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The Summit Boosters Association

The purpose of the Summit Boosters Association is to advance the mission of The Summit Country Day School, and specifically, the athletic department through financial and volunteer activities. We focus on athlete safety and promoting a great sports environment for our teams.

Through these four key areas, we offer support for all athletes and promote the success of Summit sports:

Athletic Leadership: We support a character-based leadership program for coaches, team captains and all athletes in order to support the athletic pillar of the school mission.

Marketing & Communication: Through our communications we foster greater fan support for our teams and promote booster programs. We offer two informational/inspiration sessions a year for athletes and parents.

Team Parent Program: We offer guidelines for team parents to ensure equity among all sports and athletes.

Booster Membership | Financial Planning: We promote Booster membership and involvement while creating a more efficient payment and billing process.

Membership to the Boosters is open to all Summit families and we invite you to make a difference with building a tradition of excellence with Summit athletics. Fees are the primary way Boosters raise money and these fees provide supplementary support for athletic teams and help improve facilities.

  • Click here to read about benefits of membership.
  • Click here to learn more about how you can get involved and become part of the vibrant athletic parent community.
  • Click here to sign up for K-6 Athletics.
  • Click here to join the Boosters now.


Key Dates for 2019-20
Booster Bash:
Saturday, Aug. 17
Homecoming: Friday, Sept. 20
Meetings: 8:15 a.m. Thursdays, Sept. 12, Oct. 10, Jan. 9, March 12 and May 7. Meetings are usually held in the Bishop’s Parlor


Two seniors at The Summit Country Day School were recognized for advancing their academic and athletic careers to the collegiate level on Nov. 13 during a ceremony in St. Cecilia Hall.

The Summit Country Day School boys’ cross country team earned the program’s first team state championship following the Division III state race Nov. 2 at National Trail Raceway in Hebron. Summit had four runners score in the top-20.