End of Year Reminders

As we are approaching the end of the year, here are a few reminders and summer opportunities for students that are interested.

Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Students: Students taking college classes this semester will need to submit their transcripts upon completion along with a copy of the receipt of payment for the course to this link.  Once done, your student account will be reimbursed (early June) and your HS transcript will be updated accordingly.  The Summit’s policy on reimbursement can be found here for your review.

Seniors:  Please use this link to request your official final HS transcript to be sent to the college/university you are attending.

Summer Opportunities:  All HS students interested in the medical field, this 2 day camp program may be for you!!  MASH (Missouri AHEC Science and Health) Camps are designed to expose students interested in science and considering the health sciences to healthcare careers. They are hands-on learning opportunities with assorted healthcare professionals. We let them do engaging activities and “get their hands dirty” to learn about “a day in the life of” the healthcare team. Camps are open to students entering 9th-12th grade and registration is OPEN! This is the link to register: Missouri AHEC Science & Health (MASH) Camp – Southwest Missouri Area Health Education Center – Missouri State

 

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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