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.
A three-year varsity letterman for Servite soccer and two-year starter, Cook has amassed over 2,000 minutes in goal throughout his ongoing career earning 19 wins including 12 shutouts.
A three-year starter for the Servite volleyball team, Morikawa was named 2nd Team All-Trinity League following his junior campaign when he set a new school record for most assists in a match with 64 against Los Alamitos in the CIF playoffs.
A school record six football players signed their National Letters of Intent this week as they committed to continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level. Four Friars signed to play for the Wildcats with one headed to Michigan and one to West Point.
A three-year varsity letterman for Servite football, Sims is a 2x All-Trinity League selection earning 1st Team honors his senior year and 2nd Team recognition following his junior campaign.
Servite High School is thrilled to announce that Nathaniel Quileza received a full four-year scholarship to University of Notre Dame through the QuestBridge National College Match. Congratulations, Nathaniel!
McMillan is the first Gatorade California Football Player of the Year to be chosen from Servite High School.
Thomas assigned Silao a role: coach the lower-levels defensive linemen, counsel the varsity defensive linemen. “He really has been my right-hand man,” Thomas said. “I’m a tough guy to play for. I demand a lot from my players. I need a conduit to the players and Maxx has been that.”
Servite High School’s robotics team, Friarbots Team 3309, placed second and received the Finalist Award trophy at the Beach Blitz 2021 off-season competition in Aliso Viejo, California on Nov. 7. The Friarbots competed against 33 of the western region’s best robotics teams from California and Idaho.