-Mr. and Mrs. Carter
-Mr. and Mrs. Cross
-Mr. & Mrs. Luttinen
-Dr. and Mrs. Stafford
-Mr. & Mrs. Westlake
-Mr. & Mrs. Wilborn
-Mr. & Mrs. Williams
Welcome to Everest
Get To Know Us
Everest Collegiate High School and Academy is an independent, private school providing a Christ-Centered authentically Catholic educational experience designed to develop leaders who are capable of utilizing their strengths, so they can fulfill the unique plan that God has for each of them. We offer a preschool to 12th grade education with a single gender focus on a co-ed campus. Our efforts as a school concentrate on helping students excel in four main areas: Academics, Spiritual Formation, Character Development, and Service to Others. Future leaders welcome.Who We Are
Take A Look
For a peek inside life at Everest, take a look at our students, faculty, religious and consecrated in action. From athletic events and club activities to music and drama, the beauty that is Everest guides, encourages and supports students in their journey to fulfill God’s will for their lives.Experience Everest
Come See Us
No matter what time of year it is, Everest is always ready to welcome you with open arms for a personal tour. We encourage all prospective families to either attend one of our open houses or schedule a tour to truly understand what Everest has to offer. We cannot wait to meet you.Schedule A Tour
Be A Mountaineer
Applying to a new school might seem a little daunting, but at Everest, we want to your admissions process to be as simple as possible. We’ve outlined everything you’ll need to do in this easy to follow guideline so you’ll know exactly what to expect. Each step will bring you that much closer to being part of the Everest family. You’ll be a Mountaineer before you know it!How To Apply
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