Summit Academy admits children who have difficulty listening, speaking, reading, writing or thinking, despite adequate intelligence, conventional instruction, and appropriate socio-cultural opportunities. These difficulties may be the result of a learning disorder or other learning difference.
New admissions should be of appropriate age for placement in Pre-K through ninth grade. The Head of School may, at his discretion, offer families admission for their student on a trial basis, not to exceed one school year. Every student’s progress is reviewed yearly to determine if they should continue at Summit Academy, or are ready to return to a conventional school setting.
Summit Academy does not admit children whose primary disorder is behavioral or emotional.
The following are examples of conditions that may benefit from our school program:
- Central Auditory Processing Disorder
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Written Language Disorder
- Non-Verbal Learning Disorder
- Developmental Delay (through age 6)
- Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia
- Language Processing Disorder
- Spectrum Disorder
- Sensory Integration Disorder
Summit Academy does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, nationality or ethnic origin in administration of its policies and programs.