Staying connected with former classmates has helped several ODA alums long after they have left the halls at the Uihlein Campus. Out-of-Door students create lifelong friendships in and out of the classroom, through the performing and visual arts and while teaming together in athletics. One connection from the Boys Varsity basketball team proved to be the ultimate career "assist" from one ODA alum to another. Click above to read more.
Jon McVay not only chaperoned the five Chinese exchange students to Out-of-Door this month, he also became fully engaged with the ODA community, learning and teaching every step of the way. Click above to read more.
Coaches at The Out-of-Door Academy use their passion for athletics and their sport to make a difference in the lives of students. Out-of-Door strives to bring the best and brightest to the classroom and the athletic fields. Click above to learn more about three ODA coaches.
On Wednesday, January 29, Dr. Ray Arsenault from the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg (USFSP) visited Out-of-Door's Uihlein Campus at Lakewood Ranch for ovation and classroom visits. Dr. Arsenault wrote Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice (Oxford University Press, 2006).
The 3rd Annual Tampa Bay Case Studies Program hosted by The Out-of-Door Academy took place on Sunday, January 12, 2014. Over 600 students and families were in attendance to learn from and meet with 55 college representatives from all over the country – including Boston College, Emory University, Davidson, and University of Miami. Click above to read more.