Communications News

Mark Osborne has joined The Summit Country Day School as the Alumni Engagement and Gifts Officer.

Independent research on water quality conducted by Summit Country Day School senior Noor Amir, Mason, will be presented at the annual Ohio Academy of Science (OAS) meeting.

Three seniors at The Summit Country Day School signed letters of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 6 to play football and lacrosse at Ohio colleges.

Three Summit Country Day School students received gold awards at the Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards ceremony on Feb. 1.

During The Summit Country Day School’s Science Research Institute Colloquium in late January, 11 seniors shared their research findings on topics ranging from astrophysics to conservation to inorganic chemistry as well as a variety of medical concerns."

The boys' basketball games originally scheduled for tonight have been moved to Saturday, Feb. 2 in Flannery. The freshman game is at 3 p.m. followed by junior varsity a...

90-minute delay

February 1, 2019

Because of the weather, the start of school at The Summit Country Day School will be delayed 90 minutes. School will start at 9:45 a.m. today. Early Morning Study for Middle ...

Five Upper School band members from The Summit Country Day School earned “superior” ratings in the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) Solo and Ensemble event Jan. 26 at Elder High School.

Next month, the Alpine World Ski Championships begin. Do you know which country is hosting the event? Need a hint? It’s the most populous country in Scandinavia.

School will be closed tomorrow, 1/31, due to the weather. Schoolwork will be uploaded to the Portal by 10 a.m. for children in Grades 3 through 12. Please check the Portal for t...

Classes have been cancelled for The Summit Country Day School on Wednesday, Jan. 30 due to the forecast for extremely cold temperatures and given that an early dismissal had bee...

The Summit Country Day School’s Robotics Team qualified to compete in state competition in March.

Two fifth graders in The Summit Country Day School’s Harold C. Schott Middle School won an Excellence in Acting Award at the Junior Theater Festival on Jan. 18-20 in Atlanta.

On Jan. 18, The Summit Country Day School sent two teams to the Ohio High School Mock Trial competition. Competing in the Hamilton District, which was made up of 40 teams from 17 schools, The Summit was in the largest of the 27 district competitions.

While The Summit Country Day School’s rigorous curriculum opens doors at colleges and universities across the country, Summit athletes are in even stronger demand. 47 alumni athletes are currently competing at the collegiate level this academic year.

Sherry Xiao '18 was recently quoted for this story.

Three juniors from The Summit Country Day School have been selected to participate in two regional year-long programs sponsored by Cincinnati’s Health Collaborative.

With the school year fully entrenched in second semester proceedings, it is time to honor academic achievement. On Jan. 22 in Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, the Upper School hosted its first semester academic awards ceremony.

Greg Dennis, Athletic Director at The Summit, received nominations for four awards from the Southwest Ohio Athletic Directors Association (SWOADA).

The work of a senior in The Summit Country Day School’s Science Research Institute has been accepted for presentation at the American College of Cardiology's (ACC) annual conference this year.

Eighth grader Logan Miller, Ft. Thomas, Ky., was the last speller standing in a field of 25 spellers who participated in The Summit’s annual Harold C. Schott Middle School spelling bee on Jan. 9 in Kyte Theater.

Students in the Harold C. Schott Middle School performed the Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast” on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 on the Kyte Theater stage.