O'Dea High School

College Financial Aid Information Night

Posted September 16, 2019

O’Dea High School and Holy Names Academy will be hosting a Financial Aid Night for Senior Parents/Guardians on Monday, September 23, 2019at 6:00pm at the Isaac Orr Center which is located in the Archdiocese of Seattle Building at 910 Marion Street.  The speaker will be the Director of Financial Aid at Whitman College, Ms. Marilyn Ponti.  Please put this date on your calendar now so that you don’t miss any of this important information.  Ms. Ponti has a wealth of information to share with you on many details in this process.  She is a great speaker who will help you understand the many different intricacies of the Financial Aid process that might appear daunting at first.  She will speak about the process as it relates to all colleges and universities, not just Whitman College.

Parking will be available in both the O’Dea parking lot and the Cabrini parking garage. Parking will be validated in the Cabrini garage by just stating you were at an O’Dea event when you exit the garage. Please direct any questions to Erik Michels. We look forward to seeing you all at this important event!

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Wall of Honor Inductee Celebration & Athletic Fundraiser

Posted July 10, 2019

Join us on Thursday, October 17th for the 4th Annual Wall of Honor Inductee Celebration & Athletic Fundraiser as we welcome the 2019 Inductees and celebrate over 20 years of honoring all members of O’Dea’s esteemed Wall of Honor. The event is from 5:30pm – 7:30pm in the O’Dea Gym.

Congratulations to our 2019 Inductees: Allen Greene IV ’95, Sean Standley ’97, Ross Buffington ’00, Drew Snider ’06 and the ’05 State Championship Baseball Team.

Click HERE to RSVP for the event, become a sponsor, or donate to the Letterman Fund. GO IRISH!

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Register now for the 2020 House System Institute

Posted June 24, 2019

O’Dea is hosting the 2020 House System Institute, a National symposium for educators interested in advancing a House System to achieve the goals and mission of their school communities. Fostering a school climate principled upon student growth—intellectual, moral, social and emotional—is the focus of a House Systems. The House System Institute seeks to bring together educators interested in implementing, developing, or improving a school House System through conversation, presentation, and collaboration.

Please consider joining the conversation on the implementation, the development, or the improvement of a school House System. Register today and become a part of the House System Institute.

To learn more, submit a proposal, or register click here


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