Everest Collegiate High School & Academy students are firmly grounded.

Their school has as its mission, 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 them.

As students, they experience daily life in a truly Christ Centered, authentically Catholic educational environment.  They receive complete formation of the human person which helps to shape their intellectual, spiritual, and social being.  They are personally accompanied toward the fulfillment of God’s plan for their lives and experience the richness of the Catholic faith and its traditions every day.

Everest Collegiate High School & Academy students are highly achieved.

Their school is the only school in Michigan to have been recognized as a Catholic Education Honor Roll School of Excellence by the Cardinal Newman Society and received 2016 honors as an Exemplary High Performing National Blue Ribbon School from the U.S. Department of Education which led to the subsequent receipt of a Congressional Award in commemoration of that distinction. According to Greg Reichert, Headmaster of Everest Collegiate High and Middle Schools,

“We are very pleased to have received the distinction as a National Blue Ribbon School and subsequent Congressional Award.  These awards, in conjunction with our recognition by the Cardinal Newman Society as a Catholic Education Honor Roll School of Excellence, speak to Everest’s dedication to the fulfillment of a comprehensive Catholic mission.

It is our responsibility as a Catholic school to provide the best education for our students, preparing them as successful leaders ready for a life-long pursuit of truth, while ensuring that this education is framed by the tenets of our faith and supported in an environment that fosters a love for Christ and His Church. These prestigious awards serve as an endorsement of Everest’s success in fulfilling this critical need in our modern culture.”

As the graduating Class of 2017, students achieved a 26.6 ACT Composite Average compared to a national average of 21.  They were offered an average of $162,341 in college scholarship dollars, and when choosing to attend a school where scholarships were offered, 2017 graduates received an average of 46% of their estimated 4-year tuition in merit-based scholarships.

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