TOGETHER WE BECOME
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.
Help us Strengthen the Legacy by giving to the Servite Annual Fund. The Servite Annual Fund is the most important fundraising effort at Servite. It touches each student and every teacher, making our distinctive programs possible. Between September 23rd and December 31st, our aim is 100% participation from our current Servite families. That's 100% participation in 100 days!
Cantlay won this weekend's Zozo Championship held at the Sherwood Country Club shooting 65 (-7) on the final day of competition with a career-high 9 birdies.
Semifinalists are the highest scorers in each of the 50 states and represent less than one percent of each state’s high school seniors. Although semifinalist qualifying scores vary from one state to another, all of the scores are extremely high.
A three-year varsity letterman for the Friars by the time he graduates, Hocking was having a great start to his sophomore campaign before COVID-19 ended the 2020 season.
Coach Soto brings over 20 years of coaching experience to the Friars working at both the collegiate and youth level.
The announcement stated in part, "Clinton has coached boys wrestling for over 35 years and is a member of both the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and California Wrestling Hall of Fame."
From rising Telemundo singer to president of his high school choral program, from Mouseketeer to country crooning opener for LeAnn Rimes, Sean Oliu’s singing career has been as varied as it has been successful.
Servite Tennis player Andy Loughran ’22 has teamed up with Orange Lutheran students Jacob Eusebio and Natalie Rodriguez to create Serving Advantage, a nonprofit aimed at providing summer camp opportunities for children with special needs.