Odyssey Charter School is a nurturing environment where self-directed students develop academic skills and real life knowledge, through exploration, investigation, reflection, and collaboration with other students, teachers, parents and the wider community: a classroom without walls.
Our mission is to develop students who are active in their learning, aware of their interests, and who seek to expand and explore their knowledge through dynamic collaboration with peers and teachers within an academic setting and the larger community.
This is achieved in primarily multi-age classrooms by creating an active and engaging learning environment based on a workshop format. Odyssey envisions workshop as an opportunity for student choice within an environment of academic excellence.
Odyssey Charter School is a "Classroom without walls" -an individualized nurturing environment for learning, where students gain real life knowledge, skills and understanding through a dynamic collaboration with teachers, parents and the wider community. Odyssey is designed to serve K-8 urban children who learn best by "doing." Odyssey's unique school design offers families in Pasadena, Altadena and the surrounding communities with another public school choice.
2014/2019 Odyssey Charter School Charter Petition
This charter petition is the guiding document of our educational program and school. It serves to guide the programs and services offered by Odyssey Charter School.
2014/2015 Odyssey Charter School EPA Expenditure Resolution
This Educational Protection Account Expenditure Resolution complies with the requirements of CA Proposition 30 approved by California voters on November 6, 2012. This resolution manifests Odyssey's compliance with the requirements of Prop 30 which dictate increased funds must not be used for administrator salaries or administrative costs.
2014/2015 LA County Office of Education Annual Report
This Annual Report is submitted to the LACOE Board of Education and details the school's performance, programs, and services offered during the 2013/2014 academic year.
2014/2015 CA Department of Eudcation School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
This School Accountability Report Card was developed in conjunction with the CA Department of Education to provide internal and external stakeholders with a picture of our school's performance during the 2013/2014 academic year.