The Huey P. Newton Oratorical Festival in 2017; 4th and 5th graders "Rap Cypher"
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  • Spelman Rep Visits Ile OmodeAdmissions rep speaks to students about college
  • Community CleanupStudents complete 2nd annual neighborhood cleaning
  • Students Visit MoreauMiddle school students conduct shadow visit
  • Baba Builds ShedParents build a custom shed on campus
  • Tierra SignsAlumni Tierra Robinson-Jones signs with Texas A&M
Spelman Rep Visits Ile Omode1 Community Cleanup2 Students Visit Moreau3 Baba Builds Shed4 Tierra Signs5
Students - need to check up on your grades? Fortunately your classmates have provided a tool to check your GPA. Use their apps to see if you're headed for "First Honors".
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Baba Marcus Gary, the designer, posing in front of the shedIle Omode Parents Build a Shed
With help from a host of brothers (and a sister, and some youth) Baba Marcus Gary designed and led the building of our campus' latest...
December 5, 2017

Khukheper playing in the second round matchupAlums Fall in Football Semi-Finals
After a great season, and a follow-up to their state championship last year, two alums playing for Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland lost to...
November 26, 2017

8th grade students visited Moreau in NovemberMiddle School Students Visit Moreau High School
Students in the 8th grade visited Moreau Catholic High School for a full day immersion in November. After meeting with the Moreau's admission director, Baba...
November 26, 2017

Tierra enjoys the moment with her parents and Coach CooksTierra Signs with Texas A&M University
Nearing the final year of a near-historic track career at Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland, Tierra Robinson-Jones (Ile Omode class of 2014), a 400...
November 11, 2017

img_8227Preschool Family Tree Project
Trees provide a source of fuel. They provide oxygen, resources for shelter, and sources of nourishment. Trees provide a comfort that is literally...
November 7, 2017

Ile Omode students promoting safe and healthy neighborhoodsCommunity Cleanup
Ile Omode students left their school grounds on Friday, October 20 to participate in the school's Community Cleanup. The cleanup, organized by the school's Beautification...
November 4, 2017

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Ile Omode is an African-centered school founded by Wo'se Community of the Sacred African Way in Oakland. We are dedicated to the call to be "keepers of the legacy". We are an independent, private school in Oakland, California, providing instruction to children from preschool through 8th grade.