During their career at D.C. Everest, students are exploring military, career and post-secondary options to determine which path they want to pursue upon graduation. Strong partnerships with business leaders, chambers of commerce, entrepreneurs and our community provide our students with the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom and “test the waters” to see if their chosen path is a good fit.
We are grateful for the robust support we receive from corporate, higher education, municipal and non-profit entities. They help us design our curriculum to meet the needs of the 21st century; provide internship, job shadowing, tours and apprenticeship opportunities; and help us implement relevant hands-on learning and leadership training in our classrooms and extracurricular activities.
Eighty-seven Business and Marketing students from both the D.C. Everest Junior High and Senior High competed in Junior Achievement’s Business Challenge hosted at Northcentral Technical College.
43 D.C. Everest Senior High students visited the Heavy Equipment Operators Training Center in Coloma, Wisconsin.
Thirteen members of the D.C. Everest Junior High Choir participated in “Singing In Wisconsin” — a state -wide event organized by the Wisconsin Choral Directors Association.
D.C. Everest Equestrian teammates Katie Hoppe and Neah Zimmermann have been riding horses together since they were in fourth grade and this year, under the guidance of Coach Brenda Bartender, earned second place at the state competition with 115 points.
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On October 25, 2023, D.C. Everest band instructors Joe Finnegan and Ben Burish received the Melvin F. Pontius Creatives Sparks in Music Education Award at the 2023 Wisconsin State Music Conference hosted at the Monona Terrace Convention Center in Madison, Wisconsin.