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.
The Flagstaff Unified School District Governing Board approved a recommendation to have all students begin the 2020-2021 school year, on August 17, 2020, in Flexible Remote Learning and Distance Learning options only and delay the start of In-Person Learning at school sites at least through the first quarter (October 9, 2020).
Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and the University of Arizona will be bringing a week of virtual collaborative events to students, families and supporters. Registration is available on the website below.
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