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April Mountaineers of the Month

Congratulations to the April Mountaineers of the Month! Our elementary students exemplified the virtue of the month of cheerfulness. Cheerfulness is the virtue through which I choose to receive the joy God gives me even in hard moments. When I am filled...
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Living Our Best Lent

“During Lent, we are asked to devote ourselves to seeking the Lord in prayer and reading Scripture, to service by giving alms, and to sacrifice self-control through fasting. Many know of the tradition of abstaining from meat on Fridays during Lent,...
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In Like a Lion…

“In like a lion, out like a lamb.” Although spring sports are well underway, the predicted return of snow tomorrow is a reminder that winter ended not long ago. The accomplishments of Everest winter athletes were many. In addition to the competitive...
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EC Mountaineers Stations Workout

“Athletic Played with Purpose.” What purpose? Overall, the extracurricular athletic program aims to: a. Promote the integral formation of students through their participation in a safe, high-quality athletic program b. Foster virtue, teamwork,...
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Living Our Best Lent

“During Lent, we are asked to focus more intently on “almsgiving,” which means donating money or goods to the poor and performing other acts of charity.  As one of the three pillars of Lenten practice, almsgiving is “a witness...
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Sixth Graders Share Wonder

Last Tuesday, the sixth-grade girls attended their annual class retreat at Queen of the Family Retreat Center.The day was centered around the theme of friendship, reflecting on the movie Wonder. It was an opportunity to find the “wonder” in each of...
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Boys at Boyne

For over 65 years, Boyne Mountain Resort has been delighting vacationers from all over Michigan. Once again this year, the boys from the Everest’s international program headed north for their annual Boyne ski trip.   Students left Thursday after...
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Everest Students Take a Stand

Apostolic service projects are designed to help students learn about improving their world by serving as Catholic Christian leaders and apostles of faith. Apostolic projects respond to the needs of the Church and the community in order to spread justice...
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