Education

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Celebrating Catholic Schools on Plante Day

Friday, May 31 marked the Everest Collegiate High School & Academy’s annual Plante Day in honor of Mrs. Plante, our admissions director of 23 years who retired in 2016. Although some of our younger students now may be more familiar with Mr....
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CSW Takes Us By A Storm

What better way to celebrate the gift of Catholic education than a day off? While students stay warm and safe in their homes, administrators have developed a contingency plan for the Catholic Schools Week festivities planned for this week. Catholic Schools...
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U.S. Congressman Mike Bishop to Visit Everest

On Friday, Nov. 4 at 1:00 pm, US Representative Mike Bishop from the 8th Congressional District of Michigan will visit Everest. In honor of our school’s distinction as a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, the Congressman will address the...
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Congrats to the Winners of the EA Middle School Student Council Elections!

Last week,  the middle school held their annual elections to select the student council for the 2016-2017 school year. Each of the candidates had the opportunity to give a speech in front of his or her peers as part of campaign week.  All the students...
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Clean Water Calendar Contest

  Calling all Oakland County 4th and 5th grade students who want to participate in the 12th Annual Kid’s Clean Water Calendar Contest! This year’s theme for the calendar is “Clean Water Begins with You! We Can All Protect Oakland County’s...
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Mad Science at Everest!

“Mad Science” Tuesdays kicked off at Everest this week.  Our elementary students had fun experimenting with the “three states of matter”.  To join in the fun, enroll online for the upcoming six-week program at the following link:...
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Congrats on Summer Reading!

We are so proud of EA students Luke, T. J., Zeke, and Zoe who completed the Springfield Township Library’s Summer Reading Program! And congrats to all our students who remembered to enjoy reading books during their summer vacation.  It’s...
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March is “Hat’s Off to Reading” Month

On March 1, elementary teachers at the EA Girls’ School kicked off the month with a “Hats Off to Reading” campaign.  Each week, students are encouraged to spend some time reading in the evening, tracking their progress on weekly worksheets. ...
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