I would like to use a class that belongs not found in my MiKTeX database. I know I might as well pick up this class and put it in some directory inside the base and update MiKTeX, but I do not want to do that. What I want is to organize it into a subdirectory within the same directory as my main tex file. However, when compiling the tex file, the class is not found. Of course, if I put the direct class in the same directory as the main file I will solve the problem, but that's not what I want. So, I ask: Is there any way to tell the compiler, inside the main file body, how to find the class?
Note: I'm using MiKTeX as an example, but I'm really having the problem in overleaf. There was a revtex upgrade from version 4.1 to 4.2. However, overleaf does not find revtex4-2.cls, which is, in fact, the class I'd like to use.
Below, I show an example of how I would like to organize the files. Note that the class is in a subdirectory.