Students at Summit Prep have access to a high-quality college preparatory curriculum. This past year, 100% of the graduating class was accepted to a four-year college or university. Additionally, Summit Prep helps students develop a full range of capabilities – intellectual, emotional, and social – for success in their life’s pursuits. Throughout high school, students work one-on-one with their mentors and in peer groups to develop and exhibit our six core characteristics: Courage, Compassion, Curiosity, Integrity, Respect, and Responsibility.
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Summit Prep Shadow Days
Spring shadow dates are available by appointment only for accepted students. Information on how to sign-up will be provided in the admissions offer notification.
Summit Prep: 890 Broadway, Redwood City, CA 94063
Summit Prep | Executive Director
Caitlin Reilly is a Washington D.C.-area native and credits her own excellent public education and her work in area schools there for developing her passion for ensuring that every student has the opportunity to experience an excellent education. After studying Accounting and Spanish at the University of Virginia, she joined Teach for America in D.C. as a high school Spanish teacher. During that time, she earned her Masters of Teaching from American University and grew into a teacher leadership role as an instructional coach for fellow teachers. In 2013, she earned a Masters of School Leadership at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and then returned to her D.C. charter network where she led the middle school as Vice Principal of Instruction before joining Summit Public Schools in 2015. Caitlin served as the Director for Expeditions at Summit Prep, Everest, Denali, Rainier and Tahoma for two years before transitioning to her role as the leader of Summit Prep.
Summit Prep | Assistant Director
Cady Ching joined Summit Public Schools in 2013 as a 10th-grade Biology teacher. Cady supported the organization through the shift to personalized learning and took on an additional course of AP Environmental Science in 2016. Her journey to and through education has included working with literacy development in her home community, Oahu, teaching and working with indigenous students in Rapid City, South Dakota and the Coeur d’Alene Indian Reservation, and most recently spending summers as an instructional coach for personalized learning. Cady is originally from Honolulu, Hawaii and holds a BA in Human Biology with an Area of Concentration in the intersection of Ethnicity, Health and Education and a minor in Native American Studies from Stanford University. She also holds a MA in Education from Stanford Graduate School of Education.