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The Overbrook boys junior varsity team won the Nashville Diocesan Athletic Council championship tournament Saturday, Feb. 25 with a 38-17 victory over St. Pius in the finals. The team also finished the season first in the league with a DAC record of 15-2.

The boys finished as regular season champions with a record of 17-11 overall.



At Overbrook we believe that athletics are an opportunity to teach values and characteristics that will help one succeed in life. It is our goal to develop fundamentally sound athletes who can continue on to complete at the high school level, while also growing and maturing into strong young Christian men and women.

While we wish to be competitive, our primary goal is to create a fun and encouraging environment that will encourage the athlete to perform at his or her full potential. In addition to teaching the concept of teamwork, we aim to advance the skills of the athlete at a pace that is appropriate for his or her individual development. Overbrook encourages all students to participate in athletics from the tallest to the smallest.

Overbrook participates in the Nashville Diocesan Athletic Council sports league. Nashville Catholic Overbrook School sends students to play with a group of other students from area Catholic schools for wrestling, tennis, baseball and girls softball. These students form a team called Nashville Catholic that then plays other area schools in league play.

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Overbrook was founded in 1936. Tour our campus

Students will begin studying Latin in lower grades in 2016-2017. See students in action in the science lab.

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For three years in a row, Overbrook parents have supported the annual fund at 99% or more. Overbrook's Parents' Club

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