Mountaineer Moments

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Blessing the Baby Jesus Tradition

Bless the Baby Jesus is a tradition followed at Christmas time in the Vatican, started by Pope Paul VI in 1969 at St Peter’s Square in Rome. Families bring their figure of the Baby Jesus to the square to be blessed by the Pope during his Sunday Angelus...
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The Signs of the Times

Our new signs on Clarkston Road confirm what we already knew: Everest Collegiate High School & Academy is a phenomenal school. We are proud of our achievements and our excellent faculty, staff, and students that make them possible. Go Mountaineers!
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JK Celebrate First Thanksgiving Feast

The EA Junior Kindergarten celebrated the first annual JK Thanksgiving Feast on November 21. In conjunction with the Everest Academy monthly values, the children learned to properly prepare, host, and behave at a party. They had a wonderful time preparing...
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Boys’ Middle School Student Government Helps Ladies of Charity

Last week, seven students representing the EA Boys’ Middle School Student Government, along with Dean of Students Richard Cross, took time to help the Ladies of Charity, an organization associated with St. Hugo of the Hills Parish in Bloomfield...
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MS Choir Sees Chanticleer’s Perform

Members of the Everest Middle School Choir, and several of their parents, went on a field trip Nov. 10 to the University of Michigan’s Hill auditorium to see the Chanticleer Men’s Choir. This premier men’s choir performed as part of...
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EC Football Coach named Associated Press Division 7-8 Coach of the Year

The Everest community would like to congratulate our high school head football coach, Michael Pruchnicki, on being named the 2017 Associated Press, Division 7-8 Coach of the Year.  Pruchnicki was honored by a group of state-wide journalists who gathered...
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Everest Students Are Volunteers at Beatification Mass for Fr. Solanus Casey

The Archdiocese of Detroit celebrated a unique and powerful event on Saturday, November 18.  Nearly 70,000 people attended the beatification Mass for Father Solanus Casey held at Ford Field, including several Everest families. Eight of our high school...
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