Summit Reminders and Upcoming Events

Summit Reminders and Upcoming Events

  • No School on Friday 9/23: There is no school on Friday, September 23. It is a Teacher Work Day. Enjoy the long weekend!
  • School Picture Day on Monday 9/26: Monday, September 26 is School Picture Day. Click here to order your pictures online. All students will take a picture on Monday 9/26 for yearbook and administrative purposes. Retakes are scheduled for Wednesday, November 15.
  • Scholastic Book Fair, Monday 9/26 – Friday 9/30: Be sure to stop by the bookfair, located on the second floor in the Lower School Annex (east side of the second floor) before or after school to check out student and teacher wish lists, and so much more! Want to volunteer at the Book Fair? Use this link to sign up to help!
  • Canned Food Drive, Monday 9/26 – Friday 9/30: When you come to visit the bookfair, bring in a canned good or two to support the Freedom Food Drive for Veterans. 

The Summit Preparatory School is a fully accredited, non-religious, private school offering a full-time seated independent education for students in Springfield, Ozark, Nixa, Rogersville, and the greater Southwest Missouri area. Our preparatory school setting offers an enriching early childhood, elementary, middle school, and high school curriculum in a supportive environment. We have state of the art facilities, highly-qualified teachers and staff, and a large range of educational programming. Interested in enrolling your child? Learn more about our admissions process.

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