Everest Collegiate High School

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Walking Where Jesus Walked

“Here’s a question for you:  what do you call the Sea of Galilee? … Give up? … Lake Galilee!  Yes, it is really a fresh water lake filled with at least 32 varieties of fish! Our wake up today was at 6:00 A.M. We’re told that’s the...
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Beginning Holy Week in the Holy Land

“We awoke early for a simple but filling breakfast then a walk right next door to the Basilica of the Annunciation. As our tour guide, Hani, told us, we were beginning our pilgrimage where Mary began her journey with Jesus – in her home in Nazareth....
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And They’re Off…

Enjoy the series of blogs over this next week as the Everest community accompanies the Class of 2019 on their annual senior pilgrimage to the Holy Land. This guest post is written by Mrs. Kathie Nalepa. “Our band of pilgrims departed Detroit on...
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Essay Writer Honored by Optimists

On Wednesday, April 10, Everest Collegiate junior, Colleen Walker, was invited to participate in an honorary breakfast with the Clarkston Optimist Club. Colleen’s participation in the Optimist Club’s annual essay contest earned her a second place...
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Heads, Shoulders, Knees, & Toes

Everest Collegiate’s anatomy and physiology students had the tremendous opportunity to “scrub in” for orthopedic surgery with orthopedic surgeon Dr. Shivajee Nallamothu at Michigan Center for Orthopedic Surgery on March 27. The students...
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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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Midshipman Exemplifies Overcoming Obstacles

Midshipman 4/C from the United States Naval Academy, former student of EC science teacher Krista Willertz, spent the day interacting with students at Everest Collegiate on March 13.  Matthew visited several classes, ate lunch with the student council,...
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