Frequently Asked Questions
What is Summit Academy?
Summit Academy is a regional alternative education opportunity focused on the social and emotional needs of all students while meeting their academic needs. We serve students in Boone and Winnebago counties in grades 6-12+.
My child’s school has recommended a change of placement to Summit Academy. Now what do I do?
Once the placement has been approved by the family and home district, a copy of the finalized referral will be submitted to our Transition Team. Upon receipt of the referral documents, the Summit Academy Transition Team will make a determination on the student's referral and decide if a student is clear for orientation, needs a safety assessment, or is denied placement. Summit Academy then contacts the school district and family on next steps and to schedule the next appointment given determination.
If I enroll my child in Summit Academy, do I need to make Summit aware of my transportation needs?
Yes. Summit Academy will need to know your transportation needs. Once we understand your needs, we will do our best to coordinate transportation arrangements.
Will my child receive a high school diploma if they attend Summit Academy?
Yes! We work with students to help them obtain their high school diploma from their home school. Also, some students are eligible to receive their diploma from the Regional Office of Education.
I’ve made an appointment at Summit Academy. Where do I enter?
All guests and visitors can enter through the front of the building at Door 1. Parking is available on the north side of the building.
I’m interested in working at Summit Academy. How do I apply?
Please visit our Career Opportunities page for information about open positions at Summit Academy.
Does Summit Academy accept donations?
Does Summit Academy participate in a free summer meals program for students?
Yes! Summit Academy is proud to participate in the FREE Summer Meals Program for 2022. FREE healthy and nutritious summer meals are available for ALL children ages 18 and younger when school is not in session.
I have additional questions. Who should I contact?