Allows school flexibility to use the funds where the need is the greatest. Learn more and give now.
Capital and Special Initiatives
Funds summer work so teachers can write character-based leadership lessons into the curriculum. Learn more and give now.
Supports strategic initiative by funding teachers to write curriculum for creative problem-solving. Learn more and give now.
Provides funding to bring experts into the school and give students off-campus experiences on character-based leadership. Learn more and give now.
Supports DE&I programs for students and professional development. Learn more and give now.
Supports the purchase of a new van. Learn more and give now.
Supports renovation of St. Cecilia Hall. Learn more and give now.
The new scoreboard on Williams Field was funded by the Joseph family who have contributed to the history of The Summit for more than 60 years. Dating back to the graduating class of 1955, 20 members of the Joseph family have walked the hallways of the school.
Improvements funded by Philip and Suzanne McHugh through the Community Foundation of Louisville, Karrie and Chip Crowther, James E. Evans, Tracy and Greg Hartmann, Mariana Belvedere and Samer Hasan, Charu Venkatesan, Robert Kenter, an anonymous donor and the Summit Parents Association.
Flannery Gym improvements included painting, professional wooden lockers, replacement of shower assemblies and non-slip floor surfaces. It was funded primarily by the school with a contribution from the Summit Boosters Association.
Funds opportunities for students to experience examples of creative problem-solving through field trips.