The Otago Secondary Schools Rowing Association Indoor Rowing Championships were held last weekend. The following results show OB's rowing is in good heart. Well done to everyone involved.
Please see the attached flyer for a special offer supporting Otago Boys' High School available at Noel Leeming from 7 November - 13 November.
Recently the International Futsal team - The World XI competed in the Dunedin Senior Futsal Competition held at the Edgar Cente. The team won all their matches scoring a remarkable average of 6 goals ...
Following his recent success at the South Island Judo Championships, Year 10 student Dylan Murcott travelled to Auckland last week for two days to compete at the National Championships. Here he won a...
On Saturday 26th November the Leavers' Dinner will be held at Forbury Park Raceway at 6.30pm.
Congratulations to Oscar Black, Shay Thom and Luke Mitchell who were members of the Otago 16th Grade Football team that competed in the South Island Representatives tournament in Timaru over the holid...
Excellence is a quality that surpasses ordinary or is unusually good. Surpassing ordinary doesn't take talent, it's not something you are born with, it's a mind set, you have to want to be better than...
Year 10 student Grason Veitch travelled to Timaru last weekend to represent Otago Boys' High School and compete in the South Island Secondary School Moto X Championships. Grason won both of the 12 - ...
At the weekend, a group of students took part in a Sustainability Group trip to the School Lodge.
100-year-old war veteran Wattie Thomas' may have slowed down in recent years, but his smile still lights up the room and his mind remains sharp.
Year 10 Food Technology students have started their new topic this week - Cultural Foods.
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NCEA exams are looming and OBHS has been offered the opportunity for students to receive tutoring with Big Think at a special reduced rate.
Otago Boys’ High School Blue had to overcome a nervy run-chase in the final to claim the McCullum Cup for the fourth straight year at Bayfield Park.
This week more than forty students supported the Blood Service's annual appeal for blood.
OBHS qualifies for Condor 7s Nationals for 6th year in a row. OBHS have continued an amazing winning streak of never losing a 7s match in the South Island for the last 6 years.
Twelve teams took part in this annual pre-season tournament.
Welcome back to Term 4. I trust that all students and their families enjoyed a well-earned break and are energised for the final term of the year.
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