At Summit Academy, every student counts for their uniqueness and individual potential. We believe that children should be considered for what they are and not for what they accomplish. We aim to help them thrive in being the best they can be as human beings. We teach in small groups of no more than 15 students to ensure that teachers can tailor their teaching strategies to their needs. Teachers team up with each student and parents to work on their individual growth.
We implement innovative modern standards that are adjusted to the younger generations' learning capacities. As a new school, our teachers use the latest educational methods, which include hands-on and interactive learning, collaborative work and tech-based solutions, to motivate students' critical thinking. Our classrooms are designed to create an environment where students feel comfortable to be themselves and form part of a wider community. Our dedicated teachers are fully committed to comply with all subject courses as required by our State Department.
PARENTS' PRIMARY ROLE
The faculty works hand-in-hand with parents to meet the needs of each student and provide efficient support in their child's educational and personal development.
EDUCATION FOR HUMAN INTEGRITY
We strive for a healthy life balance for each student to help them become responsible leaders of their community. That's why we educate for the development of every human aspect: intellectual, spiritual, physical, social and emotional.
HUMAN VALUES & CATHOLIC IDENTITY
As part of our educational approach, we introduce students to important values that pave the journey towards their character building and spiritual growth. Although we respect every families' convictions, our School life is deeply rooted in the teachings of the Catholic faith on human dignity and the transcendental meaning of life.
The Asociación para la Educación Integral, Inc. and its school –Summit Academy– admits students of any race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Nor does it discriminate on the basis of the above mentioned in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.