Indicators of Success

Academic excellence is an everyday occurrence at Overbrook. Our faculty and staff daily strive to provide the children with all they need to excel in school and in life. Students grow personally and are stretched intellectually under the guidance of a faculty committed to caring for each student as an individual. Overbrook eighth-grade graduates are well-prepared for a college preparatory program at the high school level.

Prekindergarten - second grade

The preschool program, which is Overbrook’s entry level, includes instruction using the Montessori method as students begin to explore the learning environment and their own strengths. Read more.

Kindergarten students are given an early mastery in the academic fundamentals as they prepare for the primary grades. Read more.

Students in the primary grades at Overbrook progressively build a solid foundation of academic skills and a love of learning, preparing them for success in the upper grades.

Third - fifth grade

Middle school students are exposed to a diverse, well-rounded curriculum that builds upon previously acquired basic skills, while developing new ways of learning and thinking. Through the continuing development of study skills and good work habits, fourth- and fifth-graders are prepared for the rigorous junior high curriculum.

Sixth - eighth grade

The junior high program at Overbrook is a strong academic preparation for a college preparatory program at the high school level. The junior high teachers work together as a team to provide the students with a supportive and nurturing environment in math, science, literature, social studies, English grammar, religion and Spanish. In addition, junior high students take a music elective, physical education and studio art.

Technology education is integrated within the subjects discerning which media resources are most appropriate for various projects undertaken.

Retreats in off campus settings for each grade level provide opportunities for personal spiritual growth and inter-relational development as a class which is difficult to achieve within the school setting. These experiences help form the students into mature Christian individuals who are able to seek the good not only for themselves but even for others first.


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