ummit 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.
Summit Academy Transitional High School serves children in 9th grade through 12th grade. We have small class sizes with a maximum of 18 students per classroom. Each classroom is staffed with a Highly Qualified Teacher and an Intervention Specialist
School Hours 7:40 am – 2:24 pm
June – Monday – Friday – 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
July – Closed
August 1 – 20, 2018 – 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
The Student Handbook has been updated as of September / October board meetings. Please see the new updated handbook below.
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Holiday Inn – West Chester
5800 Muhlhauser Road, 45069
This event is FREE for Hamilton County residents
If you live outside Hamilton County and would like to attend, email
This training is designed to provide you and your ally tools to
advocate for yourself, connect with others, and gain leadership skills.
Speaking up about employment (a job) and other things important to you
Knowing yourself and standing up for yourself
Communicating (effective and non-effective ways)
Solving Problems (individually and as a group)
Rights and responsibilities
Tools to help you find a job
Learn to start or strengthen a local network group
Plan next steps for training and leading others
For more information or to register visit
Lodging, food, and training materials for both the participant and the ally providing support
Hotel room for two nights for both participant and ally (double occupancy – single room
occupancy will be arranged, if requested, for an additional fee of half of the room cost)
Breakfast, lunch, and snacks on days two and three – dinner each evening is “on your own”
Access to all presentation slides, handouts, and other information used during the training
18 hours of continuing education credit for both the participant and the ally
After School Activities
Tutor Time (Intervention Specialists)
Basketball Club (Coach Jenkins)
Full School Day – 8:00 am – 2:24 pm
In order to be credited with a full school day, students must arrive on time and be present until 2:24 pm.
Students arriving between 8:00 am – 8:30 am will be marked tardy.
Partial School Day
Students arriving after 8:30 am
1. Achieve 3000 for Reading Comprehension
Log-in to: https://portal.achieve3000.com/index
2. Khan Academy (currently for learning math concepts, applications and algebra)
Log-in to: https://www.khanacademy.org/
What it’s like to learn math: https://www.khanacademy.org/resources/parents- mentors-1/helping-your-child/v/learning-math-on-khan-academy
3. Ohio Department of Education
Log-in to: http://education.ohio.gov/
Click on Parents or Testing and you will find links to important information
A. OGT Practice Tests and Questions
B. End of Course Practice Test Questions
Access Testing Portal: http://oh.portal.airast.org/ocba/
Practice Tests: http://oh.portal.airast.org/ocba/students-and-families/
C. Alternate Assessments
Access Portal for Practice Tasks: http://oh.portal.airast.org/oh_alt/
No Child Left Behind Act Information
Thank you for enrolling your child at Summit Academy Community School – Cincinnati. For your convenience, I am providing you with a link to view our school report card.
If you would like a paper copy, they are available upon request. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you, Stephen Geresy
In general, school dress should ensure the welfare, safety, and enhance a positive image of our students and school. Students are expected to practice good personal hygiene and have clean clothing and footwear that meets dress code standards. Any form of dress or grooming that attracts undue attention, distracts from instruction and/or interferes with health and safety will be considered unacceptable and the student will be referred to the School Administrator.
Outerwear (i.e., coats, jackets, gloves, boots, hats) and book or gym bags must be stored in the assigned location during the school day.
Acceptable dress code:
Parents will be called if a student is out of uniform to bring that child appropriate clothes. If parents cannot bring proper uniform students will spend the day in in-school suspension. If you have any questions please call the office.
Students are only allowed to have phones / electronics at school if they are turned off and put away. Students who don’t comply during school hours will have their phone / electronic confiscated. First time the phone will be returned to the student at the end of the day, second time the parent will have to come and pick up the phone any time after that the principal will schedule a conference to discuss further actions to be taken.
Also just a reminder that students must be in uniform. They must wear dress pants and a summit shirt. It is getting cold and students may not wear their coats in school. They can either wear a shirt under their summit shirt or order a summit sweatshirt. Students will be given the chance to get in uniform, or wear clothes that we have for them if they don’t comply parents will be called to bring proper clothes. First time students will be given an automatic lunch detention, second time the will get an after-school detention, after that parents will be called in for a meeting.
If you have any questions or concerns please call the office.
School Board Information
School Board Members:
Jeffery Anderson Board President
Cheryl Lee Board Vice President
Melissa Cutter Board Director
Walter Henry Board Director
Bernita Ector Board Director
Michelle Brunner Board Director
School Board Meeting Dates:
Meetings Begin at 4:00 pm
July 11, 2017 – 1660 Sternblock Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio 45237
September 5, 2017 – 5800 Salvia Ave, Cincinnati Ohio 45224
November 7, 2017 – 1660 Sternblock Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio 45237
January 2, 2018 – 5800 Salvia Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
March 6, 2018 – 1660 Sternblock Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio 45237
May 1, 2018 – 5800 Salvia Ave, Cincinnati Ohio 45224