As May comes to a close, members of The Summit School Class of 2019 are making final decisions about where they will attend high school. Summit is incredibly proud of the more than 500 students who have graduated from our school. With 98% of our alumni successfully completing high school – above the national average for all students at 83.2% and well above average for students in the public system who have been classified with a specific learning disability at 70.8% – The Summit School experience is nothing short of life changing.
Some Summit School 8th graders and their families have already made a decision about high school and have been accepted into schools that include:
Summit welcome dozens of alumni each year as they visit campus to catch up with a favorite teacher, participate in an event, ask for advice, talk with our 7th and 8th graders about high school, or a myriad of other reasons. One alumnus recently remarked, “It’s not that I came back to Summit, it’s that I never really left.” Members of The Summit School Class of 2015, now graduating from high school, have been accepted into the following colleges:
Many Summit alum have earned college scholarships. Dr. Joan Mele-McCarthy, Executive Director of The Summit school said, “I am very proud of every single Summit School student. I speak for the entire Summit Community in conveying how excited we are for all that our Class of 2019 will achieve.”
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About The Summit School: The Summit School was founded to serve children, grades 1-8, with dyslexia and other learning differences. Now in its 30th year, Summit has an incredible record of helping children become successful learners. The core of Summit’s program incorporates: highly trained teachers, researched-based instruction, hands-on, multi-sensory learning environments and low teacher-student ratios. For information about how your child might benefit from a Summit School experience, please visit www.thesummitschool.org or call 410-798-0005.