Mt. Everest Academy ASB


The Associated Student Body (ASB) works represents the interests and goals for all of the students at Mt. Everest Academy.  Students enroll in ASB because they understand that success in school requires more than just homework and work to create a positive atmosphere on campus. ASB provides engaging activities to ensure a well-rounded experience at MEA, including dances, game nights, Spirit Weeks, Talent Show, competitions, community projects, cultural events, and staff recognition.

Current ASB Officers

President: Kyra Boyd and Maital Meltzer

Vice President: Scott Ruth

Secretary: Alex Papen

Treasurer: Mark Steel

Upcoming Events

MEA Mascarade Prom!

All High Schoolers are invited to attend MEA's 2024 Prom! Mark your calendars for May 17th, and purchase your tickets now!

Each MEA student may invite ONE non-MEA guest and purchase a ticket for the guest online with your ticket's purchase. The guest needs to complete his/her own permission. The permission slip for your guest is available at the office.

How to purchase tickets?
Tickets are sold only online. No cash sale.
Please sign in to your account or use QR code to purchase the tickets for students and guests. The item is available under the student’s name.
All tickets are non-refundable.

Please keep your receipt to show at the door. A screenshot of the ticket is acceptable.
$65 3/25 - 5/12
$70 5/13 - 5/16

No ticket will be sold after midnight on May 16th.

Do you need a dress? Princess Project may be a good place to find your perfect dress!

Game Night

When: April 25th from 5-7 pm

Where: In and around the MEA auditorium

What: Come have fun with family and friends, playing video and board games some of which include, but are not limited to, Big Jenga, Connect 4, and D&D.

Bring your own dinner!

Hygiene Kit Building

When: April 25th at 12 pm

Where: MEA Auditorium

What: Thank you for all of your kind hygiene item donations! Our boxes are full and we are ready to put our kits together. On April 25th at lunch time, we will meet in the auditorium to pack the items together for the Salvation Army Kroc Center. Thank you for all of your help so far, we hope to see you there. If you haven't donated your items and would still like to do so, feel free to drop them by the front office!

MEA Heights Magazine Submissions

Hello, young artists at MEA. If you are looking to publish your work in a magazine, this is the place for you. Heights is MEA's literary magazine that offers a platform for young artists to amplify their voices and share their work. We are accepting submissions of original work for our spring issue now. There is no theme this year, so feel free to submit written, digital, and artistic work about anything. Just something to keep in mind, people of all ages will have access to each issue, and though we want people's content to be true to their original intent, we do ask that you keep in mind the level of maturity of your work so all readers can appreciate it! Heights is a magazine that publishes lots of mediums, so feel free to submit your photography, sketches, paintings (pictures of them), and any other visual medium! Your work will featured in our issues on the Heights website.

The submission deadline is May 6th! Please submit your works here.

Thank you and Happy Writing!

Spirit Month

Month 8 is Spirit Month!

Week 1 (3/19-3/21) is patterns week. Go all out, mix those stripes + polka dots!!

Week 2 (3/26-3/28) is Western week. Cowboy boots, cowboy hats, horses… jk MEA doesn’t have the infrastructure for that.

Week 3 (4/9-4/11) is “haberdashery + scarf-ery” week, which just means you should wear your best hats and scarves to school!

Week 4 (4/6-4/18) is black + white week!

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