Handley Middle School’s leadership decided to implement the Summit Learning Program in 2016 as a holistic approach to personalized learning for students. After one year of implementation across its 6th grade classrooms, Handley measured about a 63% decrease in discipline referrals and saw annual state test scores rise.
- The following case studies highlight a variety of schools currently implementing the Summit Learning approach. Read further to hear from school leaders about their unique journey and the impact they are seeing as a result of joining the Summit Learning Program.
Blackstone Valley Prep High School (BVPHS) first opened the Summit Learning Program to all of its 9th-10th grade students in 2015-16 to ensure they were prepared for college. One year later, BVPHS juniors were 91% more likely than other Rhode Island juniors to be college and career ready.
After one year in the Summit Learning Program, Fairview Park City Schools has seen students exceed the district’s and state’s expectations in math and reading on NWEA MAP tests. Read more on how teachers and students are growing as a team and owning their learning in this Summit Learning case study.