-Team Debate Competition', which will unfold during lunchtimes during the remainder of the term.
This adventure education trip was an awesome opportunity for many of the students to step outside of their comfort zone and embrace the snow in and around Wanaka.
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Our combined Otago Boys’ and Otago Girls’ Pasifika choir, Cultural Chords, were asked to open the Big Sing finale which was held in Dunedin this week.
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