Leaders of Character
Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC®) announced the names of over 16,000 Semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including four semifinalists from Summit's Class of 2023: Ali Burns, Lavina Grzymajlo, William McLane and Mia Rahner.
Congratulations to nine students in the Upper School who have earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs.
Four Summit students attended the National Junior Classical League convention in July at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, returning home with some of the convention’s top honors.
Three Summit seniors, Henry Green ’23, Reagan Heard ‘23 and Joseph Federle ’23, attended summer youth programs designed to expose them to the responsibilities of leadership through an educational experience
with an average of 20 years teaching experience, plus literacy and math specialists.
a 9:1 student-faculty ratio that promotes close relationships with teachers and among peers.
that emphasize creative problem-solving and experiential learning.
that develops intellectual and cultural competence.
Our Leaders of Character program is embedded throughout the school and focuses on three behaviors that contribute to personal development: Serves God, Builds Community, Grows Self.
As leaders of character rooted in the tradition of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, we demonstrate that God is good by taking time to grow in our faith, pray and reflect; giving thanks and giving back; modeling integrity; and prioritizing the common good.
As leaders of character, we create community among those with whom we work and serve by being considerate, honoring the dignity and sacredness of each person, seeking to include others, cooperating with each other and clearly articulating ourselves.
At The Summit, we educate for life and understand that leaders of character seek continued growth, which entails knowing ourselves and our God-given gifts, taking responsibility for our words and actions, managing our time and our stress, opening ourselves up to new ideas, learning from our mistakes and embracing the creative process.
through our no-cut sports policy and an emphasis on healthy living habits.
music, fine and performing arts – inspire creativity and cultivate passion and skill.
taught at every grade level; dedicated counselors in each division.
that supports students who are new to the school and through transitions to across each division.
Thirteen-Year World Language Program
acres on main campus
in annual financial aid
Founded in 1890
Annual All-School Art Show
HOME ZIP CODES
RECEIVE TUITION ASSISTANCE
Community Service at All Grade Levels
STUDENTS OF COLOR
CATHOLIC/OTHER FAITH TRADITIONS
Regional, State & National Award Winners
5,000 Alumni Distinguished with Diverse Talents
YEARS IN STATE LATIN LEADERSHIP
SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS TO RECENT GRADS
ACRES AT ATHLETIC COMPLEX
No. 1-Ranked Catholic High School in Ohio
ALUMNI ON COLLEGE TEAMS
Spanish, French, Mandarin and Latin Taught
FAITH TRADITIONS REPRESENTED
AP CLASSES OFFERED
Annual Theater Productions in All Four Schools
FACULTY WITH ADVANCED DEGREES
Our Youngest Students are 18-months-old
STATE ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS