Everest Collegiate High School

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Alums “Own the Court” in Annual Basketball Game

EC 2013 alum Sarina Nallamothu said of her experience playing in the annual alumni verses varsity basketball game that she came back “to remind you that we still own the court.” And own the court the alums did, winning their games against the EC Mountaineer...
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Performing Arts Students Attend Thespians Festival

EC Performing Arts students attended the MI Thespians Festival this weekend at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids. According to Everest teacher and Performing Arts supervisor Lia DiFonzo, they all received award designations of “Excellent” for their...
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Giving Tree Campaign Provides Local Families in Need with Christmas Gifts

The EC Student Government recently partnered with Lighthouse of Oakland County to adopt four local families for Christmas. The “Giving Tree” campaign had the initial goal of $300 per class to be used to provide basic family items such as pots...
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EC Student Government Volunteers for Ladies of Charity Christmas Project

For their annual Christmas project, the EC student government members volunteered to help the Ladies of Charity organization with the good work they do during Advent and year round. Our high school students carefully packed more than 200 Christmas meal...
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EC Alum Jeremy Schupbach Discusses His Calling to the Priesthood

If you have a Facebook account, check out the new promotional video for Sacred Heart Seminary featuring EC alum Jeremy Schupbach. He discusses his calling to priesthood. To see the video, click here.
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Knights of Calvin: Ryan Bradley

The following interview with EC alum Ryan Bradley was published November 3 in the Calvin Chimes publication of Calvin College in Grand Rapids.  The link to the original is below: https://calvinchimes.org/2017/11/03/knights-of-calvin-ryan-bradley/ Knights...
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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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