At Everest, we aspire to a higher calling
At Everest, you’ll find a place that is grounded in, and genuinely embraces, the tenets and traditions of the Catholic faith. On our campus, the active presence of priests and consecrated women, and the daily opportunity to participate in the sacraments of Eucharist and Reconciliation, encourage your child to develop an active, personal relationship with Christ in order to discover their unique and personal mission.
We study to achieve our highest potential
We believe a rigorous approach to academics, including honors and AP classes, builds necessary critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication skills—helping our students reach their highest potential.
The only Michigan school with Cardinal Newman and Blue Ribbon Honors
The U.S. Department of Education recognized Everest as one of only 50 private schools in the country, and the only private school in Michigan, as a School of Excellence for its high performance levels.
We embrace our God-given talents
An Everest education extends to all aspects of a student’s life. We encourage the development of our students’ God-given talents outside the classroom through athletics, performing arts, clubs, and more. These extracurricular activities allow students to express integrity with their peers, and help them discover God’s calling in their lives.
We are always building community
Here, you’ll find a supportive, welcoming community that lifts up all children. Our school traditions and friendly families create an environment that supports you, the parent, as the first and most important educator of your child.
Lessons that last a lifetime
The result of an Everest education is best seen in our graduates–those who now possess a rich store of knowledge, a love for the truth, and a set of skills and habits necessary to tackle higher learning. Their character is grounded in virtue, and they demonstrate the ability to master action and choice. They continue to grow their relationship with Christ and exhibit a spirit of service to others. The Everest graduate is an authentic Catholic Christian leader.
Parents of alumni, Jim and Kelly Walker, said, “There’s a depth here that I haven’t found anywhere else. A depth of spirit, a depth of commitment, not just the commitment to the faith and the commitment to Christ, but the commitment to really helping each person be the absolute best that they can be.”