Student Life

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Life Lessons from Running

The course catalog description for the “Non-Cognitive Skills” class mentions topics such as budgeting and personal finance, meal-planning and preparations, courtesy and manners, and more. There is no doubt that education has always been about...
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Congrats Class of 2019

Twenty-six students comprised the EC Class of 2019 who graduated on Sunday, May 19, 2019. Collectively the class was accepted to 53 different colleges and universities across the country and abroad. They completed 3,200+ service hours during their years...
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A New Tradition

Everest is unique for many reasons, but one of the notable reasons is that Everest is a preschool through twelfth-grade school. With high schoolers and academy students housed in separate buildings, there are days when students and faculty alike may forget...
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Growing Fine Arts

“Education  in the arts is an integral part of the development of each human being. Those who have studied learning processes throughout the ages, beginning with Plato, have emphasized the importance of the arts in the education process. Arts education...
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Band DSO Experience

Everest’s high school and middle school bands were able to enjoy an amazing experience with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in early spring.  Along with their teacher, Mrs. Nalepa, and parent chaperones, the students were treated to box seats stage...
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Beginning Holy Week in the Holy Land

“We awoke early for a simple but filling breakfast then a walk right next door to the Basilica of the Annunciation. As our tour guide, Hani, told us, we were beginning our pilgrimage where Mary began her journey with Jesus – in her home in Nazareth....
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