WHO WE ARE
Summit Tutoring Corps
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DAY IN THE LIFE
Summit Denali (Sunnyvale, 6th - 9th Grades)
Everest (Redwood City, 9th - 12th Grades)
Summit K2 (El Cerrito/Richmond, 7th - 9th Grades)
Summit Prep (Redwood City, 9th - 12th Grades)
Summit Rainier (San Jose, 9th - 12th Grades)
Summit Shasta (Daly City, 9th - 12th Grades)
Summit Tahoma (San Jose, 9th - 12th Grades)
Summit Tamalpais (El Cerrito/Richmond, 7th Grade)
Summit Atlas (Opening in West Seattle, 2017)
Summit Olympus (Tacoma, 9th - 10th Grades)
Summit Sierra (Seattle, 9th - 10th Grades)
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Explore a day in the life of a Summit student.
Each Summit school has its own daily schedule, but all share the same
core learning experiences focused on college and career readiness.
Students develop deeper thinking and life skills through project-based learning.
They have Project Time for all of their core courses in English, History, Math, Science, and Spanish (in high school). In this picture, a student explores the nature of sound for a physics essay.
Summit projects mimic real-world work experiences
Students use problem-solving, critical thinking, and communication skills to tackle challenging problems.
Our students are innovators, creators and problem-solvers
They regularly present their analysis, recommendations, and projects because public speaking is a key life skill.
Our teachers inspire a joy of learning
Whether it’s a math experiment, class debate, or research paper, students are deeply engaged and curious.
Many projects require teamwork
Students are graded on their ability to work well with others, listen, and participate.
Day in the Life
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