Odyssey School is a public, tuition-free commission charter school located in Newnan GA. Odyssey serves the residents of Coweta County, offering quality educational experiences for students in grades K-8. Odyssey's current enrollment is just under 400 students. Odyssey is quickly moving to a 1:1 technology platform, with each student at the school having access to a Chromebook as a part of their regular educational experience. Students also take technology and Spanish language classes from Kindergarten onward.
Information regarding Odyssey typically includes the Georgia Cyber Academy, which was a program of Odyssey until July 1, 2014. Therefore, information from state department of education web sources (some of which is replicated on this web site) is not accurate in terms of CCRPI, test results and enrollment as these numbers include the 13,000+ students of the Georgia Cyber Academy.
Odyssey uses the CCGPS standards as our curriculum framework. Students in the lower elementary grades "loop" with their teacher for a two year period. The school maintains low student to teacher ratios and experiential, hands-on learning opportunities in a supportive and caring environment. In additional to the core academic courses, Odyssey offers specials in art, music, PE, technology, Spanish for all students plus additional offerings for middle school students such as career education, personal finance and legal systems. Odyssey also offers a strong gifted program.
To provide a challenging, high-quality education that creates
an enthusiasm for learning through an innovative, hands-on
curriculum while maintaining a focus on the needs of each
Admission to Odyssey School for the fall is offered through a lottery occurring on March 15th each year. After that time, applicants are placed upon a numbered wait-list. Odyssey continues to offer students admission from the wait-list each year as openings occur. Admission to Odyssey is available to Coweta County residents in grades K-8 who have not been expelled from their former school nor currently under a discipline consequence.
Public charter schools are supported through lower levels of direct, public funding, as well as though private subsidies. As with district public schools, they do not charge tuition to students who attend them.
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Student Teacher Ratio
42 : 1
Average Class Size
51% Male / 49% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Odyssey currently offers athletic opportunities for students in grades 5-8 in the following sports: soccer, volleyball, basketball, track and cheer.
Musically, Odyssey offers band for students in grades 5-8.
The school features elementary and middle school academic bowl teams.