Tēnā rā tātou, ko ngā uri nō maruwehi, nō maru tuna. Greetings to you all - descendants of awe inspiring ancestors.
On the 13th of May the Otago Boy’s orienteering team travelled down to Invercargill to compete in the Southland Schools Orienteering Championship.
The OBHS Rugby Club is pleased to announce the appointment of 3 people to help with our rugby programme.
This Wednesday was the first meeting for OBHS chess players Ryan Lau and Max Lough with 'chess pupils' at Otago Girls' High School.
The annual winter interschool between Otago Boys' High School and Southland Boys' High School was held in Dunedin today.
The Summer Blues Assembly was held on Tuesday morning acknowledging the achievements of those young men who have excelled in their sporting endeavours already this year.
The school Formal and Grandparents dinner make for a full on weekend in School House.
Our Kapa Haka Wairua Pūhou had a baking stall today to raise funds towards their trip to the National Secondary Schools competition in Palmerston North in 6 weeks time.
On Thursday night, the OBHS and OGHS School Councils' Quiz Night was held at the Otago Girls’ High School hall.
It is not the school's policy to promote any form of entertainment genre.
On Wednesday 23 May Otago Boys' will host Southland Boys' in the annual winter interschool fixture.
The 2018 production was a massive undertaking. With far more songs and dances to learn than previous years, we were hard pressed to get everything ready in time.
At Otago Boys', sport is a key component in the development of many of our young men.
Clean, green New Zealand. That was the centre of the junior debates Wednesday last week, where the house was an environmental group that wanted to scrap New Zealand’s clean, green image.
In junior Technology with Mr Richard Dougherty (Term 1 options), the first recipients of the Rectors Award for outstanding work have received their prizes.
All New Zealand state and state-integrated schools have a board of trustees, which is responsible for the governance and control of management of the school and ultimately accountable for the school’s...
The story of a Dunedin soldier who smuggled his violin to the front during World War 1 illustrates the human side of war and the power of music, the creators of a new book on him say.
The Student Council's free 'Breakfast with your Brothers' is even more popular now with the change in the weather!
Over the past few weeks OBHS has been casting a critical eye over our school values.
At the end of last term, 4 boys and myself set off for Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama for an 18 day trip of a lifetime.
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