The winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Christchurch Boys' High School was held in Dunedin on Tuesday. The final results were:
As the Foundation Scholarship recipient, I have been able to take some incredible education opportunities to look at student wellbeing.
Enthusiastic Year 10 - Year 12 students keen on Biology or who hope to study Health Sciences/Medical Sciences at University are encouraged to invest in their future and sign up for the New Zealand Int...
Last week Liam Turner, Cameron Miller, Anton Schroder and Nathan Hill were part of the 52 strong NZ Athletic team, who competed with another 550 athletes from 24 countries at the Oceania Games in Suva...
Things have been humming in Room 1 in preparation for upcoming junior exams. Prefects are leading lunchtime tutorials aimed at helping junior students across all their core subjects. While only a few ...
The 2017 School Council has supported a number of projects this year, the latest of which is pictured here.
This week was a big one for our students as boys, people and future adults. The school kicked off our first Assessment of Wellbeing in Education (AWE) Survey.
On 3 June I flew out of New Zealand and made my way over to Brussels, Belgium. I spent 1 night in Brussels before moving to a small town named Kemmel which was about a 10 minute drive to where the Mes...
Mates. To your left and your right, you’ve got your mates. Lads who will look after you. Throughout your Otago Boys’ journey, friends will be there alongside you.
The annual winter interschool fixture between Otago Boys' High School and Christchurch Boys' High School will be held in Dunedin on Tuesday 4th July. Please find below a timetable of events.
Our branch remains in very good heart, thanks to the loyalty of a solid core of long-standing members and the recent injection of some enthusiastic new blood.
Last Friday a group of our Pasifika students were invited to attend a workshop hosted by the University of Otago.
OBHS Old Boy Tom Hanson (2012-2016) is currently undertaking his corporal course having recently completed his basic training along with survival, escape and evade training.
Otago Boys' High School Old Boy Dave Henry (1951-54) led a full life recognised by many for his dedication to walking and charitable causes over the years.
Eleven teams from seven schools played for the thirteenth annual Otago/Southland Secondary Interschool Teams' Championship on Saturday 24 June.
Modern life seems to get busier and busier. School life is no exception.
The Otago Boys' High School band, The Sun Animals, consisting of Year 13 students Tom Sharp (lead guitar), George Alexander (drums), Seddie Hewitson (Bass), and Year 11 student Jack Fisher (vocals and...
OBHS Careers Advisor Andrew Swan was presented with an award for OBHS for our contribution to the Youth Employment Success scheme.
Recently there has been an influx of trench coat wearing males roaming the streets of Dunedin. Tall bearded men. Out on the town, rain or shine. Men who are not only full of knowledge on why the gover...
It has been an extremely musical week for a number of OB's boys. Amid school production rehearsals, many boys were also involved in the Rockquest, Chamber Contest, and The Big Sing.
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