Several students from The Summit Country Day School took the Classical Etymology Exam online. 26 percent of The Summit students, who took the exam, earned awards.
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.
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Sophomore Angela Good, a Chinese language student at The Summit Country Day School, was recently awarded the top prize in the 2020 Great Lakes Chinese Consortium Chinese Speech and Talent Video Competition. Her winning speech in the heritage high school division was adapted from a classroom writing assignment and describes a family trip to China’s Guangdong province six years ago.
Summit Country Day School student-athletes received recognition from District 16 and the Miami Valley Conference for their athletic prowess during winter seasons. They are:
Eight Summit juniors were accepted into a program for high school students interested in pursuing careers in the healthcare industry. All are currently enrolled in AP or Honors science classes, according to Mrs. Karen Cruse Suder, biology teacher and Upper School Science Department coordinator.
Junior Jimmy Fraley, Covington, Ky., has advanced to the national phase of the George S. & Stella M. Knight Essay Contest presented by the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR). He won the local chapter’s contest and then the state contest.
The Upper School hosted its first semester academic and service awards to recognize students who made the Director’s List with High Honors (Top-10 percent of the class), Director’s List with Honors (Top-20 percent of the class) and those who committed themselves to service in the community.