Summit Academy Community School – Parma
ADDRESS: 5868 Stumph Road Parma, OH 44130
PHONE: (440) 888-5407 FAX: (440) 888-5417
Summit Academy Parma Community School serves children in 1st through 12th grade. Our school is committed to providing quality education to children with social and learning disorders such as Autism, ADD, ADD Spectrum Disorders, and ADHD. We aim to create a therapeutic, soothing environment where students receive the attention and care they need to thrive.
Providing a Well-Rounded Education
At Summit Academy we understand that students need to have a well rounded life in order to thrive academically. There have been multiple studies that prove creative and extracurricular activities greatly improve focus and generate positive thinking in children with learning disorders, which is why we offer:
- Martial Arts
- Student Council
- Running Club
- Yearbook Club
We also have many events that involve the students’ families to further integrate family with their education. These events include:
- Open House
What Parents Are Saying About Summit Academy Parma:
“Just wanted to let you know how happy we are with you and your staff! The teachers have been so patient, caring, and helpful, helpful, helpful!!! We are thrilled with all the variety of learning experiences they’ve had there! [My children] are so happy to be there! They are often so bored at home on the weekends that they can’t wait for Mondays! LOL…(don’t tell them I told you).
Great job all around over there! I would recommend your school and staff to anyone I know! We are VERY grateful to have you all!!
Sincerely, Summit Academy Parma Parent”
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).