DC Everest School District

The Village of Weston is home to the D.C. Everest High School, D.C. Everest Junior High, D.C. Everest Middle School, the IDEA School, the Multi-Age Elementary School, Weston Elementary and Mountain Bay Elementary School.

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The Village of Weston is home to D.C. Everest Senior High, D.C. Everest Junior High, D.C. Everest Middle School, the IDEA School, the Multi-Age Elementary School, Weston Elementary and Mountain Bay Elementary.

The D.C. Everest Area School District is recognized as a leader in educational innovation for implementing a 1:1 iPad program that provides each student with access to digital tools for personalized instruction. The District has been acknowledged as a leader in bridging the gender and English Language Learner gap by embedding Career and Technical Education (CTE) and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning opportunities throughout the K-12 curriculum for all students. Throughout their academic career, students are screened to ensure they received advanced learning opportunities or supplemental instruction as needed. The District also is home to unique programs such as the Oral History Project, Young Entrepreneurs Academy, EVERCON, DCETalks and Everest Expressions.

The D.C. Everest Senior High continues to outperform other Wisconsin high schools in college and career readiness, offering Advanced Placement (AP) and Dual Enrollment (DE) courses. In 2016, 96 percent of seniors graduated with some form of post-secondary credits. A total of 1,758 AP or DE courses were completed by 2016 graduates during their high school enrollment, with an average of 4.6 courses completed per student. The D.C. Everest Junior High is only one of a handful of junior high schools in the state to offer an AP course. During the last five years, DCE students’ average ACT scores have consistently been higher than state averages in English, math and science.

D.C. Everest District is home to more than 6,100 students. The District is comprised of a community-wide 4K partnership-program, one multi-age elementary school (established Fall 2017), six elementary schools, an in-house Gifted and Talented Magnet Program at Riverside Elementary, three secondary schools, the IDEA charter school, the DCE Greenheck Field House and the DCE School Forest. Of these schools, five have received four-star “exceeds expectations” ratings on their Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction report cards, four schools received three-star “meets expectations” and one qualified for a five-star “significantly exceeds expectations” rating. In Fall 2017, Mountain Bay Elementary was one of 342 schools in the nation — and one of nine in Wisconsin — named to the National Blue Ribbon Schools program by the Department of Education.

The District hosts more than 200 extracurricular clubs and is an athletic powerhouse in sports ranging from rugby, soccer, volleyball, fishing and football, to swimming, basketball, curling, tennis, golf, track and cross country.

The District encompasses 162 square miles and is governed by a seven-member elected school board.

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