3. Okkodo High School (Dededo)
Okkodo High School is a public secondary school located in Dededo in the United States territory of Guam. The school occupies sixty-two acres of the island’s most populated village, Dededo. Okkodo High School opened its doors on August 21, 2008, making it the fifth public high school under the Guam Department of Education.
The school’s district encompasses the areas of Astumbo Gardens, Liguan Terrace, NCS/Munoz/Finegayan, Fern Terrace, Machanao, Santa Ana, Harmon Loop, and the surrounding Okkodo area. Okkodo High School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
In compliance with Guam Education Board policy, Okkodo High School students are required 24 credits and 75 hours of service learning in order to graduate. Students are given the opportunity to choose between a college path or a career path. Students under the college path are required to take 4 years of English, social studies, math, and science.