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​Parents & Community

Partnership for Academically Successful Students (P.A.S.S.)

PASS is parents, staff, and community members working together to share and develop a plan to improve achievement for African American, Native American, and Latino students. For more information regarding PASS, please contact the main office, 720.747.3881.


OPTCO: Overland Parent Teacher Community Organization

Overland PTCO is involved in many aspects of the school and there is a place for everyone. In addition to monthly Overland PTCO meetings, the parents are invited to support the school by volunteering at the many events that enrich our students' experiences at Overland.


Overland Accountability

OHS Accountability currently meets on the second Tuesday of each month of the school year in the Overland ASC North. Meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. We have lively discussion regarding current items of interest at Overland High School. Past meetings included information about classroom rigor, college readiness, the PLATO computer academy, and school achievement data. Meetings last until 7:00 p.m.


Supporting Overland

  • Purchase an engraved leaf for the Overland tree sculpture (mounted on the wall inside the main entrance) and support Overland with your contribution. The cost is $30 for three lines. This is an opportunity to help preserve Overland's history and make your statement on the tree! Print the order form and return to the main office with your payment. Proceeds are used by Overland's Parent-Teacher-Community-Organization (PTCO) to support Overland programs. Thank you for your support. 
    EngravedLeaf2010.pdfEngraved Leaf 2010​

  • Overland clubs, performing arts, athletics, and Overland's PTCO rely on outside financial support to continue their enriching programs. Sales of merchandise or services, fundraiser dinners or other events with your support and the support of local businesses help provide funding. Please watch the Overland Courier newsletter and the Calendar for opportunities to support the Overland community. Thank you.

  • Visit the Performing Arts page to learn about the Overland High School Patrons of Performing Students (POPS) and personalized, commemorative plaques available for purchase and display in the auditorium.
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