In order for a school like Everest to survive and thrive, it takes a lot of investment in the form of human and financial capital. On the human side, Everest faculty, religious staff, administration, athletic and extra-curricular programs are essential for the integral formation of our students as “a unique children of God.” We are blessed to have so many wonderful staff members and supportive families who give of their “free” time to support the school. Their efforts can be witnessed every day, and we couldn’t do what we do without
each and every one of them.
Financially, the benefits of everyone’s generosity are not as easily seen because the results from the revenue received are oftentimes not as tangible. Despite that intangibility, all of Everest’s revenue generating efforts are important.
Just like human capital, we could not do what we do without each and every financial piece. While the fruits of our support aren’t always something we can touch, they can be seen in the formation of our students. At Everest, we are proud to provide a strong foundation for success, in this life—and the
Michael J. Nalepa