O'Dea High School

O’Dea High School draws students from 95 zip codes throughout the greater Seattle area. Students use a variety of transportation methods including O’Dea’s morning shuttle, public transportation, carpooling, and driving.

All youth age 18 and under can ride public transit for free on services provided by the following transit agencies:

  • Everett Transit
  • Community Transit
  • King County Metro
  • Kitsap Transit
  • Pierce Transit
  • Sound Transit

O'Dea Morning Shuttle

West Seattle Bus Service

O’Dea provides a morning shuttle for West Seattle families stopping at Westwood Village and West Seattle Stadium. Our morning shuttle service is provided by an O’Dea faculty member and driven in an O’Dea bus. We look forward to expanding our bus service options in the future!

Metro Transit Bus

Metro Transit Bus

O’Dea’s Central Location provides ample Metro Bus Routes that drop off within a short walking distance to campus. For more information & to plan your trip to O’Dea, click here.

 

Ferry

Ferry

O’Dea is conveniently located downtown nearby both Washington State Ferry terminals and Kitsap Fast Ferry terminals. On October 1st, all youth age 18 and under can also ride Washington State Ferries as a passenger or walk-on customer for free. For more information on Washington State Ferries click here. For more information on Kitsap Fast Ferry, click here.

Light Rail

Light Rail

O’Dea is less than 1 mile from both the Capitol Hill and Westlake Light Rail station. For more information on Link Light Rail, click here.

Parking & Driving

Parking & Driving

Limited student spots are available in the O’Dea parking lot for upperclassmen. Priority is given to carpools. Students who wish to drive to school also may park in nearby neighborhood lots with daily or monthly fees.