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D. C. Everest High School is a relatively young school, opening it doors to students in the fall of 1953, with a 9-12 enrollment of 388 students.
The official dedication, of the new high school, took place on September 20, 1971, even though the school opened in the fall of 1970. The school was not completely finished at this point as the field house and auditorium were completed while classes were in session.
The High School was named after David Clark Everest (1883-1955) who was the President and General Manager of Marathon Paper Mills. Mr. Everest was influential in the growth of the community and promoted educational opportunities.