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Denzel wins Top Defensive Player of U-18 Baseball World Cup

The WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup took place in Thunder Bay, Ontario from September 1 to 10. Everest student Denzel Clarke and teacher/coach Chris Begg were there representing Canada. Canada finished fourth in the tournament. Denzel had an outstanding tournament. He won Top Defensive Player for the tournament, and ended up leading Team Canada in Read More...

Success for Students at Field Lacrosse National Championships

From September 1st to 3rd two Everest student-athletes were in Saskatoon competing in the Field Lacrosse National Championships. Joe Connor with Team Ontario took home the U18 First Nations Trophy. Joe is in Grade 12 at Everest and is on the Prep Lacrosse team. Zack Tower played in the U15 Alumni Cup with Team Ontario and won Silver. Zac Read More...

Grade 6 student Ava McLean runs 14.7km race

Everest student Ava McLean ran the Glen Tay Block race this past week - a 14.7 km running road race (one of the oldest road races in Canada). Not only did Ava run this race at just 10 years old, she won a medal for being the first female runner under 20 years old to finish this year. Ava is in the hockey program and is just about to start her Grade Read More...

Denzel Clarke to represent Canada

Denzel Clarke will be representing Canada in the U-18 Baseball World Cup this year. The WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup will take place in Thunder Bay, Ontario from September 1 to 10. Denzel is part of the Baseball program and will be entering his Grade 12 year this fall. [caption id="attachment_4888" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Read More...

Kyle Buchanan wins Lacrosse Championship

Congratulations to the Peterborough Lakers Sr. A team and our newest member to the Everest Lacrosse family Kyle Buchanan on winning the Major Series Lacrosse Championship last night versus the Six Nations Chiefs. Kyle finished the playoffs tied in 3rd place for scoring putting up 5 goals, 27 assists in 11 games. Read More...

Bianca Chevarie Wins Silver Medal with Team Canada

Current Everest Academy student Bianca Chevarie has returned from the Women’s Lacrosse World Cup where she represented Team Canada in the event that took place from July 12 – 22 in Guildford, England. Team Canada finished with a Silver medal, as Canada lost to the United States 10-5 in the tournament final.  Bianca finished the tournament w Read More...

Recent Everest Graduate commits to Canton University

Recent Everest Academy graduate Breanna Bedborough has made her commitment to play NCAA DIII hockey at Canton University. Breanna was a student at Everest Academy for two years and a member of our Hockey Development program.  Breanna was also an active member of the Student Council and Duke of Edinburgh program. Read More...

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Chris Begg invited to be part of coaching staff for Canada’s junior national team

For the fourth time in six years, Everest baseball coach, Chris Begg, has been invited as a guest coach for Canada’s junior national team. From May 18-28, 2016, the team will be traveling to the Dominican Republic to play affiliates from Major League organizations. Begg’s primary responsibility will be working with the pitching staff, but as Read More...

Varsity Hockey Games at Hill Academy

December 2nd at the Hill Academy Our Varsity Everest U15 and U13 hockey teams played the 2nd game of a home and home series against the Hill Academy. In the first game our U13 team came out hard looking for redemption from the last time they faced and lost to the Hill.  After a scoreless first period, Cole O’Hara got Read More...

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Everest Academy is Canada's leading K to 12 S.E.L.F. private school dedicated to the holistic development of high achieving students.
Everest is based in Thornhill, Ontario in the York region, part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Everest Academy is an alternative school founded by Farell Duclair, former CFL football player, on the idea that all students can achieve remarkable excellence as scholars, athletes, and people when given the opportunity and resources.