Summit Country Day School sophomore Jimmy Fraley won first place in the poetry category of the Mount St. Joseph University High School Writing Contest.
More than 60 students from 12 Cincinnati areas schools attended the 23rd annual Latin competition hosted by The Summit Country Day School on Feb. 29.
Seventh graders at The Summit Country Day School’s Harold C. Schott Middle School awarded two $1,000 grants through Magnified Giving to help people with Alzheimer’s Disease and children with children with physical, emotional and developmental challenges.
Summit Country Day School junior Yunbo “Bonnie” Wang, Blue Ash, scored in the top five percent nationally on the American Math Competition 12 exam.
Ten fifth and sixth graders from The Summit Country Day School’s received superior ratings on the posters they presented at the Harold C. Schott Middle School Science Fair on Feb. 12 making them eligible for region-wide competition.
This year, The Summit Country Day School’s robotics team once again showed its mettle across the state. Summit garnered the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Gracious Professionalism Award, recognizing the team for its high-quality work, emphasis on the value of others and its respect of individuals and the robotics community. Their peers nominated them for the award.
Summit junior Graham Nicholson will advance to state competition following his first place win for his paper "Unconstitutional Use of the Commerce Clause" at Cincinnati chapter of the George S. & Stella Knight essay contest. First runner-up for the award is junior Will Yagodich for his paper "The Evolution of American Federalism."
Summit Country Day School sophomore Marley Walter, Hyde Park, won third place in the 9-12 grade category for the Youth Art Month Flag Design.
Whether you’re a parent looking for a summer camp to enhance your child’s learning, a middle schooler who is working on making the next movie blockbuster or an Upper School senior looking for guidance in writing an outstanding college application essay, The Summit Country Day School has a summer experience for you.
A group of Summit Country Day School alumni celebrated Valentine’s Day early on Sunday, Feb. 9 when they returned to the landmark Hyde Park school for an event called Summit Sweethearts.
The artworks of six students at The Summit Country Day School have been selected for two state art exhibitions that celebrate Youth Art Month.
Summit Country Day School second grader Vivie Kate Keeney, Covington, Ky., and sixth graders Kadyn Keeney, Covington, Ky., and Hana Conte, Anderson Township, represented the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music at the Junior Theater Festival January 17-19 in Atlanta.
Polished, poised and professional, a group of 12 seniors at The Summit Country Day School presented scientific research findings at the school’s sixth annual Schiff Family Science Research Institute Colloquium.
Two seniors at The Summit Country Day School were recognized for advancing their academic and athletic careers to the collegiate level on Feb. 5 during a ceremony in St. Cecilia Hall.
The Summit Country Day School has numerous student-athletes being recognized by The Enquirer this year for their successful fall sports seasons.
Summit Country Day junior Graham Nicholson, Anderson Township, was named a High School All-American for the 2019 season at the Chris Sailer Kicking camp held January 18-19 in Las Vegas.
Four juniors at The Summit Country Day School have been accepted into the 2020 classes of the Health Collaborative's Healthcare Workforce Innovation TAP MD and TAP Healthcare.
For the past 10 years, The Summit Country Day School has partnered with its founders, The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur (SNDdeN), during Hands Across the Water, a campus-wide event that teaches Summit children about the global water crisis.
Summit eighth grader Grant Desch, Dayton, Ky., flipped a whiteboard around, displaying his answer during the championship round of this year’s Harold C. Schott Middle School Geography Bee at The Summit Country Day School.
High school sophomores usually celebrate their 16th birthday by getting their driver’s license and hitting the open road. Summit sophomore Jack Crane, Mt. Washington, celebrated his birthday by taking to the skies.
Four students at The Summit Country Day School earned gold or silver keys at this year’s Scholastic writing competition. Altogether, 12 students earned 15 awards at the regional competition.
Three students at The Summit Country Day School earned gold or silver keys at this year’s Scholastic Art and Writing competition.
The Summit Country Day School inducted a four-sport athlete and a successful former boys’ varsity soccer coach into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime of a girls’ varsity basketball game Saturday, Jan. 11 in Flannery Gymnasium.
For years, JP Tew, a sophomore at The Summit Country Day School, has excelled at squash on a national level. In his career, he has already won back-to-back-to-back national championships, something no player from the Midwest had done before.
Sumptuous is an adjective meaning splendid and expensive-looking. It was also the winning word in this year’s installment of The Summit’s annual Lower and Middle School Spelling Bee in Kyte Theater.