6th grade student Cecilia E. Mendez loves math and learning at her own pace. Read her take on how using Summit Learning has helped her in math, and why she’d love to see other kids her age — especially girls — grow to love math.
Curious about what Summit Learning looks like in an alternative school setting? Two schools share the positive student impacts that keep them motivated to personalize learning for their students year after year.
What is personalized learning? With Summit Learning, personalized learning is an approach to teaching and learning that utilizes solid one-to-one mentoring, flexible classrooms, and cutting-edge technology to create an environment where each student can succeed.
In this collection of short videos, Michael Green, dean of culture and instruction at Summit Preparatory Charter High School, shares his views on mentoring, educating the whole child, and embracing failure.
Since starting 6th grade, Ariel Faulkner realized that learning how to learn is just as important as learning content for academic success. She shares some of her favorite study strategies and habits of success, and talks about how these will better prepare her for high school.