Schedule Your Personal Tour

You Have to See It to Believe It! 

A personal tour is the first important step in selecting the school that is right for your child. On your tour you will meet our students and teachers, and walk through all the classes your child would attend.  This enables you to personally experience the significant educational differences at Summit School of Ahwatukee, to feel the sense of community, the confidence and happiness of our students, the respect between teachers and students, and students with each other.

Individual tours are by appointment and can begin between 8am and 2pm. Please allow at least 60 – 90 minutes.

You may also contact our admissions office at 480-403-9506 or email

Student Visits & Assessments

As part of the admissions process all children experience life as a Summit student, by visiting in a classroom of their peers.

Children currently in kindergarten through eighth grade also complete a reading, writing and math assessment.

See for details about the admissions process and important enrollment dates for new students.

From a Parent

“My wife and I are both educators and we both know a quality educational institution when we see one.  Summit School of Ahwatukee has exceeded all of our expectations and we firmly believe that it is the finest educational institution in the state.  From teachers who truly get to know our children and offer an individualized and student-centered curriculum, to an environment of safety and support, we truly appreciate every part of the Summiteducational experience.  I am familiar with the research on brain development and during these critical, formative years, we are extremely fortunate to have our sons in an education environment that encourages their curiosity and creativity.  We are grateful to Summitfor helping pave the way to a bright future for our children.

Summit School is an educational haven and an island of individualized education in a sea of standardization. Our sons come home from school each day energized and enthusiastic and that is truly a gift.”

~Father of kindergarten and preschool children (2013)