Communications News

A lesson plan written by a teacher at The Summit Country Day School has been published in the National Council of Geographic Education (NCGE) journal The Geography Teacher.

The Xavier University Montessori Institute has awarded Summit Country Day School Montessori teacher Arielle Wilson its inaugural Hilda Rothschild Scholarship for 2019-2020.

A science research poster created by Michael Hajjar, a senior at The Summit Country Day School, will be presented at Ohio's State Science Day on May 11.

Senior Maya Mehlman, Clifton, traveled to England in person in March to pick up a global first place award in digital photography.

The Summit Country Day School’s Hope Squad has been selected as the Ohio Hope Squad of the Month for March by Grant Us Hope, Ohio and Northern Kentucky’s provider of Hope Squad.

Summit Country Day School senior Hanchen “Jeffery” Huang, Hyde Park, and junior Junbo “Tom” Li, Mason, will compete March 30 at the Ohio High School Mathematics Invitational Olympiad (OHMIO) at Capital University March 30 in Columbus.

The Summit Country Day School Upper School presented “Peter and the Star Catcher” March 15 and 16 in Kyte Theater. The Tony-winning play tells the story of how an orphan became Peter Pan.

Omar Khoury, a 2015 graduate of The Summit Country Day School, told an audience gathered for the school’s fifth annual Global Evening on Wednesday, March 13 that his sense of comfort and stability was shattered four years ago when he arrived at the University of Pennsylvania.

Three seniors at The Summit Country Day School were recognized for advancing their academic and athletic careers to the collegiate level on March 20 during a ceremony in St. Cecilia Hall.

Summit Country Day School junior Junbo “Tom” Li, Mason, scored in the top five percent nationally on the American Math Competition (AMC) 12 exam, qualifying him to take the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME) on March 13.

The Summit Country Day School inducted 60 new members into the National Honor Society (NHS) during a ceremony on March 15 in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel.

Summit Country Day School freshmen and sophomore mathletes made quite an impression at the University of Cincinnati Math Bowl on March 2.

The Summit Country Day School awarded merit and endowed scholarships to 57 incoming freshmen on Wednesday, March 13 in a ceremony in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel.

Continuing a tradition of excellence, The Summit Country Day School’s Latin Club earned another state championship after finishing first in Overall Points at the 2019 Ohio Junior Classical League (OJCL) Convention March 8-10 in Columbus.

After taking first place at a regional Destination Imagination tournament last weekend, the “Monster Hunters” team will represent The Summit Country Day School and the Cincinnati region at the state competition March 30 in East Liverpool.

Concluding an extensive nationwide search, The Summit Country Day School has named Nick J. Accrocco Ed.D., a 19-year veteran administrator in the private school college counseling and university admissions landscape, to the post of College Counseling Director beginning in the 2019-20 school year.

Jack Crane, Anderson Township, a freshman at The Summit Country Day School freshman, will present a session on website design at the World Robotics Competition in Detroit in April.

Matthew Warden, a junior at The Summit Country Day School, achieved a perfect score of 36 on the ACT college entrance exam.

The Summit Country Day School has tapped award-winning Upper School teacher Kelly Cronin to be Interim Upper School Director effective for the 2019-20 school year.

The Cincinnati Enquirer writes: It's no easy task, living a great life. That distinction is reserved for rare circumstances when a person lives their life in a way that leaves the people around them in a better place. Which is why no one was surprised when Sister Rose Ann Fleming was recently named a Great Living Cincinnatian by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. She will be honored Feb. 28 at the Chamber's annual dinner along with Alva Jean Crawford, John J. Frank, Jr. and Joseph H. Head, Jr.

The Philadelphia Inquirer writes: Penn senior guard Antonio Woods has long had a passion for playing defense “Ever since the fourth grade,” Woods said recently. Fourth grade?

Students at The Summit Country Day School swept the top five awards in two divisions of the 2019 Jerry Tollifson Art Criticism Open, sponsored by the Ohio Art Education Association (OAEA).

Five students from The Summit Country Day School will have artwork showing at state art exhibitions in March.

For being one of two winners in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s student melody contest, Summit Country Day School freshman Irene Calderon, Hyde Park, earned the right to have her piece, “The Moon in my Rearview Mirror” adapted and developed into a full-scale piece by professional composer Meng Wang.