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Notes for Prospective Students
Summit was founded in 1989 by Jane Snider, Ed.D., as a co-ed,
not-for-profit school for bright students with dyslexia and other
Our students are often diagnosed with
learning disabilities by specialists in the field.
At Summit, our
preference is to view those disabilities as differences because we
emphasize the gifts each student brings, help them reach their
potential, as well as remediate their skills.
The school offers a
mainstream curriculum in a supportive environment with programs
tailored to individual learning styles.
Highly skilled teaching
professionals cultivate each child's strengths using a multi-
sensory approach to foster literacy and interactive learning.
Outside the classroom, students participate in a wide range of
activities including athletics, student government, clubs and
community service programs.
Summit students successfully transition
to area mainstream high schools and often are role models for their
The Summit School educates children with unique
learning styles to their full potential.
The Summit School
envisions a future for students in which they mature into
self-sufficient, self-advocating and successful adults despite
their learning challenges.