O'Dea High School Address
802 Terry Avenue
Coordinates 47°36?28?N 122°19?29?W / 47.60778°N 122.32472°W Coordinates: 47°36?28?N 122°19?29?W / 47.60778°N 122.32472°W Information Type Private, Single-sex high school Motto Omnia Omnibus (Brotherhood for Life) Religious affiliation(s) Catholic  Established 1923 Oversight Congregation of Christian Brothers  CEEB code 481130  Dean Keandre Magee Principal James Walker  Faculty 36  Grades 9- 12  Enrollment 490 (2014 )  Student to teacher ratio 14:1  Campus type Urban Color(s) Maroon and Gold Athletics conference Metro 3A Sports Football, Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Cross Country, Wrestling, Swim & Dive, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis, Track & Field Mascot Irish Nickname O'Dea  Team name Fighting Irish Accreditation Northwest Accreditation Commission  State of Washington  School fees $13,783 Athletic Director Monte Kohler Website http://www.odea.org O'Dea High School is a Catholic all boys high school founded in 1923 and is located in Seattle's First Hill neighborhood. The school is named after Edward John O'Dea who was bishop of Seattle when the school was built. O'Dea is a part of the Archdiocese of Seattle.
Of its 490 students in four grades in 2017, 65% were Catholics, 53% were Caucasian, 11% were African American, and 19% were Multi-Racial.
 There are 36 instructors and the  student-teacher ratio is 14 to 1. The tuition at O'Dea High School for the 2017-2018 school year was $13,783; the school provides over $1 million in financial aid every year.  
O'Dea High School has many school clubs, each supported and sponsored by the school by a yearly club fair and funds from the school's treasury. A list of some O'Dea Clubs:
O'Dea High School has had many notable alumni go on to great success in College and Professional athletics. A list of currently offered sports by season:
Fall: Cross Country, Football, Golf
Winter: Basketball, Swimming, Wrestling
Spring: Baseball, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis, Track
Patrick Brady, Major General, U.S. Army (retired), Vietnam Medal of Honor and Distinguished Service Cross recipient. 
Chris Banchero, current professional basketball player
Kevin Burleson, NBA player 
Nate Burleson, NFL wide receiver 
Fred Couples, professional golfer 
Demetrius DuBose, former NFL player 
Myles Gaskin, American football running back for the Washington Huskies 
Allen Greene, director of athletics of Auburn University and former baseball player at Notre Dame and New York Yankees 
Charles Greene, U.S. Olympic gold medalist 
Eddie Henderson, former pro soccer, quoted as notable player in for Witchita Kansas Wings MISL team, and former US National Team Youth player.
Taylor Mays (born 1988), NFL free safety with Cincinnati Bengals; former USC Trojan 
John Navone, SJ, Jesuit priest, theologian, author, and retired Professor Emeritus of the Pontifical Gregorian University.
Clint Richardson Jr. (born 1956), NBA player 
J. Kevin Waters, Jesuit priest, composer, academic administrator, and Professor Emeritus of Music at Gonzaga University. DeAndre Yedlin (born 1993), right full-back for Newcastle United F.C. 
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