Overlea Mission Statement: 

To maximize student potential by providing quality instruction within a professional environment to ensure our students are well prepared to achieve success in college and in the workforce.

Vision Statement:

To ensure our graduates have sound judgment, the academic skill set, and perseverance necessary to succeed in and make contributions to a globally competitive society.


Goal 1:

Every student will experience high academic achievement and continuous growth in a rigorous student centered instructional program designed to raise the academic bar and close achievement gaps via AVID instructional practices and 21st century tools that will ensure college and career readiness for every student.

Goal 2:

Overlea High School will be a safe, welcoming, and nurturing learning environment which will promote the wellbeing of the whole child and will provide a positive, respectful, and caring culture for teaching, learning, and working.

Goal 3:

Overlea High School will maximize organizational efficiency and effectiveness by engaging in strategic efforts that employ relevant and reasonable performance standards that provide for employee professional growth and shared accountability for student and school performance.

Welcome to Overlea High School clubs & activities page.  
Below is a list of clubs & activities you may want to check out. Remember sports, extra curricular activities and volunteering are a great way to build your resume and college application!  

Allied Soccer, Allied Bowling, Allied Softball - Ms. Dowling

Art Club - Mrs. Foti (Room 113, Wednesdays)
Baseball (Varsity)- 
Basketball (Boys Varsity)- Mr. Henson
Basketball (Boys JV) - Mr.Henson or Mr. Bryant 
Buffalo Soldiers - Mr. Wade & Mr. Cole & Mr. Bryant
Cheerleading - Ms. Jones
Chess - Mr. Benjes (Room 302, Thursdays) 
Class of 2018 - Ms. Newkirk & Mr. Bryant
Class of 2019 - Ms. Dowling & Ms. Jones
Class of 2020 - 
Class of 2021 - Ms. Hart & Ms. Green
Compassionate Eating Club (Vegetarian Club) - (Room 321, every other Friday) 
Cross Country - Ms. Single 
Dance Team - Ms.  Duggan -Lee (Tuesdays, 2:30)
DECA - Mr. Bryant (Room 219, Wednesdays) 
Drama - Ms. Marciano
Fellowship of Christian Athletes - Coach Rollins & Ms. Torregosa (Room 204, Wednesdays) 
Football (Varsity) - Coach Rollins
Football (JV) - Coach Williams
Forensics - Ms. Reid-Brooks
 Future Business Leaders of America - Ms. Johnson (Room 215) 
Future Educators of America - Ms. Smith (Every other Wednesday 2:20)
Golf - Mr. Yurow
Indoor Track - Ms. Single
IT Girls - Officer Zachary, Ms. Jones
Key Club - Mr. Benjes (Room 302, Thursdays)
Lacrosse (Girls) - 
Literary Magazine - Mrs. Bell (Library) 
Marine JROTC Drill Team and Raider Team - Colonel Smith (Room 112)
National English Honor Society - Ms. Geckle (monthly:  October 4th)
National Honor Society - Ms. Fabula & Mr. Wilner
Outdoor Track - Ms. Single
SGA - Ms. Fisher & Ms. Green
Soccer (Girls) - Mr. Ford
Soccer (Boys) - Mr. Barker
Spanish Honor Society - Ms. Gillis
Spectrum - Ms. Hamilton & Ms. Mintzes (Room 303, Wednesdays) 
Student Mentoring Coordinator - Ms. Jones
Tennis - Mr. Yurow
Track & Field - Ms. Single, Mr. Henson 
Tri-M Music Honors Society - Ms. Sheeler (Room 110, first Tuesday of the month) 
Vocal Music - Ms. Zephir  (A days, room 110, 2:30 - 4pm)
Volleyball - Varsity Coach Henson and Ms. Newkirk/JV Ms. Gizara
World Languages Club - Ms. Gillis & Ms. Redfurn
Wrestling (Varsity) - Coach Rollins
Wrestling (JV) - Coach Williams