What if your child’s education sparked curiosity, confidence and enthusiasm?

At Odyssey we empower our children to be out-of-the box thinkers through experiential, theme-based education that breaks the traditional mold.



At Odyssey Day School, we’re always eager to welcome new children into our school community and ignite excitement in them about their brand new educational journey. We accept students into our program in a variety of ways, depending on age and grade.

Infant, Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten students are generally accepted on a first-come, space available basis.

Elementary students may apply on a rolling admissions basis for a September start date, but we sometimes have space available at other times of the year.

Prospective early childhood families are encouraged to come by for a visit and school tour with their child before starting – just to make sure everyone’s as comfortable with their first day as possible.15380768_1249918428380416_1619309208870574424_n

For prospective elementary students, we will need previous school records, a mandatory day visit for your child, and other application materials to be completed before an admissions decision is determined. Be warned, though: We know from previous experience that elementary children often ask to start at Odyssey the day after their mandatory visit. They love it that much! If this happens to you, let us know. Sometimes it IS possible for your child to start right away.

Upon enrollment, or approximately one month prior to the beginning of a new school year, parents will be provided with a packet of information, including the Parent Handbook and enrollment forms. All enrollment forms must be completed and financial obligations met before the child begins school.

School tours are usually given in the mornings, but other times can be arranged if needed; contact the office to schedule a visit. Application can be downloaded by clicking here.

While Odyssey Day School can successfully accommodate a wide range of learning styles and abilities, not everyone will benefit from our program. Children whose needs are beyond the scope of our services may be denied admission. In some cases, an interview, supplementary visits, or testing may be required before making a determination.