As a support and extension of the family unit, Summit Classical Christian School considers the family to be of first importance to a child. God, through His Word, the Bible, indicates that the family is the most important human institution He designed since He compares it to the relationship believers have with Christ and the Father. Therefore, at Summit we are continually seeking ways to actively involve the parents, siblings, and grandparents of our students in the programs of the school.
Attracting new students and families to Summit is necessary to maintain a healthy and vibrant school environment and we believe that our existing families are our best recruiters!
The Parent Volunteer Organization (PVO) is the fellowship of Summit parents working together to promote the ideals of the school, to encourage fellowship among families, and to support the various needs of the teachers and classes.
Summit uniform policy is routinely reviewed to ensure it fosters and encourages a productive learning environment.
Weather conditions change quickly in the PNW, so it’s important to know what Summit’s inclement weather policy and procedures are.
The best way to learn more about a school is to visit – meet the teachers, sit in on some classes, and observe the students. The culture of the school becomes apparent just by spending time in the hallways and classrooms.
See how families can offset some of their tuition and fees with financial programs.
Each grade level has varying requirements for school supplies.
Summit believes that learning should largely take place in the context of a redemptive relationship between student and teacher. However certain exceptions apply.
Parent student handbook.
Summit encourages all parents to read and be familiar with the Summit Parent Student Handbook.