Welcome To GOA!
Dear Gordon Odyssey Academy Parents and Students:
Welcome back from a well-deserved Spring Break! We are now in the final stretch of the school year; however, our expectations for students are still as high as they were on the first day of school. We have approximately 32 days of school left in the school year. State assessments are quickly approaching and we want all of our students to do well. PASS Testing (Grades 3-8) will take place May 6-9th. EOCEP Testing (Grades 9 & 10) will occur May 13-16, 2014. Teachers are working diligently to prepare students for testing. Please be sure you are working with your students at home as well, to reinforce instructional strategies.
We have enjoyed many successes during the first semester and have grown as a staff and professional family. Students have made great gains on MAP testing. Another major success is that all STAR Academy students successfully completed 8th grade and are now 9th graders. Students are encouraged daily to work hard so they can receive all high school credits so they will begin the fall as 10th graders at Fairfield Central High School! We recently held a successful College & Career Fair for our Adult Education students. Vendors from local agencies, employers, and colleges were available to speak with students regarding their next steps.
2012-2013 School Year Reflections
Looking back at February of this school year, Mr. Doug L. Jones, first African American graduate of Wofford College, spoke to GOA students during our African American History Month celebration.
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"A Journey of Excellence In A World Of Opportunities"
EVENING HIGH SCHOOL
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The School District of Fairfield County continues to expand educational opportunities for students. The Gordon Odyssey Academy offers students in grades 7 through 12 a flexible learning environment which focuses on academic success and social development for all learners.
The program is designed for students who desire additional assistance in meeting goals for graduating with a high school diploma and those interested in acquiring college credit. The academy will also support students who are at risk of dropping out of school and students who may benefit from social behavioral and academic interventions to assist them in transitioning back to their home school.