Join us for the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Saturday, March 30. Tickets are $30 online and $40 at the door. Online ticket portal closes on 3/26/19.
Cheerleading Tryouts - INFO MEETING - MARCH 27 6:00PM -
LOWER LECTURE CENTER -
MANDATORY FOR TRYOUTS -
BRING A PARENT WITH YOU
SEE COACH CRAIG IN THE NORTH OFFICE
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS
Bella Boutique is Denver's only shop providing free prom gowns, shoes and accessories. If you are a teen in financial need and want to go to your dance, please visit our website today to make an appointment. Prom appointments will run from March through May.
We are looking for up to 100 of this year's sophomores and juniors to "link" to the incoming freshmen class; students who show both traditional and non-traditional leadership skills. Applications can be found in the Activities Office and Suite B. Applications are due Friday, April 12.
Do you want to be an integral part of planning events like Homecoming and Wish Week? Do you want to uncover more about yourself as a leader and learn valuable leadership skills? Do you want to improve your communication skills and participate in important building wide decision making? Join Student Council!
Conservation in Costa Rica - Spring Break 2020.
Informational Meeting Tuesday, March 12, 7:00 p.m. in the OHS Lower Lecture Center.
You and a parent/guardian MUST attend the informational meeting if you want to go.
College Case Studies: Hear from College Reps How Colleges Determine who is OUT and IN. March 27 at 6:30pm at Eaglecrest HS. Click READ MORE for additional information.
Congratulations to Said Mobasher who was selected as the February Blazer of the Month. He was recommended by Mr. Replogle and Ms. Booker.
Beginning Jan. 31, high school students who live in the Cherry Creek School District can enroll and register for classes at Cherry Creek Elevate, the district’s new online high school, which will open in August. Get more information here.
CCSD high school students who will be juniors or seniors next year can now register for classes at the new Cherry Creek Innovation Campus (CCIC), a state-of-the-art, career and technical education facility that will help students prepare for rewarding careers in a variety of fields. CCIC will open in August. Get more information and register 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 David Ford, Assistant to the Principal, at 720-747-3931.
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