Weekly Community News for Odyssey Charter Jr/Sr High School

Volume 52April 29, 2024

"Greatness is defined by how much you want to put into what you do." 

Lebron James
(image credit: Marca)


27 Grade 7 Civics Bootcamp 9 - 11:30 AM


30 MS PEP RALLY @ 1:30 pm



2 Band Spring Concert in the Gym @ 6:00 pm

3 Musical Theater ALL DAY Rehearsal

School Lunch Hero Day


PERCY JACKSON Performance in the Gym @ 7:00 pm


Grade 7 Civics Bootcamp 9 - 11:30 AM

PERCY JACKSON Performance in the Gym @ 2:00 pm
PERCY JACKSON Performance in the Gym @ 7:00 pm

5 PERCY JACKSON Performance in the Gym @ 2:00 pm

PERCY JACKSON Performance in the Gym @ 7:00 pm


Harry T. and Harriet V. Moore Lesson 

This week marks the 20th anniversary of the Harry T. and Harriet V. Moore Cultural Center in Titusville. The couple were school teachers in Brevard County before becoming civil rights martyrs. Ms. Comegys had the pleasure of meeting their daughter, Evangeline Moore, in 2004 when she returned to the county for the festivities. Ms. Comegys remained in touch with her for years. There are two prominent structures named for the couple: The courthouse and county seat, and the Post Office in Cocoa. The lesson taught in class here was geared toward teaching about our local historical heroes and perseverance after tragedy. 

Spring Orchestra Concert 

On Thursday night, our Odyssey Titan Orchestra played a beautiful spring concert for family, friends, and fellow peers. Kudos to Mr. Hoffman and all of our talented musicians for their hard work and dedication towards this wonderful evening of classical music.

To view the full photo album, click HERE.

Wind Ensemble Trip 

The Odyssey Wind Ensemble traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to participate in the Southern Star Music Festival. The ensemble received the "silver standard" award for their performance. 

Isabella HOLPFER presenting her IMP

AP Seminar


AP Seminar students' completion of the Individual Multimedia Presentation (IMP) significantly impacts their overall grade, accounting for 30% of their final evaluation according to the College Board guidelines. The IMP not only serves as a crucial assessment component but also hones students' ability to present complex ideas through multimedia formats. By mastering this task, students showcase their analytical skills and creativity, preparing them for success in higher education and beyond. It underscores the rigorous nature of the AP Seminar course and the dedication required for academic excellence.

Performing Arts Fundraiser 

Help support our talented performers by ordering a 2023-2024 Performing Arts Department shirt! Orders can be placed online using the following link:https://www.customink.com/fundraising/ocsperformingarts24


Orders must be placed by April 29th so we can ensure delivery prior to the start of summer break.


I know our Band, Color Guard, Drama, Keyboarding, and Orchestra students will greatly appreciate your support!

Band Happenings


May 2nd

Spring Concert @ OCS (gym) • Concert Begins @ 6:00 pm

Doors Open for Teachers/Staff @ 5:30 pm • Doors Open for Parents @ 5:45 pm

Please join us for the final band performance of the year! Prior to the performance there will be an art show set up in the courtyard featuring work from our talented art students. The concert will feature performances by our Beginning Band, Concert Band, Symphonic Band, and Wind Ensemble. We will also be recognizing our marching band students and honoring our band seniors.

*For those that have attended performances in the past, we have a new concert configuration that should allow for more space than we had a previous performances. We will continue to have reserved seating for teachers/staff members.


May 6th

Color Guard Showcase @ OCS (gym) • Performance Begins @ 6:00 pm

Doors Open for Teachers/Staff @ 5:30 pm • Doors Open for Parents @ 5:45 pm

Our Color Guard students have been working on individual and small group performance pieces in preparation for the 2024 Color Guard Showcase. The event will conclude with a performance of their superior rated Winter Guard Show, “We’re All Mad Here.”


Titan Senior Class of 2024

Emila Navas

Emila started Odyssey Jr/Sr in her junior year and has made many friends she will miss.  Her favorite teachers are Ms. Gloria and Ms.Copeland because she appreciates the support and encouragement they have given her all year.  Emila has also enjoyed taking art classes because they helped her express herself.  In the future, she plans to study gastronomy and specialize in that field.

Shantel Bailey

Shantel has attended Odyssey for five years and enjoyed participating in the band for one year. She is grateful for the friends she has made, and her favorite teachers were Mrs. Oakes and Ms. Griffith. She hopes to work in real estate in the future.

Tara Fields

Tara has attended Odyssey since 5th grade.  She enjoys drawing and really liked taking Painting 3 Honors.  She will miss all the friends she has made and hopes to stay in contact.  After graduation, she wants to get an apartment and go to school for art or cooking.


They are expected to arrive on campus very soon and will sell out when they do. Order your copy ASAP!

$55 Order here: https://www.balfour.com/student-info?smi=107864

Check our school calendar HERE for game schedules!

Titan Merch Store

Click HERE to shop for Titan hoodies, tshirts, tapestries, blankets, bags, and more!