O'Dea High School

Tony Flor 17′ named NW Catholic Student of the Month!

Posted May 31, 2017

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Congratulations to senior, Tony Flor, on being named the June 2017 NW Catholic Student of the Month.

“Tony is an outstanding member of the O’Dea community,” said nominator John O’Neill. “He leads by example always.” He was a first-team all-league offensive tackle and linebacker and defensive MVP for O’Dea’s football team, which made it to the 3A state championship game in 2016. He is also an All-American lacrosse player and captain of O’Dea’s Kilkenny House. Tony has a 3.69 GPA and is an extraordinary minister of holy Communion at St. Luke Parish in Shoreline.

Click here to view the article online.  Congrats, Tony!

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Congratulations 2017 Scholar Athletes!

Posted May 19, 2017

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Congratulations to our 2017 Scholar Athletes, Jason Wong ’17, Tony Flor ’17, and Dominique Gates ’17. These young men were acknowledged by “the 101 club”, formed 80 years ago by members of the Washington State Athletic Club, in an effort to support amateur athletes.  Jason, Tony and Dominique were recognized for their hard work, commitment, and leadership both on and off the field! Congratulations to these young men for receiving this honor. Go Irish!

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Xavier Smith commits to play basketball for Oregon State!

Posted May 9, 2017

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Congratulations to senior, Xavier Smith, on making a commitment to play basketball for Oregon State University. Xavier averaged 18.6 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.3 steals per game this past season. To read the full article in the Oregonian please click here. Go Irish!

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O’Dea Lacrosse Takes a Trip to San Diego!

Posted April 27, 2017

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The O’Dea Lacrosse Team worked hard to raise funds for an organized trip to San Diego over spring break. In addition to daily practices, two games, and team building exercises, Coach Craig Snyder (U.S. Naval Academy graduate) was able to secure a visit to the Navy Seal Special Warfare Training Center. This was an exceptional opportunity for our young student-athletes to learn about personal accountability and responsibility, leadership development, and to strengthen their brotherhood.

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O’Dea named 2016-2017 Outstanding Catholic School!

Posted April 3, 2017

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We are excited to share that the Archdiocesan School Board and Office for Catholic Schools has selected O’Dea High School as the 2016-2017 Outstanding Catholic School. Awarded to one of 74 Catholic schools in the Seattle Archdiocese on behalf of Archbishop Sartain, the recipient of this annual recognition demonstrates “commitment and dedication to Catholic education.” In a letter from Superintendent, Dr. Haggarty, he stated “I am reminded, often, of the banners that hang outside the school. Brotherhood. Excellence. Diversity. Tradition. Catholic. Service. Responsibility. These are not only words adorning the exterior of the campus, they are verbs, that permeate the school culture. They remind us all that O’Dea develops students into young men of character, faith, and service.” Thank you to our entire O’Dea community for supporting us as we work to advance O’Dea’s mission of providing a quality Catholic education. Go Irish!

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