Welcome to Goddard Academy!
Our school is home to several different alternative programs. Please feel free to contact me at the school if you have any questions.
Goddard Academy- The Academy is the alternative high school for USD 265. We are located just north of Goddard High School at 19701 W. 23rd St. South. The Academy is a school where students attend regularly and earn credits toward graduation through our computerized curriculum, Edgenuity. Goddard Academy is open to all USD 265 students in grades 9-12. We do not accept out of district students or students younger than grade 9. For students who are interested in attending or transferring to the Academy, please contact your current school counselor and let them know you are considering the switch then call our office to schedule an informational meeting and tour with Mr. Hollas and/or Mr. Keller.
Goddard Virtual Program-We offer a virtual program for USD 265 students in grades 1-12. The virtual school is intended to be a program for parents who would like to home school their children but need access to a viable curriculum. For virtual students in grades 1-5, we use Calvert curriculum and a box of books and materials are provided for parents. For students in grades 6-12, we use the computerized curriculum Edgenuity. Students access the curriculum from home using a computer or tablet. To use Edgenuity students need a computer or tablet and access to high speed internet. The school does not provide technology equipment for virtual students.
Lakeside Academy-Lakeside is a juvenile detention facility located within the district’s boundaries just east of Lake Afton. Students are educated at the facility in a small school by USD 265 teachers.
PSAT and ASVAB Test
Wednesday October 14th
ASVAB is free! PSAT is $20
Must sign up!
Thursday, October 15th
Wednesday, October 21 - 8:20 AM - 4:00 PM (Lunch 11:30 AM - 12:15)
Thursday, October 22nd - 12:20 PM - 8:00 PM (Dinner 4:45 PM - 5:30 PM)
SCHOOL CLOSED - Friday, October 23
MOTIVATIONAL QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"A winner never stops trying." - Tom Landry