Welcome to the Alumni Association
Our mission is to develop a relationship with all D.C. Everest alumni, community members, and local businesses in an effort to recognize alumni, provide scholarships and gain support for activities that enrich the educational experiences for current students.
Founded in 1995, the D.C. Everest Alumni Association exists as a subsidiary of the D.C. Everest Education Foundation, Inc. and helps provide linkage of the Education Foundation to the community.
The Alumni Association also provides assistance with class reunions and promotes awareness of the Education Foundation to graduates of D.C. Everest High School.
Nicole Montag, DCE class of 2018, achieved her dream in her freshman year of college — she earned a spot in the University of Wisconsin - Madison Badger Marching Band. Nicole has been working toward that goal for years
The D.C. Everest (DCE) Alumni Association is proud to recognize its 2019 Distinguished Alumni —Jon Felch, Beth Kohnert and Kathy Persen Still. The Association selects DCE alumni who have excelled in their profession and made significant contributions to their communities.
D.C. Everest Alumnus Varick Peak Receives Rod and Diana Lakes Scholarship in Engineering Mechanics from University of Wisconsin-Madison
D. C. Everest Alumnus Varick Peak (’18) received the Rod and Diana Lakes Scholarship in Engineering Mechanics for his outstanding academic record at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
D.C. Everest Alumna Samantha Dulak (’12) was recently named as a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award recipient. Ms. Dulak received a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship in Brazil for the 2018-19 academic year.
D. C. Everest Alumna Makalya Pagel Recognized as Outstanding Physical Education Major and Student Athlete
D.C. Everest alumna Makayla Pagel, a senior at Bemidji State University was selected as an Outstanding Physical Education Major by her faculty members. This is the second year she has earned the prestigious honor from the Department of Human Performance, Sport and Health.