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    From the Director


    Fairfield County School District will undergo district accreditation in December 2014.  In an effort to improve system practices, Fairfield County School District is conducting a Parent Survey.  The survey will close on October 25. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to:


    Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.



    Welcome Back to the 2014-2015 School Year!

    Dear Gordon Odyssey Academy Family and Friends:  


    Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year!  I hope that you've had a relaxing summer full of fun, reading, learning, and memorable family activities. Summertime is a great time to be reflective and think about how we each can improve and do better.  How do you plan to do better this school year to make this your best school year ever? If you haven't thought about, you should.  January 1st is not the only time to make New Year's Resolutions; the beginning of the school year is also a great time to do so.  Let's work together to make this an awesome school year!

    I am delighted to begin my second year as Director.   The 2013-2014 school year was a great year of achievements. We accomplished many things last year: 17 Evening High School Graduates, 23 Adult Education Graduates, MAP and HSAP test gains, first-ever  overseas educational tour in our district  (STAR Academy students went to San Juan, Puerto Rico), 20 G.R.E.A.T (Gang Resistance Education and Training) Graduates, GOA Live- African American History Discussion Panel featuring WACH Fox 57's Jeffrey Lampkin, and a fantastic Adult Education Career Fair,  among many other things.

    The teachers, staff and stuents work collaboratively each day to provide all students with a quality education. There are four programs that fall under Gordon Odyssey Academy: Evening High School, STAR Academy, Behavior Modification, and Adult Education.  Students who have continuously violated the district code of conduct are mandated to attend our Behavior Modification Program for up to 45 days, Evening High School students request or are invited to our school,  STAR Academy students must be  interviewed to attend our academy, and any student 17 years old and above can enroll in Fairfield County Adult Education program.  We host various programs in our building but our certified and classified staff provide all students with the same quality instruction. The students we serve are given the extra attention they need to help them reach their goals of high school and college graduation.  We are not the alternative; we are the standard. GOA's standard of excellence resonates throughout our building and community.

    Lastly, I'd like to welcome new staff members: Mrs. Surlinda Mack, Guidance Counselor, Ms. Monica Jones, English teacher, and Mr. Douglas Elder, science teacher, and Mr. Tykedric Morgan, Physical Education teacher. Together, with our returning staff members, we plan to take our students on a Journey of Excellence in a World of Opportunities by making this school year an effective academic and personal experience for them!















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    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"

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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.