Welcome to Summit School
My favorite part of every day at Summit is watching eager students being stretched to learn and grow into their best selves by our expert teachers. A close second are the high-fives, fist bumps, or shouts of “hey, Mr. B!” I get to hear each day from students. They are a reminder that nurturing relationships are the heart of the partnership between Summit educators and parents to support our students’ intellectual, social and emotional development. These relationships help us equip students with the knowledge, skills and values they need to thrive in the classroom–and in life. Experiencing learning as a joyful process of discovery is a hallmark of the Summit Experience and prepares them for a future that will be filled with rapid change and continuous learning. Taking on problems with creative and innovative solutions will be essential to the future—one that starts now. We look forward to connecting with you to share next generation private education at Summit School!
Mark Bistricky, Head of School
The mission of Summit School is to foster academic excellence and the love of learning through a liberal arts education. Our community nurtures the knowledge, skills, and values essential to a responsible and rewarding life.
Summit School is for the active and developing minds of preschool through eighth grade students. We are a dynamic community with a culture that fosters relationships among students, teachers, parents, and alumni.
We're preparing today's students for the future. We harbor creative innovators by providing a safe space for our students to take risks.
Our students learn and discover through an entrepreneurial lens. Summit fosters a true love of learning
Our academic excellence transcends test scores. Our students are flexible problem solvers who think outside the textbook.
We cultivate an environment of accountability through collaboration and discipline. Our students want to make a difference in the world.
Don't let all the fun we have at our school fool you. Our students and faculty work hard both inside and outside of the classroom.
Average Class Size
Graduate College by 24