Numerous Summit student-athletes were announced by the Enquirer as Fall Sports All-Stars.
Meeting Each Student's Needs
Students, whether you are passionate about science, writing, math or history; an accelerated learner or someone who needs a little help with resources; or a gifted athlete, singer or instrumentalist, we will help you make the most of our college-preparatory curriculum. We will help you navigate the complex world of college admissions and financial aid. We'll help you find appropriate and interesting programs that meet your needs and appeal to your aspirations. We'll put all our experience to work for you and help you find the right fit. We will support you all four years of your Upper School experience to assure your college search is a timely, and successful process.
But don't just take our word for it. Hear what our alumni have to say.
Summit Country Day School senior student-athlete Graham Nicholson, Anderson Township, was named first-team all-Ohio for Division V in football.
Summit Country Day School senior Sam Perez, Mt. Washington, was recognized as a National Hispanic Scholar by the College Board National Recognition Program.
Summit Country Days School senior Sam Vessel, West Chester, was recognized as a National African American Scholar by the College Board National Recognition Program.
Senior Sean LaMacchia, Hyde Park, from The Summit Country Day School has been named as a Commended Scholar by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
An Eagle Scout, Summit Hope Squad member, student ambassador, Summit band member and athlete on the cross country, tennis and indoor track teams, Summit senior Grant Gerhardt, Colerain Township, has been named a semifinalist in the annual National Merit Scholarship Corporation Program.