The mission of the Summit Family Association (SFA) is to foster the relationship with our Summit families through communication and inclusion, and to promote the Summit Experience through events and volunteer activities.

The SFA is presided over by a 4-person board elected from the pool of all Summit parents and comprised of a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. Non-Elected positions include the past-president and the various committee and program coordinators, as well as the Home Room parents for each grade.

The SFA is instrumental in coordinating and hosting a fully range of volunteer opportunities at Summit, both inside the classroom and out, as well as a number of family-oriented events, including the annual Welcome Back Picnic, Talent Show, Family Game Night and more.

Download the SFA Handbook for a complete listing of roles, responsibilities, officers and events listing for the current school year.


This handbook has been prepared for our families of Summit Charter School. Please be sure you familiarize yourself with the school policies, and refer to this handbook throughout the school year for any questions you may have regarding the Summit program.

Download the Summit Charter School Family Handbook.


Please familiarize yourself with this handbook and refer to it throughout the school year for any questions you may have regarding middle school. The middle school seeks to embody and uphold Summit Charter School’s mission statement: “To provide a creative and nurturing educational environment that motivates our children to seek excellence within themselves and in their endeavors.”

In addition to the school’s mission statement, the middle school students and teachers are expected to abide by Summit’s Pledge: Each day in my words and in my deeds I will do my best to live these seven virtues: Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, Self Discipline, Compassion, Perseverance and Giving

Download the Summit Middle School Handbook.