Seventy-four percent of the seventh-graders who tested last year Overbrook School met required scores in selected subject areas on their standardized/achievement test to qualify to participate in the Duke University Talent Identification Program for 2014. That means those students will be able to take the SAT or ACT college entrance exams as seventh-graders.
"I praise you for I am wondrously made. Wonderful are your works." – Psalm 139: 14 Those are the words etched into the stone inside the new rotunda that welcomes all to Overbrook School. The words reflect gratitude for how incredibly God made man and nature. The words also express the gratitude the Overbrook School community has for the renovations completed recently. The new entrance, front lobby, front lawn and covered walkway were blessed and dedicated Friday, Oct. 3.
Three OS junior high students won medals at the HVAC Cross Country Championship meet Monday afternoon on a two-mile course. They are: sixth-grader Mariah Clark, who placed third for Class A, and eighth-graders Alex Wall, who finished fourth in his group, and Camilo Morrice, who finished seventh also in Class A.
Overbrook School eighth-grader Kaili Liu created a lens out of soda cans to amplify and focus sound. Her project, called Sodasonics, was selected as one of three semifinalists in Tennessee for the Broadcom MASTERS competition this year.
- FriOct31 Halloween, NO Mass
- MonNov03 School/Office Closed-Faculty/Staff In-Service, TAIS Bi-annual Conference
- WedNov05 Legion of Mary, 3-4:50@Mary Queen of Angels 3:00 PM to 4:50 PMMary Queen of Angels
- ThuNov06 SCA Fall Play Matinee, 10 am SCA Theater
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