Winning the title of Young Farmer of the Year was a dream come true for a Milton man who has fond memories of watching the competition as a child.
Reminder that your son's exam fees are due by Wednesday 23 August 2017.
This week at assembly the Students of the Term for Term 2 were announced. Congratulations to the following students:
When this school turns 200, we seniors will all be in our 60’s. We may have children, possibly even grandchildren. What stories will you tell them? One of mine will be when I was in Year 10 and gettin...
The winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Waitaki Boys' High School was held in Dunedin on Wednesday. The results were:
Wairua Pūhou, our OBHS & OGHS combined Kapa haka group, had an excellent performance in this year's regional competition.
Every July the Shanghai People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries and the Shanghai Youth Federation sponsor an International Youth Interactive Friendship Camp.
Tynon is a Year 13 student currently on placement with JP Kitchens.
OBHS was represented by three cyclists at the South Island Road Cycling Championships in Christchurch recently. In chilly, but fine conditions, the boys time trialled and scratch raced their way aroun...
Mr Gabbusch and his Year 9 Literacy class have been regulars this term in the library and it has been great seeing them working on their reading logs and discussing their books with them. Their last c...
Sadly the end of the term sees us say goodbye to three international students.
We are pleased to announce the winners of the school’s inaugural photo competition, “What it means to me to be an OBHS student."
The annual winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Waitaki Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Wednesday 26 July. Below is a timetable of events.
Seven of our Gateway students joined forty others from Otago Schools to attend the BCITO Big Construction Tour last week.
The Otago Boys' Parents Association help serve the afternoon teas at the home interschools.
The South Island Brain Bee Championship was held at the Hutton Theatre on Tuesday.
Disappointing. Distracting. Dysfunctional.
When I put my name down for the 2017 Otago Boys' and Otago Girls' production I was expecting a lot. Having participated last year, I didn’t think It could be much better than our previous performance.
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