Everest Celebrates Catholic Schools Week
During the week of January 27 -31, 2014, Everest Collegiate High School and Everest Academy joined Catholic schools across the nation in celebrating the gift of Catholic education. This year’s national theme was “Celebrating Communities of Faith, Service and Knowledge.” Everest students participated in a variety of planned activities to celebrate, including themed dress up days, class competitions, and apostolic projects. What a beautiful celebration of the blessings of Everest!
During the week, the Everest Collegiate High School students competed in the 5th annual EC Winter Games. The Senior class won the competitive honors and earned a day off school for their victory! Congratulations Seniors!
Check out the video of the Boys’ and Girl’s tug-of-war events on the Everest YouTube Channel at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/user/EverestSchools.
In the Academy, the Girls’ School and students in the lower school competed in the annual Regatta, racing boats they created themselves. Winners by division included: JK-K winner – first place Aidan McNeill, second place Max Jansenvanvuren, and most creative Jack Leuchtmann; 1st-2nd grade first place Lily Freundl, second place Caroline Beggs, and most creative Isabella Seth; 3rd – 5th Grade first place Mia Wayne, second place Gwen Zych and most creative Katrina Earnhardt; and 6th – 8th grade first place Molly Milosch, second place Gabby Schultz and most creative Margaret Allard.
The Boys’ School participated in the annual Pinewood Derby, racing cars they created themselves. First place honors in the middle school went to Jack Rankin, second place to Mitch Rozwadowski and third to Chris Rea. In 3rd through 5th grade, the first place winner was Francesco Mirjah, second place to Giovanni Mastromatteo and third place to Luke Abraham.
Great job all!