One Hundred Percent of Seniors at Summit Public Schools are Graduating College Ready

Every student graduating from Summit’s seven high schools are graduating college ready. Summit Public Schools has prepared every graduating student, since its first graduating class in 2007 to this year’s graduates, for college. In California, high school graduates are considered college ready if they have completed a collection of courses as designated by the University … Continued

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Meet Orion – Student of Summit Atlas

My name is Orion and a sophomore in my second year at Summit Atlas. I am proud to be one of Atlas’ founding students. My mom learned about the school from our principal, Ms. B., who was handing out flyers in our neighborhood before the school opened in 2017. Ms. B told my mom about … Continued

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Meet Abdul – Student of Summit Atlas

My name is Abdul, and I’m in 9th grade at Summit Atlas in West Seattle. I live close by, in High Point, and heard about a new charter public school option from around the neighborhood. At home, I’m the oldest of five. I live with my mom, dad, two little brothers, and two little sisters. … Continued

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Meet Esther – Student of Summit Atlas

My name is Esther. I’m in 10th grade and in my second year at Summit Atlas, a charter public school in West Seattle. I’ve lived in Renton with my mom since July 2017. My mom found out about Atlas before I even moved here; she was doing research on schools focused on college opportunities. My … Continued

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Meet Abdi – Student of Summit Atlas

My name is Abdi. I’m in 7th grade at Summit Atlas. I come from a big family – I have five older siblings and three younger siblings. Four of us attend Atlas. I have a sister in 6th grade here, and our twin brothers are in 10th grade. I have a lot of responsibilities at … Continued

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Summit Gives Thanks To Our Growing Community

This week we want to pause and say thank you to our students, families, faculty and our larger community. While as a nation we face unsettling political times, it has been comforting to find community in our schools. Our students know they have a safe place to learn and grow. Our families know that we … Continued

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