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  • Can I go to school today?

    Parents and guardians can use these symptom checklists to determine when to keep their child at home based on the level of COVID-19 transmission in their community. Click the headline title for more information.

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  • Overland Newsletter

    Sign up to receive the weekly Overland newsletter in your inbox. Click the headline title to sign up.

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  • This Week in OHS Athletics – Oct 26

    Come support our Overland athletes in their upcoming games and competitions. Click the headline title for this week's events.

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  • Get Homework Help

    Get homework help in Virtual Extended School. Click the headline title for a list of teachers and subjects they tutor. You will make a virtual appointment with them.

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  • Register for Your AP Exams

    Click the headline title to register for your AP exams. Students taking AP courses/exams at Overland High School must enroll/register here by October 2nd to avoid a Late Registration Fee. After this date a $10 fee will be added to your registration total, please contact Mrs. Holly Crittenden in the IST Main Office at 720-747-3404 or hcrittenden@cherrycreekschools.org for questions.

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  • OHS Ranks in Top US High Schools

    Overland High School is proud to rank in the U.S. News and World Report - Best High Schools 2020!

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District Announcements

  • Free breakfast and lunch for ALL students

    ALL CCSD students will receive free breakfast and lunch through December 2020, thanks to extended funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. CCSD's Food & Nutrition Services Department is also offering free grab-and-go meals to online and preschool students! Get more information here.

    Free and low-cost flu shots

    CCSD and STRIDE Community Health will offer free and low-cost flu shots to anyone six months and older at flu vaccination clinics this fall. Get more information here.




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Principal's Moment

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    October 26, 2020

    Good Morning, Blazers! This is Principal Armour with your morning message of the week. Over the next week, Americans will continue to vote leading up to our upcoming election. As young people whether you are old enough to vote or not, you can continue to use your voice to speak up for what is right.

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

    Don’t be silent, speak up! And if you’re old enough, VOTE.

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Points of Pride

  • OHS Student Designs for CCIC

    Congratulations to Stephanie Torres, a student at CCIC and OHS, who designed the new sign on CCIC's "incline" of steps. Stephanie is in her second year of the Advanced Manufacturing pathway and used the Water Jet in the Advanced Manufacturing lab.

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  • Walmart Donates School Supplies

    Walmart of Highlands Ranch, managed by Randall Henry, generously donated boxes of school supplies to the students of Overland High School. Special thanks to Zana Shealey, Steve Sewell, Diane Swan, and Gil Trevino for assisting with all the boxes.

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  • '93 OHS Grad Appointed Colorado Judge

    Ending an eight-year absence of a person of a color serving as a judge in the 18th Judicial District, Gov. Polis appointed Judge Don Toussaint as Araphahoe County Court Judge. Toussaint began his interest in law at Overland where he participated in the City of Aurora Teen Court program. He graduated in 1993 and then studied law at DU.

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