High School

High School

High School (9th-12th Grade)

Small class sizes and single gender classrooms allow students to achieve their full potential.

Everest offers a complete academic and social experience for students with AP classes, honors courses, and electives in fine arts, technology and language.

As students prepare to make their own life choices, they are empowered to think critically and integrate Christ-centered principles into their decision-making. Our goal is to positively prepare students for the future by helping them to use their God-given talents to fulfill their unique missions in life.

Academic Requirements

In order to graduate from Everest, students need to complete the following credits and twenty hours (yearly) of apostolic outreach and service. The following credits are required for graduation:

4 credits of English
4 credits of Mathematics
4 credits of Social Studies
4 credits of Theology
3 credits of Science
Class of 2019: 2 credits
Class of 2020: 2.5 credits
Class of 2021 and on: 3 credits

Everest does not currently rank its students. Honors courses now earn a GPA increase of 12.5% and AP courses earn an increase of 25%.

AP and Honors Classes

Depending on enrollment and teacher availability, Everest offers the following Advanced Placement (AP) courses: AP Biology, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science, AP Environmental Science, AP European History, AP Literature & Composition, AP Physics, and AP United States History. AP courses are teacher-recommended and require a minimum one-semester commitment.

Everest also offers honors courses in English and Science, as well as Pre-Calculus and Calculus. Honors courses require that students maintain a B- average in the course to maintain enrollment.

In addition to college-bound, honors, and AP courses, students may elect to take online courses through Michigan Virtual High School or FuelEd. This option is available for supplementary coursework not currently offered at Everest and includes AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Spanish, AP Statistics, and AP U.S. Government & Politics, among others.

Additional Offerings

Students may elect online courses through Michigan Virtual High School or FuelEd.

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