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OUR APPROACH • Our Results


Outperforming Local Schools

Summit students arrive at Summit schools with slightly lower scores than their peers at local high schools, yet consistently outperform their peers.
 Summit schools have consistently performed well above the state’s measure of a successful school (800 API).
Summit schools ranked in the top 20% of public high schools in the state of California.
Summit Preparatory High School ranked #1 in the Bay Area and #3 in the state of California serving students with disabilities.

College-Ready Courses for All Students

We have a rigorous, college-prep curriculum where 100% of our students meet and exceed 4-year college entrance requirements.

Preparing Students for College-Level Work

All Summit students take rigorous classes during their time at Summit

Every Summit student takes six AP classes and at least one AP test prior to graduation

Preparing All Students for Success in College

Our flagship school was recently named the #1 High school in Silicon Valley in preparing Latino students for success.

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Achieving College Success

• Summit graduates are completing college within six years at double the national average.

• 99% of graduating seniors are accepted into at least one four-year college.

• In 2016, our graduates were accepted into over 150 colleges nationwide, including all 9 University of California campuses, Stanford University, and four Ivy League schools: Brown, Cornell, Harvard, and Yale.

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