Are you a budding volleyballer or are you wanting to try something new and exciting?
Last week the OBHS top tennis team competed in the Otago qualifying tournament to represent Otago at the South Island Secondary Schools event which is to be held in Timaru in March.
A great couple of days to kick off the Mount Aspiring Camp season. The lodge celebrates 40 years on April 2nd and 10T has honoured this land with an enthusiastic start.
Year 13 student Cameron Miller competed in the U18 National Decathlon championships after turning 17 the day before the competition started.
Academically the school is in full swing. This week we have had, in the main, an uninterrupted academic week for most students. This means our classrooms, the core reason for our existence have been t...
The 2017 Otago Secondary Schools Triathlon Champs were recently held in Cromwell.
The trophy is played for annually between Otago Boys' High School and Timaru Boys' High School in memory of Mark Parker, a former Timaru Boys' and Otago Volts cricketer who died tragically in the Bali...
Tena koutou. A new school year brings new faces and challenges. We’re delighted to welcome so many new students to the school this year – if you are a new family to the school, welcome to our whanau.
World Read Aloud Day calls global attention to the importance of reading aloud and sharing stories. It celebrates the power of words and the right to literacy.
Hi, I am Andrés Heiremans, I am from Mendoza Argentina.
Wednesday saw the first interschool for the summer season with Otago Boys' heading to Timaru.
Building on what was a successful debate season last year, OBHS is entering three senior debate teams into this year's secondary schools and Russell McVeigh Regional competitions. Our boys are seasone...
Thank you to everyone who has contacted the school about donating goods etc. or helping at the Fair in April.
Brotherhood - What actually is a brother?
In this weeks senior assembly we recognised over 100 students for their successes in NCEA and Scholarship examinations.
Recovery Room Physiotherapy runs a clinic at school from the Shand Building. Their three physios, Matt Carrington, Alex Gough and Thomas Wardhaugh are happy to treat all students.
Extension resources for Science, Mathematics are now available to purchase from the school office. PE/Health resources will be issued by your sons teacher.
We received this lovely note and overdue text book last week in the post from a parent who made the discovery among their son's possessions.
A positive school tone in the playground and in school activities has been a feature of this week at Otago Boys' High School.
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