Summit K-12 School
Summit Community Technology Center
The Summit Community Technology Center will increase information technology literacy for Summit students, their families and our North end neighbors, specifically economically and educationally disadvantaged individuals. The Summit CTC will also work to create partnerships with individuals and organizations to share technological resources and access, providing mutual benefit for the school and the community. The mission of the new Community Technology Center is to create creative, technology literate, life-long learners.
Jennifer Wiley, Principal
Summit K-12 is a Seattle Public School in the North end of Seattle committed to the development of creative, intelligent, self-reliant and compassionate children.
Summit school has a progressive K-12 liberal arts curriculum, linking elementary, middle and high school students. We produce a knowledgeable, well-rounded student community ready to take on academic challenges. Elementary students are nurtured and given creative freedom. The small middle school encourages participation and exploration along with academic skill mastery. The intimate size of the high school insures quality individual growth. The professional faculty embraces a student-centered, inquiry approach to learning that is reflected throughout the curriculum.
Summit K-12 Progress Report