Summit Schools

********Spring 2018 Parent Survey, click here: Parent******

ATTENTION 7TH AND 8TH GRADE SUMMIT  LEARNING STUDENTS -   All 7th and 8th grade students participating in the Summit Learning Program will have the opportunity to attend the Summit Learning Honors Field Trip.  In order to attend, the student must have a 70% or higher in all four (4) core subject areas as of May 2, 2018.  All students are encouraged to put forth effort to have scores of 70% or greater by May 2, 2018 so they can attend the field trip.  Field Trip information will be sent home following the grading deadline.



Vision:

To transform education in order to provide innovative and individualized attention to all learners.  Our learners will have access to a world class curriculum which coupled with a teacher/student mentoring program, will assist students in becoming self-directed learners and help attain 100% first choice upon graduation from high school.

Summit Learning has three pillars to the student experience:

  • Project-based learning - Students spend the majority of their time working alongside teachers and classmates on rich, real-world projects. (70% of class time)

  • One-on-one mentoring - Students meet weekly with a mentor to ensure daily actions and progress align with long-term goals.

  • Individualized pathways - Students are empowered to set goals and deeply understand content by consuming it in a way that is best for them.


To learn about Summit grading click here:  Summit Grading.

To learn about terms used in Summit Learning click here:  summit school terms.

 

For the most recent parent information flyer, click here: Summit Schools Learning Flyer.

To learn more about mentoring, Click Here: Summit School Mentoring information.

To receive parent access to the Personalized Learning Platform, click here.

For the results of the September Summit Learner Survey, click here.


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