We've reached the end of the school year, and although it ended differently, many things remain the same:
— Students and instructors continue to be blessed by interactions and learning experiences of this past year.
— Our commitment to your family remains steadfast.
— Most importantly, Jesus, our solid Rock, remains unshakeable!
The following message is from Summit Academy director, Jill Butcher...
In an effort to extend educational opportunities, Summit Academy Monroe SA Prep campus will offer a core set of 2nd/3rd grade morning classes with elective options in the afternoon for the 2020-21 school year!
Site Director, Erin Duke, reports that these new classes will be taught by some great Summit Academy elementary instructors.
Valentine Grams are here — buy one for your child, or let them buy for instructors, friends, relatives... everyone loves these notes of appreciation attached to a fun gift!
This spring, yearbook students are offering three incredible Valentine Grams to help fundraise for yearbook expenses: "BFFs," "So Sweet," and "Be Mine."
What is included in these amazing bundles of love?
Loganville K-12 and Summit T-38 campus students are collecting Christmas blessings this season for two very special groups.
Spreading news of great joy, middle school/ high school students at the Thursday Loganville location are gathering various gifts to fill shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
Tuesday's Summit T-38 and elementary grades at Thursday's Loganville campus are collecting items to fill Blessings Bags for US veterans at the Northeast Georgia Homeless Veterans Shelter.
Read this full article to see suggested gift items you can bring to donate to these worthy charities...
Send a personal message and a fun bundle of goodies to your child, delivered during Summit Academy class times!
Family Night: an opportunity for students to perform skills and display accomplishments while family and friends applaud their efforts of several months of learning!
"That's so cool!"
I've heard it many times from people who have seen me sign.
But learning American Sign Language (ASL) isn't just about doing something "cool." Learning ASL can open the door to a whole new world of friends and interesting people!
My name is Michelle Mills. I learned to sign in high school when I made a deaf friend. She came to my house; as we would hang out, I learned ASL. It was an awesome experience!
Some books are full of delicate morsels of delightful words.
Some books are a little more “meaty” than others.
Some are a little dry, some a little funny, and others may even taste a little sad.
But no matter what your preferred taste, there will be a buffet of delicious books in Language Arts Fundamentals at the Monroe SA Prep campus!
High school math is hard.
And trying to teach your own child algebra when you barely remember 9th grade is even harder.
Let’s not discuss geometry or trigonometry.
What is calculus again?
But SA Prep in Monroe is equipped to handle this problem. We brought in a professional. Thank goodness!
Are you considering homeschooling your child during the high school years?
Do you wonder about what classes to take, how to keep good records, accreditation, transcripts and college?
You are not alone!
Join us for an hour for encouragement and information that will help you as you approach and navigate homeschooling through high school.
Some of the topics we'll cover include: