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You are part of something special

The Summit has been transforming students into character-based leaders since 1890. Our alumni are more than 6,000 members strong. We live locally and globally and are leaders in diverse industries including medicine, government and humanitarian causes.

As an alum, you embody the essence of The Summit culture. You are a role model for current students and future generations. We invite you to stay connected with The Summit and your colleagues through participation in our Alumni Association.

We invite you to Get Involved and to Get Invested with The Summit. Stay up-to-date on current events and with other Summit alumni by engaging in one of the many volunteer opportunities and events.

Do you have a new job or new address? Are you using a new email address or celebrating a major life milestone? Submit Class Notes so we can stay in contact with each other throughout the year.

Alumni involvement and investment are change agents in Summit’s culture and community and we’re glad you’re part of it. See below for ways to Get Involved and to Get Invested, submit Class Notes, view past alumni award winners and other alumni recognition and more.

Kevin Johnson Jr. '13

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A member of the Class of 2013, Mr. Johnson returned to The Summit in 2023 as the Alumni Engagement and Gifts Officer. He has a bachelor's degree in criminal justice with a minor in human resources.

"I was inspired to pursue this role due to the friendships and network I have been able to build with alumni and outside relationships that can help The Summit remain a top tier institution." he says. "The Summit prepared me for my future and surrounded me with individuals who wanted me to succeed academically and athletically. The environment was a space that allowed me to thrive everyday. Working at The Summit provides me the opportunity to learn in a thriving environment that will help me improve in my career."

He is also the Boys' Basketball Head Coach. A standout in his years at The Summit, he played four years with the University of Cincinnati Bearcats and a year with the Cleveland Cavaliers development team and one year internationally.

Outside of work, Mr. Johnson runs a community-based nonprofit supporting young athletes from disadvantaged homes. He has one son, Kevin III.