Thank you for taking the time to visit the website of Galveston's premier charter school, Odyssey Academy. Please take a look around and contact us if you have any questions.


Visit the Calendar page for information on upcoming events during the school year. The school day schedule is as follows:

Morning Care - 7:00am to 7:30am

Pre-Kindergarten through 3rd Grades
Arrival/Breakfast - 7:30am to 7:45am
School Day - 7:45am to 3:00pm
Dismissal - 3:00pm to 3:10pm

4th through 5th Grades
Arrival/Breakfast - 7:30am to 7:45am
School Day - 8:00am to 3:15pm
Dismissal - 3:15pm to 3:25pm

6th through 10th Grades
Arrival/Breakfast - 7:45am to 8:00am
School Day - 8:10am to 3:30pm
Dismissal - 3:30pm to 3:40pm

After-School Enrichment Program - 3:00pm to 5:30pm

Download the 2014-2015 School Supply List
PK - 3rd Grades (pdf) | 4th - 10th Grades (pdf)

This year OA is providing families the opportunity to purchase supplies online through School Pak. Visit School Pak for more information.

Download the Odyssey Academy Uniform Policy & Order Form (pdf)

Download the Odyssey Academy Code of Conduct (pdf)

Download the Odyssey Academy Lunch Application (pdf)

Download the Odyssey Academy G/T Referral Form (pdf)


Principal signs of grades on the way up

The Galveston Daily News.
By Heber Taylor
The Daily News
Published November 15, 2009

On a tour of Odyssey Academy the other evening, I saw many interesting things and one thing that stopped me in my tracks.

That was the principal’s office.

As a young man, I acquired some experience of principals’ offices, having made more than one trip. But this one surprised me.

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Odyssey Spirit Team Performs at Ball High Homecoming Parade

Odyssey Academy Spirit TeamOdyssey Academy Spirit Team Odyssey Academy Spirit Team did a fabulous job performing at Ball High Homecoming Parade. The Spirit Team has been invited to perform on November 15th at Houston Aero's game.

Island a charter school laboratory

The Galveston County Daily News.

Published November 4, 2009

After Hurricane Ike, Galveston became a laboratory for those who are interested in charter schools. Across the state, 3 percent of the students in public schools are in charter schools. In Galveston, that number exceeds 10 percent.

If the Legislature removed the cap on the number of charters the state will grant, the percentage of students in charter schools in Galveston would be even higher. At the two independent charter schools on the island Odyssey Academy and Ambassadors Preparatory Academy the waiting lists of children hoping to attend are long. The lists of those waiting are about as long as the lists of those enrolled.

The two independent charter schools have had spectacular results academically.

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