Everest Collegiate High School

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Field Trip to Detroit Impacts Students

The Everest Collegiate juniors attended a field trip to the Solanus Casey Center and Capuchin ministries in Detroit earlier last month. The students took the opportunity to practice their journalism skills, writing articles about the experience. Following...
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We Will Never Be the Same

The following is the final guest blog, written by Shawna Rembold, about the 2018 Senior Pilgrimage to the Holy Land: Good afternoon (or night, Israeli time). We have no idea which time zone we should be on, and when or if we should or shouldn’t sleep....
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The Church of the Nativity, Shepherd’s Field, the Visitation and More

Following is the fifth installment from the Holy Land. Today we began with the tall order, waking up some of the students after spending the night in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Then we had the joy of traveling to Bethlehem, which is across the...
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Science Olympiad Team Gets Best Regional Results

The Everest Collegiate Science Olympiad team achieved the best results to date at the 2018 Oakland County Regional Tournament. Despite having the smallest team – 10 members instead of the allowed maximum of 15 – EC students competed in all...
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A Whirlwind of Historic Sites and a Visit to the Sea

The third installment, written by Jason Tower, of the guest blogs from the senior trip to the Holy Land. Today we had a whirlwind tour of much of the public ministry of Jesus. After a wakeup call an hour earlier than the day before, we left Nazareth and...
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The View from Nazareth

The second of our guest blogs from the Holy Land, this time written by teacher and chaperone Shawna Rembold. This morning we were able to sleep in a little bit. Everyone was asleep by 10:30 P. M. last night and our wake up call was at 7 A.M. this morning....
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Off to the Holy Land!

Following is a guest blog about the Everest Collegiate Senior Trip to the Holy Land in Israel.  The first installment was written by teacher and chaperone Jason Tower. After saying goodbye and getting last minute hugs from parents gathered at DTW airport,...
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Prayer Service for Victims of Violence

On March 14, the one-month anniversary of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, students from schools across the country staged “walkouts” from class. These organized walkouts were intended to protest violence and, in some cases, to make political...
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