Okkodo High School opened its doors on August 21, 2008, making it the fifth public high school under the Guam Department of Education with an enrollment of 1,500 students. In August 2014, OHS expanded its facilities with an additional thirty-six classrooms and implementation of the Freshman Academy. OHS is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Okkodo High School provides a respectful environment for quality learning that builds knowledge and skills to succeed in the 21st century.
School-Wide Learner Outcomes
E^4=Excellence by Choice
Effectively Communicate with Others
- Students demonstrate this by writing English proficiently, successfully exchanging information through reading and listening skills, using nonverbal techniques to communicate accurately with others, and being aware of wider communication through use of technology. While the school encourages students to use technology to increase communication skills, such usage is in compliance with board policy.
- Students demonstrate this by passing all classes through hard work and initiative, taking advantage of academic opportunities, self-directed learning, and solving problems using critical and creative thinking skills.
- Students demonstrate this by interacting with culturally diverse groups, respecting cultural differences, seeking opportunities to learn about differences, and interpreting cultural experiences from more than one world view.
- Students demonstrate this by participating in recycling efforts, joining or initiating beautification projects, donating time or talent to community needs, and getting involved in social and political issues.
Principal: Mrs. Begona Flores
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