Olympia has unique partnerships with prep schools in both the United States and Canada. 

                                                  Stanstead College, a boarding school for grades 7 through 12 located in Quebec, Canada, offers similar experiences but within a Canadian cultural context. Covington School, a primary school for grades 3 through 8 located in Birmingham, MI, is a fellow Microsoft Mentor School and source of primary school idea and project sharing. The Olympia Schools and its partners also engage in faculty exchange programs as well as student project work, which involve design, implementation, and publication of cross-cultural student work.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Marianapolis Preparatory, located in the state of Connecticut, is a boarding high school that offers enriching summer experiences, full year enrollment, and a dual-diploma partnership with the Olympia Schools.  


























                                                                                                                                                                                The College Board offers on-line AP courses in thirty-five disciplines. Together with a robust core program at Olympia, students can populate their transcripts with a wide variety of courses offered on campus as well as abroad.
                                                  AdvantagesSchools and the College Board (AP) serve to provide the Olympia Schools with on-line programming. Students at Olympia can earn US high school credit as well as college credit (depending upon AP scores) through these institutions




The Olympia Schools has close affiliations with the Harvard Graduate School of Education as well as with the Christensen Institute. Both organizations serve as research centers providing TOS with the newest innovations in curriculum, technology, and methodologies. Based upon the newest discoveries in brain research, these organizations provide valuable, data based guidance on how to best educate students at all developmental stages. Edutopia, an extension of the George Lucas Educational Foundation, also informs



TOS on educational programming and development.