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 may 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 an online application to secure a place in one of our classrooms. We maintain small class sizes, 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.
UPDATE as of 2/6/26:
Summit has limited 2023-24 availability in grades 2 and 3 only. Other classes have waitlists.
Summit is gauging current Summit families returning in 2024-25, and is following up with families who have inquired online.
Prospective families will create a FACTS account to begin the enrollment process. If you have any questions about the enrollment process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 319-294-2036.
Students First Education Savings Accounts (ESA), are available for families choosing to enroll their eligible children in an accredited nonpublic school, like Summit. ESAs will provide $7635, the amount of per pupil funds allocated annually by the state, to use for tuition, fees, and other qualified expenses.
In the upcoming 2024-25 school year eligible students include:
- All entering kindergarten students
- All students enrolled in a public school in 2023-24
- A student enrolled in an accredited nonpublic school with a household income at or below 400% of the 2024 Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Visit the Iowa Department of Education – Education Savings Account website for more information, criteria, deadlines, and updates.
Current Summit families are encouraged to submit on online admissions inquiry for younger siblings to guarantee a spot in 2024-25 and beyond. Space will be limited and not guaranteed for any student not in our admissions portal.
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.