The authors present a case of occipital chondroid chordoma in a 12 year-old boy who presented with occipital mass amd mild tenderness but no neurologic symptoms or signs. On plain skull X-rays, there was an irregular calcific mass at the left occipital area. The CT scan revealed irregular extracranial calcific mass with intracranial extradural lentiform low density lesion at the left occipital area. Also, the occipital bone was thickened. Angiography showed hypervascular mass feeded by occipital artery of left ECA.