Click on each item below to learn more about the Admissions process. Applicants for admission are considered without regard to sex, race, national or ethnic origin.
To enter our pre-kindergarten (K4) program, your child must be 4-years-old by September 30th. If you are applying for kindergarten (K5), your child must be 5-years-old by September 30th of the school year for which you are applying.
All students entering grades K5 and up will undergo an entrance assessment and other placement testing as required. The cost for this testing is included in the application fee.
Once the school receives all the application forms, an interview will be scheduled as openings become available. The purpose of the interview is to ensure that:
a) at least one parent expresses a clear testimony of Christian faith and is known and active in a Biblically-based local Christian church;
b) the parents desire a Christian education for their child; and
c) family beliefs and practices are consistent with the standards, statement of faith, and values of the school.
Students entering 7th-12th grades will also be interviewed prior to admission and must be able to articulate and demonstrate faith in Jesus Christ.
You will be notified by email upon acceptance of your child(ren) with detailed instructions for completing the online enrollment packet. Note: submitting an application does not guarantee acceptance to Summit and the application fee is non-refundable.
God has blessed Summit with increased interest and growing enrollment.
Each grade level has a set capacity for the number of students due to space constraints and because we value smaller class sizes and close teacher-student relationships. Therefore, if the number of applications exceeds the number of available seats in class, we will begin a wait pool for qualified applicants.
Wait pools are not prioritized waiting lists. Instead, qualified applications for a grade are compiled and, should an opening become available, reviewed collectively by the admissions committee to select the most mission-appropriate candidate. Summit reserves the right to place priority consideration for qualified applicants of staff and siblings.