Everest Collegiate High School

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Honored Theatre Students

On Thursday, February 7, eight Everest Collegiate students were inducted into the International Thespian Society, Troupe #8546 where they joined thousands of honored theatre students across the world, reaping benefits including scholarship opportunities...
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All About the Brain

“Human knowledge is never contained in one person. It grows from the relationships we create between each other and the world, and still it is never complete.” ― Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air The human brain is fascinating, and learning...
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Faculty Dedicated to Student Success

Everest Collegiate High School & Academy faculty and staff are dedicated to student success in the classroom, on the athletic field, and in all areas of their lives. While the snow/cold days of January 2019 and the resulting school cancellations have...
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EC Students March for Life

Guest post by EC English teacher and March for Life chaperone, Miss Maria Mellis. Thank you to all the chaperones who made this experience possible for our students! Forty-six years since the devastation of Roe vs. Wade and sixty million deaths later,...
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Making Formation Our Own

Each year, each grade at Everest Collegiate High School & Academy participates in a class retreat. The high school students participated in their retreats over the course of the first semester. However, junior Molly Milosch approached the consecrated...
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The Mountaineers Are Back

The 2018-19 winter sports season brought the return of competitive cheer to Everest Collegiate High School. The Mountaineers traveled to Marion, Michigan on Wednesday, January 16 to complete in the Marion Cheer Invitational. Nine teams competed in the...
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Board Games Arrive

Students in Mr. Mileski’s high school game development class just received prototypes of their board games.  As part of the class curriculum, students had to design and create the artwork for their own personal board game. It was a six-week project,...
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