High School

High School

High School Sports

Everest Collegiate High School offers a wide variety of competitive sports programs. Since our high school doors were opened in 2008 our teams have won League titles, Catholic League titles, District titles, Regional titles, and Back to Back State Championships in Golf. We’ve formed co-ops with local Catholic and Christian schools to expand the reach of our Catholic faith and teamwork outside Everest walls and into real world situations.

Click here to learn five facts about Everest High School Athletics.

Boys
Football
Soccer
Basketball
Bowling*
Golf
Baseball
Track
Hockey*
Lacrosse*
Girls
Volleyball
Cross Country
Basketball
Bowling*
Track
Softball
Soccer*
Tennis*
Golf



*Sports run in co-op with other faith-based schools

Sports Accomplishments

Boys Varsity Football:
First school in MHSAA history to qualify for the State Playoffs in every year since the team’s inception: 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016

Girls Varsity Basketball:
District & Regional Champions: 2014

Boys Varsity Basketball:
League & District Champions: 2012 & 2013

Boys Varsity Baseball:
District Champions: 2015

Boys Varsity Hockey:
League Champions: 2013

Boys Varsity Golf:
MHSAA Division 4 State Champions: 2016 & 2017
Regional Champions, District Champions CHSL Champions

Girls Varsity Tennis:
League Champions: 2013
CHSL Catholic League Champions: 2017

Boys Varsity Baseball:
District Champions: 2015

Boys Varsity Hockey:
League Champions: 2013

Girls Varsity Soccer:
State Finalist: 2010, 2012 – 2014
District Champions: 2016

Girls Varsity Softball:
District & Regional Champions: 2011
League Champions: 2013 & 2015
District Champions: 2013

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Everest Collegiate has been a proud member of the
Catholic High School League since 2008.

High School Club Opportunities

The faculty and administration of Everest Collegiate High School understand the importance of providing co-curricular activities that foster students’ interests. Colleges and universities will be interested in not only a student’s academic resume, but also his/her active participation in meaningful clubs. Since some of the clubs are formed based on student interests and initiatives the club list might vary slightly from one year to the next. Listed below are examples of some of the clubs offered.

  • Math Club
  • Science Olympiad
  • Entrepreneurial Business Club
  • Game Development Club
  • Yearbook Club
  • Academy Ed. Club
  • Mountaineer Programming Club
  • Pro Life Club
  • Campus Ministry
  • Philosophy Club
  • EC Choir
  • Drama Club
  • Photography Club

High School Events & Competitions

  • Homecoming Events (October)
  • EC Winter Games/Catholic Schools Week (January)
  • Forensics Competition (February)

High School Student Leadership

EC Mentor Program

Members of the Everest Collegiate Mentor Program welcome incoming freshman and new transfer students to the Everest family. Mentors familiarize new students with the campus and help them meet other students. Mentors check in on a regular basis to make sure students are adjusting well and to address any concerns.

EC Student Government

Everest Collegiate High School offers its students an opportunity to run for and serve on Student Government. Four officer positions are offered; President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Apostolic Service Coordinator as well as four classroom representatives each school year. Students are elected by their peers and meet weekly to discuss needs and plan activities.

National Honor Society

The Christ the King Chapter of the National Honor Society at Everest Collegiate High School inducts new members once each year during the fall semester. Any junior or senior student who meets the criteria of the Society for enrollment, cumulative grade point average, and character is eligible to apply for membership. The school-appointed faculty council then selects those students who excel in the areas of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Because the NHS is a service organization, members are expected to serve the school and community as determined by the chapter leadership and members.

Spiritual Opportunities

  • Daily Presence of Priests and Consecrated Women
  • All-School Masses Every Friday
  • Daily Mass Offered Before School Hours Monday through Thursday
  • After School Mass Twice Per Week
  • Eucharistic Adoration During Advent and Lent
  • Regularly Scheduled and On Demand Confession
  • Annual Grade Special Retreats
  • Apostolic Service Projects
  • March for Life Trip
  • Senior Pilgrimage

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