Get Involved

Alumni are the best ambassadors for The Summit. There are many ways that you can contribute to the advancement of the school in meaningful ways. You can easily make an impact by giving your time, talent or treasure to the institution that helped prepare you for your successes in life. Take a look at all of the ways that you can help.

Alumni Board
The mission of the Alumni Board is to foster a life-long relationship between The Summit Country Day School and its alumni. The Alumni Association’s guiding principles are to strengthen the spirit of loyalty and community among alumni, support the strategic initiatives of The Summit, promote a sense of Summit pride among all graduates and recruit alumni who actively promote and support The Summit through its development effort. If you would like to learn more about Alumni Board, please email Mark Osborne or call 513-871-4700 ext. 240. 

Class Agents
Class agents play a very important role for the Summit Alumni Association. They are the glue that keeps their class connected to both the school and one another. They help promote their class reunions, submit class notes for the magazine and share news about the summit throughout the years. If you would like to learn more about this volunteer role, please email Mark Osborne or call 513-871-4700 ext. 240. 

*A Class Agent could also act as a Reunion Chair or partner with a Reunion Chair to plan events on their reunion year.

Reunion Chairs

Reunion Chairs are asked to champion the gathering(s) of their class during their reunion years. They are asked to contact everyone from their graduating class and begin a dialog with them about when, where and how they want to host their reunion event.  The Alumni Office will supply them with a contact sheet, examples of events and programming, timelines, a party planning kit, as well as advice on how to make their entire year special for their peers. If you would like to learn more about this volunteer role, please email Mark Osborne or call 513-871-4700 ext. 240. 

Uknighted Helping Hands
Would you love to volunteer but your schedule changes frequently? Sign up and we’ll call you whenever a project arises that needs an extra pair of hands. Volunteer projects could range from sending notes of gratitude, sympathy, or congratulations to summit community members, helping to spread a message through your network and to your peers, playing a role in planning an event, hosting an event, sitting on a panel discussion for a class or group or alumni, and more. If you would like to learn more about this volunteer role, please Mark Osborne or call 513-871-4700 ext. 240. 

GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade)
As young alumni, you may have different outlook life and where you are in your career than some of our more established alumni. You may feel like you aren’t quite sure where your professional or social path may lead. We are always looking for ways to provide meaningful and relevant engagement opportunities for our young graduates and need your help to identify what works for you!  
If you are interested in learning more about our GOLD graduates can get involved, please email Mark Osborne or call 513-871-4700 ext. 240. 

Coach at The Summit
Are you interested in coaching an athletic team or helping on the sidelines?  We love to have our alumni come back and volunteer their time and talent to coach our rising star athletes. To see the full listing of Summit sports and to find contact information, visit the Athletic Department online. 

Update your contact information
You may think this is an obvious step, but we constantly need to update our alumni contact information.  We are only as accurate as the information that comes directly to us. Do you have a new job?  Did you just move? Are you using a new email address? Please help us stay in contact with you throughout the year. Update your contact information here.

Offer your testimonial
Believe it or not, sharing your experience at The Summit and how it shaped your life (personally and/or professionally) can impact other members of The Summit Community. To current students, it can tell a story of where they could go and who they could become as a result of their time spent here. To prospective families, it can showcase the top notch education and character development that the school provides. To fellow alumni, it can foster a sense of pride in their alma mater. Your story can do so much good and impact many lives. Please click on this link to offer a testimonial.