O'Dea High School

O’Dea Supports the Canned Food Drive for NW Harvest

Posted December 11, 2018

O'Dea High School

Thank you to the O’Dea community for all your support of the Canned Food Drive for Northwest Harvest. As a school we collected 4,221.9 pounds of food! We also raised a donation of $2,398 between our relaxed dress day and the generous gift of an anonymous O’Dea donor. Thank you to the National Honors Society students who weighed the donations and did all the heavy lifting. Another great example of the young men at O’Dea High School living lives of character, faith, and service.

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Thank you for Giving GOLD!

Posted November 28, 2018

O'Dea High School

Thank you to everyone who helped make our 2nd annual #GiveGOLD Day a success! This year we received 453 donations totaling $107,000, which will be used to enrich the education of the young men at O’Dea. The total number of donations was more than double what we received in 2017. What a testament to your belief in an O’Dea education!

We look forward to #GiveGOLD Day next year on Tuesday, December 3, 2019!

Please contact Allie Thomas, Advancement Director, at 206.923.7569 with questions.

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Give GOLD for O’Dea Today!

Posted November 27, 2018

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Today, we can come together and make a difference in the lives of the young men at O’Dea High School.

Thanks to the generosity of longtime O’Dea champion, Roy F. Simperman, we will receive a $20,000 match if we reach our goal of 300 donations in one day. We are just over 200 donations!

Please share this with people you know and help us reach 300 donations.

Click HERE to GiveGOLD for O’Dea! Thank you and GO IRISH!

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O’Dea Student Leaders Attend the Impact! Safe Schools Leadership Conference

Posted November 9, 2018

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O’Dea and Holy Names student leaders joined 100 other students from Seattle area high schools for the fifth annual Impact! Safe Schools Student Leadership Conference. This conference is hosted by a partnership of Seattle University, Seattle Public Schools, Seattle Archdiocese, Seattle Police Department, and Seattle Neighborhood Group. The conference has students engage in a series of activities and discussions to deepen understandings of bias and the importance of having difficult conversations in the face of conflict. The O’Dea students collaborated with other students, adult facilitators, and police officers regarding barriers and strategies to making our schools safer and more equitable. Thanks to David Sessoms, Max Samson, JT Rimorin, Thomas Endashaw, Alex Duong, and Andrew Varela for their thoughtful engagement!

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O’Dea Student Leaders Attend the ACTION Workshop

Posted October 8, 2018

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Three of O’Dea’s student leaders and Dublin House Dean, Mr. Will Chambers, recently attended the ACTION Student Leadership Workshop in St. Johns, Florida. O’Dea was joined by students and faculty from 14 Edmund Rice Christian Brother high schools throughout the United States and Canada. During this workshop, our students developed essential leadership skills, learned about the life and charism of Blessed Edmund Rice, and gained ideas and perspectives from their peers throughout North America. A major focus of the workshop was advocacy. Each school presented on one way in which they advocate for the poor and vulnerable in their society. The workshop was a great way for our students to realize they are part of a bigger network of Christian Brother schools who continue the work of Blessed Edmund Rice.

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