The Eastside Catholic football team will begin the 2018 season against Oaks Christian at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego on September 1 when they participate in the Honor Bowl.
Eastside Catholic School is a Catholic faith-based educational community where students learn to integrate their thinking and believing in ways that encourage intellectual excellence, nurture relationships and inspire a life of leadership and service to others.
99% of the 2017 graduating class was college bound
50-acre campus with state-of-the-art facilities
7 state championships have been awarded to High School athletic teams
36 years supporting academic, spiritual and personal success
65% of our faculty hold advanced degrees
Students attend EC from 46 different ZIP codes
Arts students have received the highest number of All-State honors of any private school
Approximately 75% of students play at least one sport each year
In 2017, students volunteered a total of 27,975 hours of community service
I have learned to be a leader, to be kind; and that to try my hardest is the key to success."
of the community. The first day of school I didn’t know anyone, but so many people said hello, and how is your day. I met friends that I still have today."
my teachers go above and beyond."
Please join us in congratulating the following students for signing commitment letters to play their sport at the collegiate level on National Letter of Intent Signing Day today!
Congratulations to our boys basketball team, who had an incredible run in the WIAA 3A Hardwood Classic State Basketball Tournament!
The following seven student-athletes signed commitment letters to play their sport at the collegiate level on National Letter of Intent Signing Day.
Congratulations to our EC Competitive Cheer team for their victory at the WIAA State Championships!
Eastside Catholic varsity boys basketball won the Cactus Jam Basketball tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona over Christmas break!
We had many fall sport athletes recognized for All-League Metro Mountain division, All-Area and All-State honors!
For the first time in 33 years, the girls cross country ran their way into the 3A WIAA State meet.