I awoke at around 5am on Friday the 16th of March to my dog licking my face wanting outside.
Next Friday, 13 April, Otago Boys' High School will close early for tuition, at 1.15pm, to allow our teachers to run parent interviews with our hostel boys.
Congratulations to all of the staff and students who competed in the recent national summer tournament week.
On Wednesday the school was visited by a Royal New Zealand Navy Seasprite.
The 2018 Maadi Regatta was held at Lake Ruataniwha from the 18th to the 24th of March.
It was the 15th of May 2014, 3:25pm and I was lining up for my first ever 1500m race. Little did I know that this race would be one of my greatest ever failures.
The South Island Secondary Schools Athletics Championships were held in Timaru on 23 - 25 March.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Dylan Murcott who over Otago Anniversary weekend along with two other competitors from his judo club participated in the Wellington Open Judo Competition. Dylan won ...
The OBHS 1st Touch team recently competed in the South Island Championships which were played in Christchurch. The team performed admirably, overcoming controversy, exhaustion and fatigue. The boys ov...
As the 2018 rugby season fast approaches we want to encourage all new and existing players/parents to register by completing an OBHS Winter Sports Registration form that can be found at the school off...
Many of the Old Boys’, friends of the school, caregivers and parents may have heard by now that our project to secure more land and a home adjoining the hostel has been secured by Otago Boys’ High Sch...
Many thanks to those who have kindly donated to this project.
Dunedin-born multi Olympic and world rowing champion Hamish Bond has claimed elite time trial honours on the opening day of the Oceania road cycling championships in Tasmania.
What Otago Boys' is today, and aspires to be in the future, is only possible because of our wide community of support and the generosity of Old Boys' and other benefactors, past and present
We may have had a very quiet week or so in the hostel but our boys have certainly been involved in plenty of activities off site.
Recently I asked significant OBHS Foundation contributor, Grant Bowie (1971-1975); why he gave so generously to the Foundation.
The ASH Year 10 Snapshot is an annual cross-sectional census of New Zealand 14 and 15 year old school students smoking prevalence.
Community, is as I have often written about, central to the development of a confident, well-rounded OB's boy.
Last weekend, between 25 and 30 students participated in the Relay for Life at the Caledonian, raising money for the Cancer Society.
This year’s iteration of the Otago/Southland Road Cycling Championships was actually held on the road.
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