Class of 2022 - Senior Year Information

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    The D.C. Everest Senior High has compiled a number of resources for seniors to help them navigate the challenges of completing their coursework while planning for their post-secondary future.

    During your senior year, our Academic and Career Planning program can help you crystallize your interests, while exploring career fields and postsecondary education/training options that match your personalized goals. In your final year, we can help you gain additional work-based learning and community service opportunities prior to graduation.

    We also have online tools available for students in Canvas.

    College and Career Prep in Canvas

    The following colleg and career preparation tools are available in Canvas. 

    • Explore Americorps opportunities to make a positive impact on American communities by serving as a volunteer at a non-profit organization.
    • Research state-wide collegiate opportunities via the UW College Guidebook.
    • Secure letters of recommendation from your teachers using our online tools and fillable forms.
    • Easily access the online application portals to UW two- and four-year universities as well as technical colleges.
    • Learn more about how to complete the FAFSA form utilized to secure financial aid for undergraduate study.
    • Find local and national scholarship information.
    • Send official transcripts to post-secondary educational institutions for admission purposes.

    Military Information in Canvas

    Learn more about the U.S. Air Force, Army, National Guard, Navy, and ROTC Wisconsin and Michigan Upper Peninsula programs, including contact information for these branches.


    Yearbook

    The deadline to submit Senior photos for the DCE Yearbook is November 16, 2021. For those who are not submitting a photo of their own, the D.C. Everest Senior High is scheduling a date when seniors may choose to have a free photo taken.

    In order to be published in the DCE Yearbook, Senior photos must meet the following requirements:

    • Color. All photos must be submitted in color.
    • Head and shoulders photo. NO hands, props, full body poses. Hands and arms may not be up by your shoulders or face. (If we can easily crop out hands, the photo will be accepted.)  
    • Simple backgrounds are preferred. Avoid flowers in front of faces, signs, etc.  
    • No extreme angles, please  — a photo in which the student is looking directly at the camera is best.  
    • No personal props – no headphones, sports equipment, musical instruments, etc. 

    To submit your photo, please email it as an attachment to Mrs. Kemp. Photos must be 300 dpi. The file name for the photo should be as follows: last name first name. Mrs. Kemp will email a confirmation to you, noting your photo has been received. If you do not hear from her, please make an inquiry.   

    Photos that do not meet the guidelines will require resubmission of another photo that meets the above requirements. 
     


    Graduation

    Save the date for the Class of 2022 Graduation Ceremony, which will be held May 25, 2022.

    More information concerning ordering caps and gowns will be shared as it becomes available.