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Odessa Collegiate Academy

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Odessa Collegiate Academy is an Early College High School in Ector County ISD, grades 9-12, located on the Odessa College campus in Deaderick Hall. Our 400+ students graduate with BOTH a high school diploma and an Associates Degree (60 or more college hours) from Odessa College by taking Dual Credit classes, which are tuition free. All students are issued a laptop to complete and submit most of their high school and college assignments.

Our students are taught by both high school teachers and by college professors, depending on the class and subject. High school classes are taught on the Honors level using the ECISD Honors curriculum. OCA students meet regularly with our high school academic counselor and our dual credit college counselor to ensure they are on track to graduate with both degrees.

Each year we accept approximately 125 Freshmen students through an online application process that is completed in the Fall semester. Stop by for a visit to our campus and learn more about the exciting things that are happening at our school. Go Wolves!!!


As the OCA Family, we foster innovative leaders driven to forge the future.


ALL Odessa Collegiate Academy students will graduate with a high school diploma and college associate degree and will then transfer to a university of their choosing to complete their 4 year bachelor degree.

How to know OCA is right for your child:

  • Your child is self motivated, self disciplined, highly organized, and can meet assignment deadlines.
  • Your child is comfortable using an online platform to submit all assignments.
  • Your child wants to be challenged with an Honors curriculum and taught by college professors.

Unique ways your child can learn and grow here:

  • Technology-based classrooms and assignments using Blackboard and student laptops
  • Learn through AVID (all students each year) for organizational and study skills, and for college readiness skills
  • Become independent learners who seek rigorous and challenging high school and college courses

201 W. University, Deaderick Hall, Room 101, Odessa, TX 79764


Principal - James Ramage

Grades Offered - 9th through 12th Grades