Extra-Curricular Program

In order to support Integral Formation® Everest offers extracurricular programs and cultural clubs as a means of developing positive interests and qualities in students. These provide healthy recreation and a constructive use of free time; they foster the student's identification with the school in a different setting within the school community.

We have fine arts extracurricular activities, such as choir and drama programs, which help students understand the process and elements involved in artistic and creative expressions; enrich the students' aesthetic and spiritual sensitivity, and foster an appreciation of the fine arts as part of a balanced formation.

We also have athletic extracurricular activities as a means to form the will, channel the passions, exercise teamwork, and respect and obey the authority reflected in the coaches and game rules.

Another extracurricular program we offer are the virtue clubs that provide our students the opportunity to further grow in virtue, nurture their spirituality and participate in works of apostolate.

These activities are regarded as valuable to the educational program and Everest Academy encourages participation as a complement to academic life.

Varsity Athletics

Starting in 4th grade students are given the opportunity to try out for the Everest Pioneers varsity teams. We have boys' teams and girls' teams for soccer and basketball, which compete in MISAA (Manila International Schools Athletic Association) tournaments throughout the school year.

Extra-Curricular Activities, Everest Academy Manila

Virtue Clubs

1st-3rd grade students learn to live virtue and love their faith in fun and practical ways they can understand and relate to, such as games, crafts and storytelling.

 

Conquest is an international network of clubs directed by the Legionaries of Christ, which works to form virtue in boys grades 4 and above through sports, spiritual activities and social outreach. This also includes Knights of the Altar or boys selected and appointed by the school Chaplain.

 

Challenge is an international all-girls club for girls grade 4 and above, which unites members seeking to form themselves to transform society so that Christian culture will prevail in the hearts of everyone they meet. Fun and dynamic activities are designed to help the girls grow in virtue, friendship and sharing their faith. It is also a positive place for girls to learn about themselves and create a positive impact on family, friends and the world through monthly outreach projects.

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