Despite the restrictions of the pandemic, The Summit College Counseling Office has offered several successful programs this fall to help seniors in their college search. These events are held during gathering bells and serve as supplemental instruction and support to the individualized attention given to each Summit student in the Upper School.
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.
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).
A research project conducted by Summit Country Day School students Will Yagodich and Ziyan “Richard” Zhang qualified for Ohio’s 72nd State Science Day.
The work of Summit Country Day School sophomore Irene Calderon was accepted into two state science meetings and qualified for the 72nd State Science Day.
Catherine Coldiron, Covington, Ky., will study and ran cross country and track at Loyola University New Orleans.
Sophomores Savannah Brizendine and Nick Jacob have been selected to represent The Summit Country Day School as members of the Regional Youth Leadership program sponsored by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.