Awards of Distinction
Dr. Joan A. Mele-McCarthy, Summit's Head of School, is selected by Leadership Maryland for it's 20th Anniversary Class.
Dr. Joan A. Mele-McCarthy, Summit's Head of School, named Washington Post Distinguished Educational Leadership Awardee.
Dr. Jane R. Snider, Summit's Founding Executive Director, named as a Tribute to Women and Industry (TWIN) Awardee.
Dr. Jane R. Snider, Summit’s Founding Executive Director, receives a Brava! Women Business Achievement Award.
Dr. Jane R. Snider, Summit’s Founding Executive Director, named one of Capital-Gazette’s Five Women of the Year.
Summit Teacher is named Private School Teacher of the Year.
The Summit School is selected as a 2008-2009 National Association of Special Education Teachers (NASET) School of Excellence.
The Summit School is awarded Non-profit of the Year by the Annapolis and Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.
Summit teacher was named Private School Teacher of the Year for Anne Arundel County.
Dr. Jane R. Snider receives the Community Trustee Award from The Capital-Gazette Newspapers and Leadership Anne Arundel. This award recognizes people who do extraordinary things to make our community a better place to live and work.
Dr. Joan Mele-McCarthy is awarded the prestigious Roland J. Van Hattum Award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation, the non-profit arm of ASHA, for her outstanding contribution to the field.
Blue Ribbon Schools Foundation named Summit one of six finalists out of over 1300 schools in their 21st Century Schools of Distinction.
Summit teacher is named Educator of the Year by the Maryland State Department of Education. The teacher exemplified the meaning of the “TEN” conference: “Teamwork, Excellence and New Opportunities”.