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Application Process2021-01-07T15:33:28-06:00

How to Apply

The best way to learn about what’s happening at Summit is to witness it for yourself. Private tours give you a glimpse into our community and methodology. We also invite students to join us for a half day of school prior to enrolling.

Once your family and Summit’s staff has determined and agreed that this is the place where your child(ren) can flourish and grow, complete a formal application to secure a place in one of our classrooms. We maintain a 16 students-per-room ratio, so don’t delay. If a classroom is currently full, we’ll add you to a waiting list and reach out if we have an opening.

Summit Schools does not discriminate on the basis of gender identity, race, color, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or national origin in the administration of our admission policies and financial aid programs.

  • STEP 1: Contact us with questions

  • STEP 2: Schedule a visit.

  • STEP 3: Review and complete 2021-2022 Prospective Family forms.

  • STEP 4: Arrange a Student Visit.

  • STEP 5: Submit Enrollment Contract and Fee.


Where do Summit students go after 8th grade?2020-02-04T16:58:19-06:00

Upon completion of 8th grade, Summit students have integrated well into both public and private schools. Summit students adapt well in larger environments as they have already experienced what a community of learners looks like and have developed leadership skills as well as a sense of urgency.

Who attends Summit Schools?2020-02-04T16:50:03-06:00

Summit is an educational environment with rich diversity. We have a history of families from countries outside the US who attend Summit, including families speaking languages other than English in the home. Currently, our students travel from 8 different school districts to attend Summit each day and come to us with all types of gifts and talents. At Summit we value all types of learners and work closely with each student as an individual.


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