At The Summit Preparatory School, we see things differently. As a fully accredited
independent school, our teachers have the freedom to develop an integrated, hands-on curriculum that reflects constant evolutions in technology and culture. Instead of teaching to a test, we teach to a vision: to prepare life-long learners.
By developing the skills of curiosity, creativity and critical-thinking, our students look at challenges from a higher perspective—one that considers content in context, and challenges them to not just have the right answers, but also to ask the right questions.
Dual Credit and Dual Enrollment – The Summit will be offering reimbursement to high school families if their student chooses to take college/university level courses. Faculty and administration recognize the benefits students receive when they participate in college level courses prior to graduation and seek to offer support to families if they choose to pursue these opportunities. High school students may elect to take dual credit or dual enrollment courses. These are college level classes in which students will earn both high school and college credit. Summit families, click here to complete the Dual Credit and Enrollment reimbursement request.
Missouri Seal of Biliteracy – All Summit students who can demonstrate proficiency in 2 or more languages will have the opportunity to earn the Missouri Seal of Biliteracy or the Distinguished Missouri Seal of Biliteracy. All students in 11th or 12th grade are eligible and must complete The Summit’s requirements before the end of their senior year.
Mathematics, 4 credits
Science, 4 credits
English, 4 credits
History/Social Studies, 4 credits
Foreign Language, 2 credits
Fine Art, 1 credit
Practical Art, 1 credit
Physical Education, 1 credit
Health & Wellness, 0.5 credit
Personal Finance, 0.5 credit
Electives, 6 credits
As part of their transcript, Summit high schoolers are encouraged to take college/university courses. The Summit Class of 2022 graduated with an average of 10 college credits on their high school transcript.
During a student’s four year tenure in The Summit’s High School Program, they will work with The Summit Guidance Counselor to prepare for their plans after high school graduation. Listed below are some of the key areas of focus during a student’s high school career.
Springfield is fortunate to have robust opportunities and programs for high school students. Listed below are some of the programs high schoolers have been involved with during their time at The Summit. This is not a comprehensive list.
Summit alumni in need of their high school transcripts should use the button below to submit a request. You may also contact Summit Guidance Counselor Becky Breckner, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
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