Before finding its permanent location in a onetime office park, the Odyssey Charter School embarked on a journey befitting its name. In comparison, Academia Antonia Alonso’s move was just a short hop, but its relocation was dramatic — from a plush urban palace to the same suburban setting that Odyssey calls home. It’s a unique situation in Delaware — two schools that emphasize multiculturalism and learning a second language, albeit with different approaches — sharing a campus and finding new ways to interact with each other. Read the full article here.

This initiative is line with the System Governance, Alignment, and Performance  recommendations found in Student Success 2025.