Bridgewater Academy changes name to Odysseyware Academy

5/29/2014 12:00:00 AM

Bridgewater Academy, a distance learning school that provides individualized 3-12 instruction, has officially changed its name to Odysseyware Academy.

Odysseyware Academy is fully accredited, which means state and local public school funding applies and there is no out-of-pocket tuition charged to students. Students earn their diplomas from their local high schools with full participation in sports, activities and the school community. Students can also earn their diplomas directly from Odysseyware Academy. The web-based platform is accessible any time and from any device with Internet access.


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