Odyssey of the Mind is a school-based, international program that promotes creative problem solving for students from kindergarten through college. Under the guidance of a coach, teams of five to seven students learn creative thinking and problem solving skills while finding innovative solutions to a variety of technical and performance problems.
Rochester Elementary School Odyssey of the Mind Team's Achievement at World Finals 2017 recognized in BC Legislature
Closing Montage from Provincial Finals 2017
Odyssey BC would like to thank all the donors whose generosity assisted our teams in traveling to the World Finals Competition at Michigan State University. For a complete list of corporate and individual donors please visit our Sponsors page.
AGM & Odyssey Kick-Off
Thursday, October 12, 7.30-9 pm at Kyle Centre, Port Moody.
For more information please check out our event calendar.
Odyssey of the Mind World Finals
This annual competition emphasizes creativity and teamwork and is the largest international creative problem-solving competition in the world. More than 850 teams from all around the world shared their ideas and work at Michigan State University, May 24-27. While only a few left with a trophy, everyone came out a winner just by solving an Odyssey of the Mind problem and competing on the world stage. British Columbia was represented by 14 teams and 5 officials this year, and we believe that many fantastic memories were made. A shout out goes to Rochester Elementary from Coquitlam (a first year team) who made it into the Top 10 in Problem 1 ("Catch Us If You Can"), Division 1. Congratulations! For WF photos click here.
This past summer, students in Port Moody, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Langley and Ladner explored their creative side during our one-week Odyssey themed Jabber-Wacky Summer Camps. Lots of fun was had. You can check out some photos here »
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Did you know you are able to direct all, or a portion of your United Way contribution to Creative Problem Solving Society?