The Odyssey Institute for Advanced and International Studies – Junior High is a 6th-8th grade campus with a focus on high academic achievement, character acquisition, and cultural awareness. As an IB School, Middle Years Programme, the Odyssey Institute emphasizes global citizenship and personal values, and the bar is set nothing short of excellence for all team members.
Committed to improving the quality of education, the Odyssey Preparatory Family of Schools is happy to announce they broke ground on their first stand-alone Junior High campus. The Odyssey Institute for Advanced and International Studies Junior High campus was opened in August 2016.
The Institute emphasizes not only higher academic success, but creating life-long scholars. Scholar athletes at the Institute exhibit sportsmanship by choosing to participate in a variety of athletic programs offered. Currently, The Odyssey Institute for Advanced and International Studies is the only school in the state of Arizona requiring the full International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme for scholars in the 6th through the 10th grades. Odyssey is the fourth school in the state of Arizona to offer both the Middle Years Programme and the Diploma Programme.
All campuses provide time in the month for tours. These tours are open to prospective parents and parents of currently enrolled scholars. They are at designated times and may vary depending on the campus. A parent must contact the front office to schedule a tour, space is limited. Children are not permitted so as to minimize disruptions to the classes.
Campus Tours: Mondays at 10:00 am. Call the front office to reserve your spot.
Enrollment for the 2023 - 2024 school year is now open. Click here to begin the process.
To inquire about available space for the current school year, please click here.
COVID-19 Safe Return to School Plan: Click here to view the plan.
1495 S. Verrado Way, Building E,
Buckeye, AZ 85326
Monday-Thursday, 7:00 am-5:00 pm
Monday-Thursday, 7:40 am-3:49 pm
We are located at the intersection of Yuma and Verrado Way