2019-2020 Enrollment Form Deadline:
Friday, February 15, 2019 at 5:00 pm
Our initial offer date is March 8, 2019 at 5:00 pm
We will continue accepting enrollment forms after the enrollment form deadline and make offers based on availability.
Summit K2 is public and tuition-free. We are open to all; there are no admissions requirements.
If there are more students expressing interest in enrolling than the number of available spots, we will use a random selection process to determine who will receive a space.
Welcome to Summit K2! We are a free, public charter school serving middle and high school students in the East Bay. There are no admission requirements and all students are welcome. We currently serve students in grades 7-11, but we are still growing; for the upcoming school year, we will be enrolling students in grades 7-12.
Summit students receive consistent, relevant, and personalized support seamlessly integrated into their school day as they drive towards their academic and personal goals. Every Summit student has a dynamic Personalized Learning Plan and is able to access all of the learning tools and resources they need at any time.
Summit students are self-directed learners. From the day they arrive, Summit students are encouraged and coached to develop the different facets of self-directed learning – Challenge Seeking, Persistence, Strategy-Shifting, Response to Setbacks, and Appropriate Help Seeking.
All Summit graduates meet or exceed four-year college entrance requirements. All Summit students demonstrate competency in college preparatory course work in five core subjects and the visual arts.
Every single student is known by every faculty member, and teachers continuously collaborate to ensure students have the feedback and practice they need to become empowered learners. Every Summit student has at least one adult mentor and coach, who individually supports them to set goals, make a plan to achieve those goals.
What Parents Say
What I like most about my son’s experience with the school is the personalized learning and mentor program. The students all seem to share the same goal of wanting to do well in school now so they can go to a 4-year college. They encourage and build upon each other’s confidence.
Fall 2016 Parent Survey Results