Summit Atlas is authorized by the Washington State Charter School Commission (Opens a news tab to charterschool.wa.gov website) as a tuition-free school that is open to all students. Summit Atlas will serve grades 6 through 12 by Fall 2020. As a public school, enrollment is currently open to students in grades 6 through 11.
Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 5:00 pm
Friday, March 15, 2019 at 11:00 am
We will continue accepting applications after the deadline and make offers based on availability.Enroll Now!
Summit Atlas -
West Seattle/White Center
Grades 6, 7, 9 & 10
Interested in enrolling? Want to learn more information? Please visit the Summit Atlas website.
- School Address:
- 9601 35th Ave. SW
- Seattle, WA 98126
Summit Atlas | Executive Director
Katie Bubalo began her dedication to equity in education as a volunteer basketball coach at a Title I high school in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After receiving her teaching degree from the University of Tulsa, she moved to New Orleans where she spent seven years teaching English. She served as a culture dean, academic dean, athletic director, instructional coach at Sci Academy, and the highest performing open-enrollment charter in New Orleans. In addition, she served as the network literacy specialist for Collegiate Academies. During this time, she also founded the women’s basketball program at Sci Academy, leading the team from having had no program to placing second in the district in five years. After earning her master’s degree in teaching from Relay Graduate School of Education, Katie relocated to Seattle to be closer to her three siblings and niece and nephew. Katie, by the opportunity to create a diverse community school at Summit Atlas in which every student leaves prepared for college success and the passion to do good throughout the world.
Summit Atlas | Assistant Director
Before joining Summit, Andrea Klein held teaching, curriculum development, and leadership positions at New York City’s highest performing charter network for the past nine years. As a 2006 Teach for America Corps member, she taught in Newark, New Jersey. A Native Montana and the mother of Michael, 3, and Mathers, 7 months, Andrea is passionate about providing all children with quality, innovative, and personalized education that will ensure success all the way through and beyond college. Andrea received her undergraduate degree from Whitman College and teaching credential through Seton Hall University. When she is not thinking about, talking about, or working on education, Andrea can be found spending time with her family and friends hiking, reading, and enjoying being back in the PNW!