Welcome to Everest

Always Higher

We’re a vibrant, faith-filled Catholic community with award-winning academics, championship athletics, and a rich variety of extracurricular and service activities for preschool through high school.

Our approach is unique among metro Detroit Catholic schools. Here, you’ll find an Integral Formation philosophy, single-gender classrooms on a co-ed campus, and a dynamic mix of multinational students on one beautiful, 90-acre parcel of land in Clarkston, Michigan.

Our numbers say it all

Top 5%
U.S. Catholic Schools
10:1
Student To Teacher Ratio
88%
average faculty retention
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90%+
Student Retention
Early Years

Early Years

Early Years is our birth to early elementary program where our talented teachers provide personal attention and accompaniment for your child’s exposure to the building blocks of education through exploration, discovery, and hands-on learning.

Kindergarten - Grade 8

Academy (K-8)

Our elementary and middle school provides a solid core curriculum instilling a love of learning through fun activities, leveled reading, grammar instruction, and the development of skills and habits to foster independent, prepared, organized thinkers.

Everest High School

High School

We offer a challenging, college-prep curriculum with honors and AP courses which empowers students to think critically, integrate Christ-centered principles into their decision-making, and be responsible, ethical, global citizens.

What Everest families are saying

“The small classroom size, the students and teachers are able to have good relationships. They know your child, the child really knows the teacher. I think when you have that relationship a lot more can be accomplished.”

– Barb McGrath

Why the Everest Approach Works

At Everest, our mission is to teach students to be Catholic Christian leaders who are capable of utilizing their strengths, so they can fulfill the unique plan that God has for each of them. We do this through the process of Integral Formation, which focuses on educating the whole person.

Intellectual

High academic achievement and critical thinking skills

Human

Pursuit of integrity, honesty, and compassion

Spiritual

Deep and personal relationships with Christ

Apostolic

Joyful, caring hearts, sensitive to the needs of others