Summit Schools empowers students who represent diverse learning styles, cultures, socio-economic backgrounds and personal identities. There is no such thing as a “traditional Summit student,” but there is such a thing as a “Summit tradition,” where each student is valued and celebrated as a unique individual and where academic, social and emotional growth flourish in a nurturing environment.
Summit is dedicated to presenting a diverse curriculum that is intentionally inclusive. Summit uses its autonomy as an independent school to explore history and our world from multiple perspectives and lenses. At Summit we believe that we learn best when we consider experiences and explore opinions different from our own. We cultivate empathetic and independent thinkers who are aware they are part of a community and citizens of the world. We offer safe spaces to listen, share, question, and participate.