O'Dea High School

Winter Open House – January 4th!

Posted December 7, 2017

Winter Open House is Thursday, January 4th at 6:00 PM. Please join us! The event will begin with a general program and brief presentation at 6:00 PM in the library followed by an open session. The open session provides prospective students and families the opportunity to tour campus, visit classrooms, and attend a Varsity Basketball practice in the gym. O’Dea will validate parking at the Cabrini Center Garage located across the street from the O’Dea parking lot on Marion Street. No RSVP is required. Questions? Please contact the Admissions Office at 206.622.1308 or kpatterson@odea.org.

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Thank you for Giving GOLD!

Posted November 30, 2017

Thank you for your tremendous support of O’Dea’s first annual #GiveGOLD Day. Along with the generous matching donation of Roy F. Simperman, we raised over $70,000! Your contributions will be used to help enrich the lives of our students. We appreciate your generosity and realize O’Dea High School would not be where we are without the incredible members of our community.

If you missed out on #GivingTuesday and would still like to #GiveGOLD please do so by clicking HERE!

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Christmas Family Project

Posted November 26, 2017

Our Christmas Family Project with Providence Regina House is underway! Sign-ups for purchasing gifts for our partner families have begun in Mentor Groups. Parents can check the below links for their son’s Mentor Group to see what gifts their son has signed up for. You can also feel free to sign up for additional items to help fill in any gaps. The wrapping/delivery will take place Friday, Dec. 15, following the Christmas Prayer Service. 

We hope everyone will support this project in any way they can. Here are some ways you can get involved:

  1. Buy an item on the wish list and bring it to your Mentor Group.
  2. Buy an item not on the list!  Whole-family gifts, Christmas decorations, dinner items, household items, non-perishable food or supplies, grocery-store gift cards, gas cards, warm blankets… anything is welcome and will certainly be appreciated.
  3. Buy or donate wrapping paper, gift bags, gift tags and boxes of all sizes.

The Mothers’ Club is also still in need of volunteers to help with the gift wrapping, providing food to the Mentor Groups, and to help take down Christmas decorations. Please click HERE to sign-up.

If you have any questions regarding the Christmas Family Project, please email Waterford House Dean Brandon Maul.

Thank you for helping bring holiday cheer to families in need this holiday season!























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