The Summit School educates children with unique learning styles to their full potential.
The Summit School envisions a future for students in which they mature into self-sufficient, self-advocating and successful adults despite their learning challenges.
• Each child and adult is treated with trust, respect and dignity.
• Each child has the opportunity to be challenged to his potential.
• The academic program matches the developmental level and learning style of each child.
• Teachers translate diagnostic information into individualized instructional activities.
• Learning is interactive and multi-sensory; each child is involved in the teaching-learning process.
• Each child becomes aware of his own learning profile and learns to advocate for himself.
• Learning activities are child-centered and grow out of the interest and needs of each child.
• Each child’s program is individually monitored and flexible according to his needs
The Summit School does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, religion or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational, admissions or hiring practices.
At the Summit School we are committed to acceptance of one another. Acceptance not only includes sensitivity to differences in learning. but sensitivity to the many ways in which children and families are unique. The Summit School is founded upon the core values of dignity, respect and trust. We value and respect differences in economic resources, culture and race, ethnicity, faith and belief, gender and age, and sexual orientation.