Overbrook High School is an American comprehensive community four-year public high school located in Pine Hill, in Camden County, New Jersey, as part of the Pine Hill Schools. The high school also serves the communities of Berlin Township and Clementon as part of sending/receiving relationships. Its colors are burnt orange and navy. The current principal of Overbrook is Paul Harmelin.
The school was the 276th-ranked public high school in New Jersey out of 316 schools statewide, in New Jersey Monthly magazine's September 2008 cover story on the state's Top Public High Schools. The school was ranked 278th in the magazine's September 2006 issue, which surveyed 316 schools across the state.
The school was originally founded as Lower Camden County Regional High School in 1939, in Lindenwold. It served students from up to ten municipalities at one point. The population soon began to grow, however, and Edgewood Regional High School (now Winslow Township High School) was founded in Winslow Township. The school took the name Overbrook Regional Senior High School in the 1950's, and joined its sister school Edgewood as part of Lower Camden County Regional High School District #1.
Soon, the student population became too large for the now 60+ year old building to handle, and the current building was erected in 1969 in Pine Hill. The former building became known as Overbrook Regional Junior High School.
In 1999, each of the individual school boards voted to dissolve LCCRHSD. Lindenwold would build its own high school and take over the old junior high building to make it the district's middle school. Edgewood Regional Junior High became Winslow Township Middle School, and Edgewood Senior High became Winslow Township High School. Pine Hill would build Pine Hill Middle School in the forested area next to the school.