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Summit High School

Summit High School is a coeducational public charter school for students in grades 9 through 12.

Education Quality
Cost Of Living
Institution Type: Public Setting: Urban


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Provides a quality education for each student in preparation for the future. Creates an environment of mutual respect, openness and trust. High standards and expectations will be maintained.



Public charter schools are supported through lower levels of direct, public funding, as well as though private subsidies. As with district public schools, they do not charge tuition to students who attend them.



22% of students graduate from Summit High School

Adequate Yearly Progress

AYP was Not Met Overall for the year 2012.

AYP for Graduation was Not Met for the year 2012.

AYP for Attendance was Met for the year 2012.

AYP is a measurement defined by the United States federal No Child Left Behind Act that allows the U.S. Department of Education to determine how every public school and school district in the country is performing academically according to results on standardized tests.

Students and Faculty

Students and Faculty

Enrollment Data

Total Enrollment 266
Enrollment By Grade
Grade Number of Students
9 23
10 39
11 74
12 130

Summit High School's relatively even enrollment profile may offer insights into student retention rates, local population changes, real estate costs, and the accessibility of alternative educational options. to find out more about the specific factors influencing Summit High School's enrollment numbers.

Student Teacher Ratio 18 : 1
Gender 48% Male / 52% Female
Socioeconomic Diversity

95% of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at Summit High School.

Student Diversity
Percentage of Student Body
White 7%
Multi-racial 0%
Hispanic/Latino 79%
Black or African American 9%
Asian 5%
American Indian or Alaska Native 4%
Contact   Christina Enriquez
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