Several Summit Country Day School students will have their artwork included in the 2021 Teen Art Expo at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
Congratulations to four students in Mrs. Hilary Carvitti's art class who submitted winning essays in the Ohio Art Education Association's Jerry Tollifson Art Criticism Open.
Congratulations to three sophomores who were recently awarded in the 2021 writing contest sponsored by the School of Arts and Humanities at Mount St. Joseph University.
2021 is a year of twenty-twos for Summit Latin students: 22 students participated in a virtual convention with students from 22 Ohio schools. Several members of the Class of ‘22 exceled in leadership positions, a Summit tradition for the 22nd consecutive year.
Capstone projects are the hallmark of the Lower and Middle School Character Education experiences at The Summit Country Day School. To put character into action on behalf of others, students in grades 1-8 engage in cross-curricular, process-oriented research projects.
Lower School students are bringing big smiles to children in Blue Ash through a service project with Operation Give Back, a nonprofit organization that works with underserved families. Operation Give Back provides afterschool tutoring, childcare and counseling as well as a food pantry for families in need.
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