TEVELAND Sanctuary Farm Visitors

Our Summit middle school students recently enjoyed a visit from a few furry friends. TEVALAND Sanctuary Farm brought rescue animals to our campus for an afternoon of learning and cuddling. Students handled the creatures with care while being educated on how to develop good citizenship towards nature. Summit School works closely with TEVALAND year round. […]

Class of 2017 Graduations

On Tuesday, June 20th our 8th grade students were recognized as the first class to graduate from our new middle school. We are pleased to have had a successful first year with the program, and look forward to having these now incoming freshman “down the hill”  in our high school. “The middle school program has been a wonderful addition to the Summit community,” said Deborah Sherwood, Principal. “We are pleased to see the great strides our students have made, and are excited that all of them will move on to our high school program.”

Our high school graduation ceremony was celebrated days later. We wish all of our 2017 graduates the best of luck and congratulate them on their hard work and accomplishments.

5K, The Summit Way

On Wednesday, May 25, the Summit community participated in “5K, The Summit Way” – a 5K walk/run to benefit the JCK Foundation. The JCK Foundation works to raise awareness and support those with OCD and other mental disorders, a cause close to Summit staff and students. This event was the brainchild of several enthusiastic staff members who are eager to help Summit students and staff live a life of wellness by introducing fitness into their daily routine.

The day kicked off with remarks from John Tessitore and Dr. Stephen Kelly, founders of the JCK Foundation. Dr. Kelly established the foundation in honor of his son, John Cleaver Kelly. Mr. Tessitore implored students to never judge another person, but rather to embrace them. He encouraged everyone to put themselves in someone else’s shoes to have a better understanding of where they are coming from.

Over 150 students and staff participated in the 5K, and raised $700 for the JCK Foundation. Due to the overwhelming success of the event, students and staff are in agreement that it will become an annual event for the school.

To learn more about the JCK Foundation, click here.