Middle and Upper School Latin teacher Larry Dean has been recording 10- to 15-minute videos of himself teaching in his empty classroom. Larry is the first to admit that he can get downright goofy in his antics, but he really livens things up.
Eight graders at The Summit Country Day School have been participating in a service-learning project called Donating Hope which challenged them to write meaningful and heart-felt letters related to the current health crisis.
The Summit Annual Fund for Excellence provides the extras that tuition doesn’t cover. One family’s gift to the Annual Fund paid for social media influencer, leadership consultant and author, George Couros to present at our faculty in-service learning seminar.
A recent story in Time magazine looked at the challenges faced by all-boys schools in 2019 – a year where the nation’s mainstream media has been focused on toxic masculinity, gender equality and the “Me Too” movement.
The 2019-20 school year kicked off with twice the excitement when roll call revealed five sets of twins in the fifth grade of The Summit’s Harold C. Schott Middle School. ...
Outside the main office of The Summit’s Montessori pre-school stands 6-year-old kindergarten student Sarai Manuel. As I enter the hallway, she looks up takes a step a forward and with a big smile and tiny outstretched hand, she greets me. “Welcome to The Summit,” she says.