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A Whacky Family Farce is Coming to the O’Dea Community!

Posted February 9, 2018

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O’Dea and Holy Names drama students are busy rehearsing for their newest drama and can’t wait to share the laughs with you. The Imaginary Invalid will be performed at Holy Names Academy February 23rd at 7:00pm, February 24th at 2:00pm and 7:00pm, and February 25th at 2:00pm. Admission is $5 for students and seniors and $10 for adults. All are welcome!

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Fighting Irish bury the Prep Panthers to end the regular season!

Posted February 3, 2018

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The No. 4 Irish used a 16-0 run to open the second half and beat the No. 8 Panthers 62-48 to wrap up the regular season. The Irish will now enter the Metro League Playoffs. To view the 2018 Metro League 3A Boys Boys District Championship bracket click HERE.

And click HERE to read the full article in the Seattle Times recapping the Irish victory over the Seattle Prep Panthers.

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O’Dea Named Seattle’s First Microsoft Showcase School!

Posted January 5, 2018

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We are excited to announce that O’Dea was selected by Microsoft as a 2017-2018 Microsoft Showcase School as a recognition of excellence in transforming our students’ learning environment to deliver more personalized education. As a Showcase School we join an exclusive community of more than 850 premier schools from around the world, celebrating our pioneering efforts and innovation in rethinking teaching, learning and assessment in order to drive deep 21st century competencies. Anthony Salcito, Microsoft’s Vice President of Worldwide Education said O’Dea is “joining schools from across the globe who are empowering the student of today to create the world of tomorrow.”

Click HERE to learn more about what it means to be a Microsoft Showcase School. 

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Fighting Irish are STATE CHAMPIONS!

Posted December 2, 2017

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O’Dea’s longtime coach, Monte Kohler, gets another victory shower – 22 years later in 38-11 title win over Rainier Beach.

The 33-year O’Dea High School football coach with the second-most wins in state history behind one Tumwater legend was doused as the final seconds ticked off the clock in a 38-11 victory over Rainier Beach for the 3A state title on Friday in the Tacoma Dome.

Click HERE to read the full article in The News Tribune!

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O’Dea Student collects 18,000 lbs of food for Northwest Harvest!

Posted November 22, 2017

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Four years and more than 18,000 pounds of donated food – it’s quite the legacy high school student Sam Catherall is leaving behind.

When he began as a freshman at O’Dea High School, he collected more than 1,000 pounds of canned food for his school food drive, which is part of Home Team Harvest, the largest food drive in the state.

As a sophomore, he gathered more than 1,500 pounds. Junior year, about 2,500 pounds. This year, he wanted to hit 5,000 pounds.

Click HERE To see the full story on King5 News. Congratulations, Sam! And thank you to the rest of O’Dea High School that together brought in nearly 4,700 lbs of food this year. That’s a total of 18,000 lbs donated to Northwest Harvest just this year! 

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