The Performance Academy is a learning model designed for student-athletes and artists in grades 4-8 that allows them to attend school in the mornings and train in the afternoons. Summit Learning has helped students continue to excel in school and extracurricular activities during the pandemic.
Being a teacher this school year can be sink-or-swim, but being a student largely depends on the teacher offering them a safe harbor. When we started our year, we knew it would be different. And the changes began immediately. Mentor teachers became the crux of beginning and ending every day. To keep classroom sizes down, […]
Gradient Learning, our nonprofit organization that partners with thousands of educators across the country, is guided by the vision that educators should be empowered to meet the needs of all of their students. As we move into a new year, I am filled with a sense of positivity, hope, and urgency to fulfill the needs […]
Farmington High School, which opened at the start of the 2018-19 school year in Farmington, Utah, has persevered through the challenges of COVID-19 to post one of the top ACT scores in the state of Utah.
Today, Gradient Learning, the nonprofit that oversees the Summit Learning program and Along video journal, signed on as one of the first adopters of the updated 2020 Student Privacy Pledge. The Student Privacy Pledge reflects top industry standards for safeguarding student privacy and security.
Craig Gantenbein, Principal at Bennington Grade School in Kansas, reflects back on his school’s first year using Summit Learning, and shares his tips and wisdom for other school communities.