Special Governing Authority Virtual Meeting – October 21

 

Summit Academy Community School for Alternative Learners Middletown serves grades K-6. We are committed to excellence in education. Our school is unique in that there are only 100 students, making it easy to get to know each child and their families personally. Having fewer students allows our teachers to become familiar with the special needs of each student so that they can better teach and guide them.

Staff

Our school understands that our students need extra guidance and attention, which is why we have specialists on staff including:

  • IEP Coordinator – Brandi Ruscher
  • Behavior Specialist – Tiffany Newman
  • Community Support Liaison – Ashley Baumgarten
  • Literacy Coach – Jessica Hahn
  • Math Coach – Cari Ruminski

Technology

Technology has become an important component of learning that allows students to gain more information and exercise their technical skills. We are privileged to have many technological resources at our school including iPads and Chromebooks. Students also learn the value of being responsible and taking care of things because they are expected to handle the electronic devices as if they are their own.

Read about Summit Academy Schools in the Middletown Journal!

Our Vision for Alternative Learners

Summit Academy Schools provide a structured safe haven for alternative learners. Compassionate teachers deliver highly specialized curriculum designed to engage children where they are developmentally. With a therapeutic approach, Summit Academy Schools are a non-profit that foster belonging and social acceptance for every child.

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 disorders. This school is a non-profit school 501(c) (3).