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How Summit Stayed Summit

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in March, the school responded swiftly to make a smooth transition for our students and families and our faculty quickly adapted to relationship-based distance learning. Together we transformed campus into a safe place for students and teachers. While our campus may look different and our teaching methods have had to be flexible, we stayed Summit. Please watch this incredible video - How Summit Stayed Summit.

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The unjust deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless others are causing anguish and turmoil across our country.

To our students, families, faculty, staff, alumni/ae, and community members who are grieving and suffering through these recent events within the context of a long history of racial injustice and inequality: We see you, we love you, and we support you. You are not alone. We are here with you. Our hearts ache for you. We stand beside you.

Each of us is part of something larger than ourselves.
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