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At D.C. Everest, students are immersed in a STEAM learning environment that helps students develop the skills employers are looking for: critical thinking, investigation, creativity, problem-solving, determination, collaboration and communication. Further, students drive the pace of their learning. If a student shows early mastery of skills and concepts, they concentrate on more challenging work. Students who struggle aren’t penalized for needing more time to learn — they receive instructional support until they demonstrate proficiency. And our strong partnerships with business leaders, chambers of commerce, entrepreneurs and the community provide our students with the opportunity to apply what they’ve learned and “test the waters” to see if their chosen path is a good fit. 

Our STEAM culture encourages students as creators, innovators, makers and entrepreneurs to make a positive impact on the world around them.

School News

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On May 5, 107 student musicians from the D.C. Everest Senior High performed in the State Solo and Ensemble Festival hosted at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point. The DCE students competed in 55 solo and ensemble events, earning 49 Division 1 ratings and 6 Division 2 ratings.