Rising Summit senior Graham Nicholson, Anderson Township, was awarded third place in a statewide writing competition administered by the Ohio Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (OHSSAR).
The protests sweeping the country reflect the built-up frustration many concerned citizens are feeling. A group of alumni challenged the school to do more than it has in the past to combat racism. Head of School Rich Wilson reflects on classroom efforts put into place in the past three years and applauds alumni for their passion for justice.
What started out as a reflective prayer during a virtual meeting May 12 among members of The Summit Country Day School community ended up as a schoolwide service project to benefit St. Boniface School in Northside.
While the coronavirus pandemic resulted in cancellation of the Milwaukee School of Engineering Center for Biomolecular Modeling MAPS and SMART Teams Poster Session, 11 Summit students Modeled a Protein Story in anticipation of participating in the annual event.
In March, when Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued orders to close schools statewide due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Summit Country Day School was not caught off-guard by the news.
Faye Edmondson, Hyde Park, a fifth grader at The Summit Country Day School’s Harold C. Schott Middle School, qualified for the Ohio’s Academy of Science 72nd annual State Science Day.
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