forming faith-filled leaders
Servite High School is a Catholic college preparatory high school for boys located in Anaheim, California.
Offering a world-class academic curriculum, we help make a better world by forming the next generation of leaders with the knowledge, character, and wisdom for success in college and life. Servite provides a unique experience where young men explore their interests, join a brotherhood for life, and become the best version of themselves. We are committed to developing the whole person through academic excellence, unparalleled formation, prestigious athletics, comprehensive arts, and extracurricular opportunities.
We offer a wide variety of opportunities for prospective students and families to learn more about our unique approach and experience the Servite difference.
Why choose Servite for your son? Studies have consistently shown that boys learn best in an all-male environment.
Servite’s remarkable turnaround campaign faced a consistent but short-handed contender Friday for a berth in the CIF-SS Division 2 football championship game.
A three-year varsity letterman, Moyer is a 2x All-Trinity League selection for the Friars earning 1st Team honors as a junior and 2nd Team recognition his sophomore year. To date, he has played in 45 games tallying 14 goals and seven assists, including five game winners.
On October 22, 2023, the Servite High School community came together for its 65th annual Fashion Show, Boutique, and Luncheon at the Anaheim Marriott. The theme of the event, "Bloom in His Grace," was beautifully embodied by our 2023 models. It was an absolute pleasure to witness the young men of Servite High School step into the spotlight alongside their mothers, as well as a select group of senior students from Rosary Academy.
Former 2x Trinity League Offensive MVP, Noah Fifita '22 is showing he can sling it at the collegiate level after leading Arizona to a dominant victory over Washington State.
Cross Country took home the title at the OC Championships this weekend beating out Brea Olinda 71-76! Sophomore Manny Lopez led the Friars with a 1st place finish coming in at 15:41.6 followed by senior Josh Siebert who finished 3rd with a time of 15:49.4.
On October 2nd, twelve students were inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica, Los Frailes chapter.
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