Overland Activities

Overland Fashion Show

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FCCLA - Everlasting Tale

Overland FCCLA chose the state theme for this school year as an Everlasting Tale.  Literacy is our big focus for this year. The club members chose to go and read and do reading activities with the Preschoolers (Age 3-5) and since it was just Martin Luther King Day, they did I have a dream activities and read a book to them about him. 

Overland State DECA Qualifiers

On Friday, December 8th  the Overland DECA chapter went to Johnson & Wales to compete at the District Conference.  The students showed class and professionalism throughout the conference.

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State Qualifiers from left to right:

1st Mykaela Dickerson, 1st Jennifer Aklilu,  2nd Shakur Hudson, 1st Jabez Kim and 4th Linda Zhou.


Overland High School are the only program in the state to be using  industrial sewing machines.

OHS had their first student finish their beginner sewing project of a pillow case.  Students have only been sewing for 2 weeks.  The next project will be a recycled fashion project. Students will showcase student work at the end of semester fashion show on Monday Dec 18th at 7pm!

Arielle Bergmann, Instructor


Fall 2017

FBLA at Overland High School competes in business competitions with students internationally. We keep up-to-date with happenings in the business field, by visiting Coors field and speaking to the Rockies managers, or bringing in an entrepreneur that runs a bakery in downtown Denver. Our club is more than an extracurricular activity it embeds all of our students with every day skills and knowledge to better themselves in future careers.

Current Officers:
Kaysha Gray
Edvard Mushiev
Benedict Mahonda
Spencer Peck
Mykaela Dickerson
Michaela Conway

Some activities planned this year:

              Parade of lights (dressing up and walking in the parade)

              Fall Festival (Face painting for Halloween)

              Compete at Districts – at Arapahoe fair grounds

              Compete at State- Vail Colorado

              Compete at Nationals- Baltimore, Maryland

              Business day of baseball – in quote above (speaking to Rockies managers)

              Officers are attending the Fall Leadership Conference

              Hosting a shred a thon

              Participating in “Chili for the Chilly”- serving and handing out clothing and food to homeless


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​ ​Overland DECA Students qualify for State


​On Friday, November 11th our Overland DECA (An Association of Marketing Students) students participated at the District Conference competition held at Johnson & Wales.  We had 4 students qualify for State.  Please join me in congratulating the students pictured below.  From left to right:   Jennifer Aklilu, Mykaela Dickerson, Evelyn De La Torre Chavez, &  Maya Nettath.

All Overland students that participated at districts were presented with 2 case studies that they needed to solve with viable solutions.  These case studies simulate what business people encounter out in the real world on a daily basis.   They were given 10 minutes to prep.  After prepping they were then given 10 minutes to present to a judge.  Regardless of the outcome all students have developed and learned valuable skills that will serve them well in the real world.  Our students showed true professionalism and represented your school well. 

Some of the students pictured below will also be writing manuals that they will be presenting and competing in at the State Conference.


​Overland Digital Video Production Wins!​

Overland's Digital Video Production team took 1st Place for their Cyber Bullying prevention video. 


The On-Demand Team took 2nd.  Click here to link to their video.

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