High School

High School

Everest high school students exhibit academic achievement, strong character, and personal discipline expected of successful young adults. Small class sizes and single-gender classrooms allow students to realize their full potential as they prepare for college and beyond.

Challenging, College-Prep Curriculum

With options for AP and honors classes, high school students study English, science, math, theology, and social studies. Additionally, they meet graduation requirements for studies in modern language, technology, fine arts, physical education/health, and electives.

Elective courses include: visual arts, astronomy, band, choir, drama, philosophy, speech, yearbook, video game development, robotics, and more. 

Every day, our students have opportunities to apply their critical thinking, writing, and expression skills in the classroom.

Team Approach to Education

Our teachers know that a student’s education is only complete when the development of the intellect becomes the foundational element that supports spiritual growth and the formation of character.

While our teachers serve the primary role of educating Everest students, the students’ growth in all areas is shared by a school counselor, dean of discipline, formation coordinator, and a principal.

Student Success

26
Average ACT Score
100%
Graduation Rate
1in10
Participate in College Athletics
125
volunteer hours performed per student
90+
championships in last 10 years
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$140k
average scholarship value per everest graduate
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Student Life at Everest

For high school students, Everest offers clubs, leadership opportunities, competitive sports, and fine arts. Learn more about Student Life at Everest.

Spiritual Life at Everest

Students have opportunities to express their faith and grow in their love of Christ at Everest.

What our families are saying

“I knew that Everest was the place for me, and I can’t imagine having spent the past four years with a different class and different group of teachers. This school provides so many things for the students here, and my class and I will be forever in debt to the community of Everest for all that they have done for us.”

– Shane Dolan, Class of 2018

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