Attention, ECCHS Alumni! Please join us for the 2nd Annual Alumni/Student “Share Your Career” Get-Together on Friday, December 20. This day will focus on sharing your positive educational and career experiences with current ECC students in an attempt to directly connect them to our alumni community.
Please consider joining us for this event. All alumni are welcome. Young alumni home on Christmas break are encouraged to join us as well. If you would like more information on the day’s activities, are interested in attending or know someone who may be interested, please contact Wee J. Fernan at 814-834-7800 or email@example.com.
Hope you can join us!
ELK COUNTY CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL!!!
A big thank you goes out to everyone who helped make the video a winner! Whether you were turning a hallway into a winter wonderland, performing all-star lip-syncing duties, or producing and editing the footage itself, you helped in making this video an amazing representation of our school and student body. THANK YOU!!
All the video entries can be viewed by clicking here.
Way to go, Crusaders!! Now bring home those EQT Energy Classic Titles!!
St. Marys area schools (including ECCSS) are operating on a two-hour today this morning, December 9.
Here is ECCHS’s official EQT Energy Classic Elk County Holiday Tournament “Lucky Lip” Sync video!
The winner of the video contest will be announced on Friday at 6 p.m. on www.eqtenergyclassic.com.
Do you think our video is the winner!?
We’re excited to announce the addition of Gunners Restaurant to the Scrip Program. We will keep $25 cards in the on-hand inventory box, but $10, $25, and $50 cards are available online. They offer a 10% rebate.
FTD has become a ScripNow! retailer, too.
Make sure you’re planning ahead for Christmas!
- Your ECCSS Scrip Team
Recently, State Representative Matt Gabler visited ECCHS and spent the day talking with various groups of the student body. He spoke with both the students involved in student government and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). He shared with them stories of his life and how he came to be in the government position that he finds himself in today. He interacted with the students by asking them questions about government and the finances of small businesses and testing their knowledge. He ultimately encouraged the students to continue working hard pursuing their future careers. Pictured is Representative Gabler presenting an American flag to Luke Kraus, Student Council president.
Thanks, Representative Gabler, for taking the time to visit with our students!