School Buildings and Boys Dormitory
This 90 acre campus opened in 1991 and has grown over the years. Pope John Paul II reviewed the plans and blessed the cornerstone of Everest Academy. A year later, construction began on the first phase of the 30,000 square-foot, two-story building. With only a handful of students in its first year, Everest has steadily increased its enrollment until reaching its current population of 500 students.
In 1996, the second phase of construction extended the facilities by 52,000 square feet and a brand new building was built and opened in 2002 housing the current girls and elementary school. The campus also includes the boys’ dormitory building.
Students enjoy the campus facilities which include a swimming pool, three gymnasiums, multiple chapels, a computer lab, science lab, art room, sports fields, cafeteria, classrooms, study halls, and a games room.
The girl’s dormitory is nestled in 40 acres of woodlands and overlooks a natural pond in the quiet rural community of Oxford, Michigan. The campus facilities include the girls’ dormitories, a beautiful chapel, living rooms, study halls and a computer lab, a dance room, a games room, the girls’ dining room, and a gym. The dormitory is a twenty minute drive from the school campus in Clarkston. Students are transported to and from school each day by bus.
The campus facilities include the girls’ dormitories, a beautiful chapel, living rooms, study halls and a computer lab, a dance room, a games room, the girls’ dining room, and a gym.
Everest, the only K-12 school in Michigan to receive the 2016 "Blue Ribbon Award"Read More