All Summit Academy Schools are tuition-free, non-profit community schools for alternative learners. They are specifically designed for students with AD/HD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and related challenges.
Summit Academy’s proven therapeutic academic program is designed to fulfill the academic, social, emotional, and physical requirements of students with special needs. The school is committed to providing an extraordinary, safe, and nurturing learning environment where students will reach their full potential.
If you suspect that your child may have a disability or want additional information about testing to determine if your child qualifies for Special Education Services, please contact the IEP Coordinator at your local Summit Academy School.
Please go to the banner “Schools” to obtain contact information.
Summit Academy recognizes that students must be prepared for success, not just in the classroom but also as they face the challenges of the future. Students need tools that will foster meaningful connections from the classroom to the workplace and to support this need, Summit Academy utilizes the online education and planning tool, Ohio Means Jobs
Career profiling, occupational exploring, job searching, budget calculating and education planning are just a few of the services this site provides. The system helps students create a customized personal career plan while keeping track of their work and progress.
Follow the link below to a short video that will introduce you to this amazing tool!
The Master Teacher Committee Meeting will be held on: Thursday, May 28 2015 at the Summit Academy Administration Office. Thank you
Native American Speaker Inspires Students At Akron Elementary School
Don Bartlette came to Summit Academy Akron Elementary to share his story of personal triumph over bullying.
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Dayton High School students are learning how to enter the world of work.
It was a day for hotdogs, hanging out, sports talk and football at Youngstown High School for Autism.
Paint. Was. Everywhere.
All over students' hands, faces and clothing, on some of the teachers, and certainly on the hanging sheets that kids hurled paint-soaked items at as part of an outdoor art day.
By Caitlin Fertal
When Youngstown Secondary formed its first team for the Destination ImagiNation competition this year, no one could predict how far it would go.
As Toledo Art Teacher Kristen Kowalski passes out a stack of Apple iPads, something magical happens.