The Summit School campus is closed through Friday, April 24. While our campus is temporarily closed, The Summit School and Summit Resource Center are still operating. We remain available and ready to respond to your needs and, as always, your inquiries are welcome.



Nurturing Resilience in Children

Mon. 03/02/2020

Social media. Bullying. Peer pressure. Academic stress. Self-confidence. Today’s children face pressure from every direction. Key to growing up successfully is learning to manage these pressures. Resilience, the personal attributes …

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Your Child is Falling Behind, Now What?

Thu. 02/13/2020

It seemed like everything was going ok. Now the first half of the year is over and your child is falling behind and not performing at grade level. Gone are …

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The Summit Schools Holds 16th Annual Alumni Basketball Game – #summitstudentsachieve

Mon. 01/27/2020

On Thursday, January 23, The Summit School held its annual Alumni basketball game. Summit alumni squeaked out a victory but not without a real challenge from Summit’s 8th grade Stallions. …

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2020 Spring Symposium – The Power of Mindset: Nurturing Motivation, Hope and Resilience in Children

Fri. 01/24/2020

It may still be winter but The Summit School is already gearing up for its 2020 Spring Symposium – The Power of Mindset: Nurturing Motivation, Hope and Resilience in Children. Resilience, …

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2020 Summer at Summit Registration Open

Mon. 01/20/2020

At The Summit School, we recognize that students benefit from continued academic enrichment over the long summer months.  Summer at Summit offers camps targeted towards students grades 1 through 10 …

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Executive Functions: What Does It Mean? Why Is It Important? Does My Child Need Help? What Can Make a Difference.

Mon. 01/06/2020

Over the last 20 years, there has been a tremendous amount of research devoted to understanding the cognitive abilities responsible for school success. These innate abilities are called executive functions; …

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Demystifying Diagnostic Evaluation/Testing – Five Things You Need to Know

Mon. 12/16/2019

Is your child is struggling in school? Diagnostic testing can help you find answers. Here are 5 things you need to know. What is diagnostic testing? Diagnostic testing is the …

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The Summit School’s Fall Symposium: Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day a SUCCESS – Parents, Teachers, Professionals Leave with Strategies that Can Be Used Immediately

Thu. 10/24/2019

(October 2019, Edgewater, MD) – On Saturday, October 19, 2019, The Summit School hosted its 2019 Fall Symposium – Social Thinking Across the Home and School Day: The ILAUGH Model.   …

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Understanding Dyslexia: Information for Parents

Fri. 10/18/2019

If your child is struggling academically and you suspect there may be a reading problem or you’ve learned your child has dyslexia, it can be reassuring to know you are …

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Are You Concerned About Your Child’s Academic Performance? Summit Offers Benchmark Testing to Evaluate Student Academic Strengths and Weaknesses

Thu. 10/10/2019

No two students perform the same way in school. And when a teacher has a class full of 20 to 30 students, they do their best to make sure all …

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