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Amongs the Foreign Languages, Arts, Mathematic, and English classes. Overfelt also offers accelerated Advanced Placement and Honors classes. Overfelt High also offer a broad range of sport teams. Its athletic teams are known as the Royals.
The campus was built in 1962, making it the third-oldest school in the district. William C. Overfelt High School has modernized sections of the campus and the landscaping, with the assistance of Measure A funds. Measure G funds will provide modernization of all classroom areas
In 2006, the school established the first AP European History class by Mr. Douglas Day. In 2007, the first AP Art History class taught by Ms. Daphne Miller was established. In 2008, AP Psychology was restarted by the class-of-2009 and taught by Mr. Douglas Day. By the end of 2007, part of the school — the "B Wing" — was torn down in order to construct new C100 classrooms, as well as at the side of the school where new C200 classrooms were constructed for mainly incoming freshmen.
The school has an outstanding Wrestling team (a past State Champion), Men's Soccer team, and other sports teams. The Women's Tennis team has placed first in their league. The Women's tennis team advanced to the Santa Teresa Division "B leagues" in 2008 and dominated that season- placing second in their league. By the summer of 2008, the tennis courts were resurfaced and the ladies continued to play their best. Competing against tough oppenents, they placed fourth in the B leagues in 2009. Their Women's Varsity Cross Country team also had a good season by making it to CCS by placing 11th in the league finals. They ran at Toro Park and placed 12th at CCS.
Overfelt has also had a history of producing award-winning yearbooks, and an up-and-coming marching band program directed by Mr. Steven Barnhill in the late 1980s and early '90s that won the first awards for the program during that time.
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