Summit is an accredited high school that offers an alternative to the traditional high school model for 9-12 grade students who want to continue their education and experience personal growth. Summit High School recognizes that there can be challenges in a student's personal environment, peer interactions, or academic performance. Therefore, special attention and assistance are 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. By utilizing smaller class sizes, a block schedule, and a focus on graduation requirements, Summit can help students recover credits, graduate, and prepare for their future.
GRADUATION IS MAY 29, 2020
Summit High School will be participating in the FUSD 2020 Graduation Procession Friday May 29,2020. Caps and Gowns will be available for purchase at Summit High School on May 26th through May 29th from 8am-11am each day. Caps and Gowns cost $37. We will be accepting cash and checks made payable to "Balfour". NO debit or credit cards will be accepted.
All Summit High School graduates are to meet at Thomas Elementary School at 12 noon on Friday, May 29th. Thomas Elementary School is located at 3300 E. Lockett Rd. When you arrive at Thomas Elementary you will be given further instructions.
Students will not be allowed to drive themselves during the procession. They must be driven by a family member.
All traffic laws must be obeyed during the graduation procession.
Only one car per graduate will be allowed.
Students are encouraged to wear their graduation cap and gowns during the procession.
Families are required to stay in their vehicles at all times.
Please represent your family and our school in a positive light by making sure that the decorations on your car are appropriate.
The graduation procession will be lived streamed as well. This will be available on the Summit High School website.
Summit High School Staff would like to thank you for your continued patience during this time and we hope you all remain safe and well throughout the coming months.