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Thumbnail image for Why a theme-based curriculum? By Margaret Douglas, Head of School

Here at Odyssey Day School we have been committed to a theme based curriculum since we began in 1995. I thought that parents might be curious about what theme-based education is, why we find it beneficial, and what it looks like from day to day. A theme based curriculum means that each skill area of […]

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Thumbnail image for Guest Post by Andrew Prazar: The Value of Nature Education in Schools

By Andrew Prazar, Owner/Director of North Shore Nature Programs For many of us, nature has become a foreign place. We do everything we can to separate ourselves from the outdoors. We build houses to keep out the weather and wild animals. We build malls so we won’t have to brave the elements as we walk […]

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Thumbnail image for Odyssey grad contributes to python research in the Everglades!

Odyssey Day School alum Adia Sovie recently co-authored a scientific paper that was published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The story was then carried by various news outlets, including cbsnews.com and The Today Show. The paper, entitled “Marsh rabbit mortalities tie pythons to the precipitous decline of mammals in the Everglades,” […]

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In the preschool room, we believe in the value of a wide variety of literacy-based activities. In December our theme was Jan Brett’s wonderful winter books, and in January the theme is fairy tales. We are reading many classic tales including Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs, and […]

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WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?

  • When your kid says "I think Shakespeare is funny" you have to be happy with the rest of that conversation. The depth of learning is what I like best. They teach math and reading based on the individual's ability, so that they all learn better. I like that my kids have learned about art, music and spanish.
    —Seventh Grade Parent