Senior Ashlyn Prukop was elected Governor of Evergreen Girls State last month during the week-long citizenship training program.
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 2018 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
38 years supporting academic, spiritual and personal success
68% 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 2017-18, students volunteered a total of 35,907 hours of community service
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."
it has taught me to be a leader. Leadership is about inspiring people to do the very best they can."
Five middle school students competed at the CYO Championship and two earned silver medals at the event.
Congratulations to our middle school students for their success during the fourth quarter of the 2018-19 school year! Thank you to eighth-grader Nathaniel F. for providing pictures from the event.
Congratulations to our eight high school students who competed at the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Orlando, Florida.
Congratulations to our April Students of the Month!
Eastside Catholic is pleased to announce that Frances Carhart has been hired as the Director of Student Services, effective July 1, 2019.
Congratulations to our middle school students for their success during the third quarter of the 2018-19 school year!
We are proud to be listed in the Challenge Index, the oldest high school ranking system in the country, beginning in 1998 in both Newsweek and The Washington Post.