The Odyssey Preparatory Academy

Meet Toy, Ambassador at Odyssey Prep

Q. You are one of the ambassadors for The Odyssey Prep this year, what does that mean? A. That means that, last year, I got good grades, was the best student in third grade (at least my teachers thought so), and I get to help Mr. Olsen out, do the announcements, pledge and core values. Q. What responsibilities do you have? A. …

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Gracie Competes at County Fair, Loves Odyssey Prep

Gracie is a wonderful scholar and a perfect representative of The Odyssey Prep and their core values. She loves music and dancing is a great all around kid. You like to show pigs at the County Fair, tell us about that. I’ve been showing for three years. My first year I won champion duroc. Then last year I won Grand Champion Market …

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Kj Enjoys Science and New Friends at Odyssey Prep

Kj has such a kind heart towards others, he loves life and enjoys every minute of it. Q. What sports do you play and what is your favorite? A. I play football, basketball and baseball. My favorite one is football because I like to tackle people. Q. What else do you like to do for fun? A. I like to …

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Ian Finds Success at Odyssey Prep

Ian is in the first grade at the Buckeye Odyssey Preparatory Academy in Mrs. Holtz’s class. He works well with others and enjoys coming to school. Since starting at Odyssey, both his kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Delph, and his current teacher, Mrs. Holtz, have helped Ian with his dysgraphia, difficulty to use fine motor skills. Ian plays hand games and uses …

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Theater Arts Perfect fit for Ian

Over the last year Ian has developed a love for theater arts. Recently he had the wonderful opportunity to travel with his theater group to London so that they could perform Romeo & Juliet at a Shakespearean Festival. Read about his experience. What draws you to theater arts? I was drawn to theater so that I could get out of my …

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Hard Work Pays Off for Brandon Compton

Brandon is a great kid because he always has a positive attitude and a smile on his face. He is very enthusiastic and energetic and is always open to trying new things. Brandon also works very hard at everything he does and always tries to do his best. Q. How long have you been playing baseball? A. I have been …

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Justin, Kindness Committee Start Food Drive

  Q. Tell us what it means to be in the Young Ambassador’s Club? A. The Young Ambassador’s Club is a club where we the scholars are able to do good things for the school and our community. We have created committees such as yearbook committee, that helped choose the cover of our yearbook. The school spirit committee, that helped …

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NJHS Students Accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Madison Traditional Academy chapter of National Junior Honor Society is a society of seventh and eighth graders who maintain exceptional grades (above a 3.5 GPA) and demonstrate exemplary character, leadership, citizenship, and service. Our ultimate goal as a chapter is to develop student leaders, serve others, and have fun while we do it! As the ALS ice bucket blew up …

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Chloe Hawkings Ambassador For Her School

What does it mean to be chosen ambassador for the school? It’s really exciting.  It’s an honor.  The teachers choose one student to be ambassador who they feel shows all the characteristics of being an IB scholar.  I’m sure there were many students they could have picked, so I’m honored to be chosen.  There are three ambassadors, one in each …

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Brynne Wins Great Communicator Award

Tell us about your recent award for being a great communicator? I was very surprised when I got this, and was very humbled and honored to have received this award.  So to explain to those who may not know what this award is about: It’s basically given to student who acts as a open communicator in class, who asks the teacher helpful questions, that …

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