Mountaineer Moments

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What Do Engineering Students Do?

In the classroom, AP Calculus and AP Computer Science receive a rigorous curriculum that approximates the experience of a first-year college course.  In December, they visited the University of Michigan College of Engineering and saw a glimpse of the...
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“Date Night” with Dad

Friday, December 14 was a special night for many of our kindergarten through second-grade girls and their dads. The Everest Parent Program put on its annual Father & Daughter Night which, as one dad put it, “was a fun time connecting with our daughters...
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Entrusting to Our Mother’s Care

On Wednesday, December 12, about 60 students in grades 6-8 consecrated the rest of their lives to Jesus Christ through Mary in what is traditionally called Marian Consecration.   Over a 33-day period of preparation, they read, prayed, and studied about...
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Michigan Thespian Festival

Thirteen of Everest Collegiate’s International Thespian Society scholars participated in the Michigan Thespian Festival in Grand Rapids with over 1,000 other Michigan students this December.  While there, EC students competed in individual events in...
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Mountaineers Return & THE Mountaineer

Friday, December 21 brought back the annual EC varsity vs alumni games. This year with many alumni boys returning to the EC courts, the alumni from 2012-2015 faced off against the alumni from 2015-2018 to determine who would play the varsity squad. The...
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Awaken Ministries Visits Everest

On Saturday, December 8, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, Everest hosted Awaken Ministries for an evening of praise and worship, dynamic speaking, and Eucharistic Adoration.  The high school gym was transformed by the Awaken team and there...
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Merry Christmas from Everest!

This year’s annual Everest Academy Christmas program featuring students in preschool through eighth grade was held on Wednesday, December 12. The program was titled “A Season of Rejoicing” and featured the preschool through fourth-grade students,...
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