Take a PEAK at what’s been happening at Summit! Read the latest edition of The Peaks of Summit. (pdf)
We recently watched on as our 8th graders celebrated the completion of their middle school years and the beginning of their high school journey. Many of our 8th grade students will continue on at Summit for high school, while a few will be spreading their wings elsewhere. We are so proud of all of these
Per tradition, we began closing out the school year with our Music and Awards program. We loved seeing our students perform and accept their awards! See photos from the event in the gallery below.
For superheroes, saving the world is tough, but everyday life is tougher. The Hulk files taxes, Spiderman signs autographs, and Batman picks up his dry cleaning in our Drama Club’s performance of Superheroes: With Great Power Comes Ordinary Responsibility. Hawkeye struggles with the ups and downs of superhero life – disengaging a bomb one minute,
Backward walking, forward walking, hopping, skipping, dancing… these are some of what we saw last Thursday as students, staff, and parents circled around the parking lot for the 3rd annual PTO Walk-A-Thon! We are fortunate to have a PTO that is so dedicated to our students and staff. Thank you those who made this happen
Our drama club students really nailed it this time with their hilarious performance of Wooing Wed Widing Hood. In this tale, three princes must pass several “tasks” in competition to see who will get to “woo wed widing hood.” See more from the performance below. Meet Mr. & Mrs. Hood, Little Red’s couch potato parents, who never
This past weekend, Old Main Street in Middletown was overrun by vendors, shoppers, and people-watchers for the annual Middletown Family Fun Festival. Saturday brought the Middletown Parade and Summit Family Picnic right in the midst of it all. The parade–which snakes from Eastern High School down Main Street to proceed past many enthusiastic onlookers— is