Educational Partners

Last school year, Overfelt received over half a million dollars in donations and services from its corporate and educational partners.

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Adobe through Adobe Youth Voices has provided initiative, training, and software for our multimedia staff and students.

Applied Materials

Applied Materials has helped to fund a number of initiatives at Overfelt High School including teacher professional development through collaboration, new teacher preparation, summer biology preparation for students, and outside of the school day academic support. Applied Materials continues to be one of Overfelt’s most important partners.

California Academic Partnership Program

The California Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) is part of the California State University system and has the purpose of developing cooperative efforts to improve the preparation for college for all students. Through CAPP, Overfelt has received a number of grants to develop teacher and principal leadership, to enhance school improvement efforts, to implement expository college preparatory writing into the English curriculum, and to develop our ability to assure that all students pass algebra and establish a solid foundation in mathematics.

California Partnership Academies

The California Partnership Academies per California Education Code, represent a high school reform movement that is focused on smaller learning communities with a career theme. Academy components include rigorous academics and career technical education, with a career focus, a committed team of teachers, and active business and post-secondary partnerships.


Google has provided support to Overfelt through the “Home Sweet Home” grant program that has helped us to extend our ability to prepare students for futures in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math. In addition, Google employees regularly volunteer on the Overfelt campus.


IBM has been one of Overfelt’s most important partners. Their support includes computer donations, an annual engineer day at Overfelt, and summer internships for students. In addition, for the last two years Overfelt has received IBM Community Impact grants to extend our ability to prepare students for futures in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math.


The local McDonalds franchise on Tully Road has supported Overfelt activities for more than ten years. Their financial support has helped to fund our student academic achievement assembly as well as several other activities to enhance students’ experience at Overfelt. This includes bringing the Hispanic Scholarship Fund to Overfelt for their Steps for Success Conference.

New Teacher Center

The New Teacher Center has partnered with the East Side Union High School District and Overfelt High School by providing the expertise to develop the skills of new teachers and to support the professional development of all teachers.


In 2008 NVIDIA partnered with Overfelt High School to bring hundreds of volunteers and thousands of dollars worth of resources to improve our school. In one weekend they installed lockers, built an outdoor sand volleyball court, installed new benches, improved the landscaping, painted new murals, built a multimedia lab, installed 75 donated computers, and more. The work done by the NVIDIA volunteers alongside Overfelt students, staff, and families laid the foundation for many of the great things that are happening at Overfelt today.
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PayPal has invited Overfelt staff and students to attend their Developers Conference in addition to making significant contributions to the Overfelt Multimedia Production Academy.

San Jose State University

San Jose State Gear Up is a program that works with one cohort of students throughout their middle and high school years with the goal of preparing them for college. Gear Up is currently working with the Overfelt Class of 2014. They provide tutoring, advising, and support.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Last year the Silicon Valley Community Foundation provided the primary financial support for our ninth grade summer bridge program (Camelot Summer Institute). As a result, more than 200 students were able to advance one year in mathematics and enter Overfelt better prepared for high school success and college admission.

Silicon Valley Educational Foundation

The Silicon Valley Education Foundation has partnered with Overfelt on a number of projects including the summer Step Up to Biology program for incoming ninth grade students as well as summer math enrichment for incoming sophomores.


The YWCA provided the after school and summer program Project Inspire with tutoring, opportunities to recover credits for graduation and enrichment activities. In addition, the YWCA offers a variety of support programs for our students.

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