Although athletics and extra-curricular activities are considered essential components of a well-rounded education, academic subjects are the primary focus of an educational program.
The administration, faculty, and students of D.C. Everest Senior High take academics very seriously, and teachers are always willing to work together and experiment with new methods to make academics more rewarding for their students.
2015 DCE Senior High Summer School
Remedial Make-Up Courses: Remedial classes are available to students who have failed at least one semester of the class during the regular school year. Students may earn either first or second semester credits by taking the corresponding courses during summer school as they are offered below. Students will receive ½ credit upon successful completion of the course requirements. The remedial courses will run for six weeks and will start on June 15th with no class the week of June 29-July 3, 2015.
Enrichment Courses are also available. Students will receive ¼ or ½ credit upon successful completion of the course requirements for most classes offered
(refer to registration
form). Please note that courses are open only to specific grade levels (refer to registration
form). Enrichment class times and dates vary and are listed below with no class the week of June 29-July 3, 2015.
Transportation: There is no bus transportation offered. All students must find their own way to and from the high school.
Location: All courses will be offered in the high school building.
Food Service Program for Children
Check out our Course Selection Handbook to see a complete list of all courses offered at the Senior High:
We invite you to take a look at our academic departments:
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Business & Technology
Career & Tech Ed
Family & Consumer Science
is a web-based credit recovery system for students who have
missed or failed a required course. Each student will be
assigned courses in order to fulfill their graduation