The Summit School campus is fully operational. Students are on campus, the Admissions Office is accepting applications and the Summit Resource Center is seeing clients. When on campus all persons are required to follow directives designed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 including active social distancing, use of face masks, and regular hand washing and sanitizing.
Serving bright students with dyslexia
and other learning differences.
How One Mom Became an Advocate for Kids with Dyslexia
One our very dedicated, passionate Summit parents was recently interviewed for an article on www.Understood.org. On March 18, Mary De Angelo went to the Maryland statehouse in Annapolis. Her mission? …
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month
In May, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), the NIDCD, and other organizations raise awareness about communication disorders, which take many forms and span all ages. This year’s theme is “Early …