Welcome to Summit High School

 

Working to educate future members of society to be successful.

The purpose of Summit High School is to provide an alternative for those 9-12 grade students who want to continue their education and experience personal growth.  For various reasons, some students are unable to function successfully in the regular school environment.  Summit High School recognizes that there can be challenges in the students personal environment, peer interactions, or academic performance.  Therefore, special attention and assistance will be given to facilitate growth and understanding of self and others.  Students will be instructed with techniques that allow them to take control of the areas in which they are experiencing difficulty.

With small class sizes, and specially trained teachers, Summit High School is an alternative educational setting with a heart.

Parent Notification

October 1, 2013

 

Dear Parent/Legal Guardian:

This notification is being provided due to requirements of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), formerly known as No Child Left Behind. Arizona has an accountability system that designates schools with a letter grade from A through F.  This will help parents better understand how our schools are performing academically.   

 

 Our school’s state label is:       C-ALT           

 

The following chart provides a comparison of our school to other elementary or secondary schools in our district and in the state as required by the ESEA Flexibility Request:

Grade

Our School

Our District

Arizona Schools

Our School

Our District

Arizona Schools

 

%  Proficient

in Math, based on 2013 AIMS

%  Proficient in Math, based on 2013 AIMS

% Proficient

in Math, based on 2013 AIMS

% Proficient in Reading, based on 2013 AIMS

% Proficient in Reading, based on 2013 AIMS

% Proficient

in Reading, based on 2013 AIMS

2015 high school cohort

17

62

62

83

84

83

 

School Improvement Plan

 

      We are working with the district and the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) to revise the Continuous Improvement Plan for Summit High School in order to address the indicators that led to our letter grade.  The district and ADE are assisting this school in Providing support in revising the Continuous Improvement Plan through ongoing professional development and adopting research-based intervention.

 
 

We encourage all parents/guardians to become involved by participating in the development of the Continuous Improvement Plan.  Please contact Christopher Koenker at 773-8198 if you are interested in being part of a committee or would like more information on our school.

 

Sincerely,

 

Christopher Koenker

Summit High School Principal

 

Sylvia Johnson

Director of EducationalEnrichment

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