Session I: June 5–June 23 at Overland High SchoolSession II: June 26–July 18 (closed July 3 & 4) at Cherokee Trail High SchoolClass times: 8:00am–12:20pm Monday–Friday
Arbab, 18, was born and raised in the war-torn Darfur region of Sudan. Her family fled the strife and lack of opportunities of Arbab’s homeland to go to Egypt when she was 6.
The six high schools made the list for the second consecutive year, the most of any Colorado school district.
School Fundraiser at American Furniture Warehouse: 2-4% of your purchase goes to the school when you use the code - OHS084
Jennifer Aklilu is the State Trig Star Champion for 2016-17, with a score of 88 in the time of 34 minutes 21 seconds. Congratulate Jennifer, and wish her well in the National Trig Star competition.
Congrats to our SeaPerch team (Cesia
Martinez, Xenia Guardado, Zena Roybal, Emilia Killion, and Luis
Dealtan), coached by Debbie Gregg, for competing at the national level
in Atlanta. SeaPerch are underwater tethered robots, and our team is the OHS Mantis Shrimp. Students competed in Engineering
Notebook, plus a Challenge course and Obstacle course in the 1996
Olympic pools at Georgia Tech.
Congratulations to Teona Mirceska, who was selected to attend the competitive FBI Teen Academy 2017 at the FBI Denver Headquarters. Teona applied for this amazing opportunity through our criminal justice program, taught by Antoinette Gifford.
Congratulations to the recipients of the Masonic Achievement award: Alondra Gonzalez Carrillo, Camden Ervin, and social studies teacher, Pete Kleinsasser!
The Scout newspaper won the National Gold Crown award for the third year in a row for best high school magazine from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association! The top awards go to publications that are judged on their excellence as shown by their design, photography, concept, coverage and writing.
Cherry Creek Schools students can sign up now to take the Cherry Creek Summer Fitness Challenge! Track all your physical activity
from June 1 to August 15 and convert minutes or steps into miles. Earn a certificate and pencil if you log 26.2 miles. Log 100 miles and earn a medal and the chance to win two passes to Jump Street or the Jumpoline Family Fun Center! Get all the details here!
Overland High School is committed to providing a learning environment where students, staff, and community members feel safe. This includes attention to both physical and psychological school safety. Each year, we revise our Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) Template, which outlines important safety procedures we follow. This includes items such as our drill schedules and plans for preparation and response to potential school emergencies. On a regular basis we conduct Fire, Secure Perimeter, and Lockdown drills, and we continuously revisit and revise all safety procedures. All of our procedures are designed in accordance with recommendations of best practice made from both external agencies and the Cherry Creek School District. By establishing such proactive measures, and continually reflecting upon and adjusting our plans as needed, Overland High School strives to promote and maintain a safe learning environment. For any questions related to school safety at Overland High School, please contact Stephen DeSchryver, Assistant Principal, at 720-747-3751.
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