Summit Country Day School junior Savannah Eveslage, Hamilton, is one of 22 semifinalists, in the theatre category, who advanced to the next round of auditions for the Overture Awards.
Meeting Each Student's Needs
Students, are you:
- Passionate about science, writing, math or history?
- An accelerated learner or someone who needs a little help with resources?
- A gifted athlete, singer or instrumentalist?
Whatever your style, we want to help you make the most of The Summit's college-preparatory curriculum. Our College Counseling office can ...
- Help you navigate the complex world of college admissions and financial aid.
- Find appropriate and interesting programs that meet your needs and appeal to your aspirations.
- Put all our experience to work for you and help you find the right fit.
- Support you all four years of your Upper School experience to assure your college search is a timely, and successful process.
Our team works to assist freshmen through seniors in identifying their strengths, aspirations, priorities and goals through a process of self-reflection. Throughout this comprehensive four-year process, the College Counseling office will work alongside students and their families to create a support network while ultimately preparing teenagers for the college search and application process.
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The Journey by Grade Level
The Summit College Counseling team works to assist freshman through seniors in identifying their strengths, aspirations, priorities and goals through a process of self-reflection. Throughout this comprehensive four-year process, the College Counseling office will work alongside students and their families to create a support network while ultimately preparing them for the college search and application process.
Summit Director of Instrumental Music Robert Browning often says that the Greater Cincinnati Catholic Schools Honor Band is like an all-star team of high school musicians. It’s natural for the Catholic High School Honor Choir to be thought of in the same way.
Congratulations to The Summit’s Upper and Middle School students who took the Classical Etymology Exam and the Roman Civilization Exam.
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.
One senior at The Summit Country Day School was recognized for advancing her academic and athletic career to the collegiate level on Feb. 2 during a ceremony in St. Cecilia Hall. Senior Erin Johnson, Anderson Township, will study and play golf at Ashland University.
Several Summit students were awarded top recognition in the Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition, including a junior who came away with three Gold Keys, the highest honor, for his artwork. Altogether, 19 Summit students won 29 awards.