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Campaign for Summit

Reaching Beyond Our Challenges

Empowering a generation of innovators, collaborators, artists, scientists, and leaders to unlock the power of their own intellect and creativity.

New Academic Learning Center

The new Academic Learning Center will house our middle school students and will foster a 21st century teaching and learning environment. In addition to enhancing Summit's middle school experience, the new building will be able to support a growing student population.

New Academic Learning Center

20,000 SQ FT state of the art facility with 12 classrooms and 2 science labs

Dedicated space for 90 middle school students which accounts for 65% of Summit Students

Modern seminar & symposium space with enhanced technology hub

Dedicated workspace for teachers and faculty

New Academic Learning Center

The new building will replace the original "barn" and will fit in seamlessly with the existing campus design.

New Academic Learning Center

The new building will replace the original "barn" and will fit in seamlessly with the existing campus design.

New Academic Learning Center

The new building will replace the original "barn" and will fit in seamlessly with the existing campus design.

New Academic Learning Center

The main corridors will have seating areas for collaboration and working in breakout groups.

New Academic Learning Center

The learning stairs will provide opportunities for class presentations and also for students to informally gather.

New Academic Learning Center

A modern seminar & symposium space with enhanced technology hub will provide for:

hybrid presentations for professional development

hybrid presentations for parent education

a student lunch room

staff meetings

multi-class collaboration

after-school functions

New Academic Learning Center
Two new science labs will contain the instruments and supplies necessary for middle school science classes.
New Academic Learning Center
A typical classroom will have a moveable partition to allow for flexibility in scheduling for small groups and large groups.
  • $4,000,000
  • $10,000,000

 

We need a more mature and developmentally appropriate teaching/learning environment for our middle school students. A larger facility with collaborative spaces and state-of-the-art technology will reflect what other middle school students enjoy. Summit students deserve all the benefits of a traditional middle school.Dr. Joan A. Mele-McCarthy, CCC-SLP, Executive Director, The Summit School


Invest In Their Future

Our Campaign for Summit will enhance our facilities and extend our life-altering programs and services to the communities we proudly serve, building on Summit's vision: a future in which students with learning differences mature into self-sufficient, self-advocating and successful adults.


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