My Son loves it here. He's never had a problem with bullies and has plenty of friends - even though he's a bit geeky. He's liked most of his teachers. The administration seems attentive to concerns and the classes (The Honor's classes, at least) are pretty challenging. If numerous kids are having to stay after to get help with studies, I think that speaks to the challenging nature of the classes and the willingness of the staff to help the students learn. I don't find any of the rules oppressive, and neither does my son, apparently - as I don't hear any complaints. A good school, in my opinion.
We haven't experienced any bullying here. I know several other parents with students at Summit, and as far as I know, none of their kids have experienced bullying either. Obviously, I can't say it never happens, but I've never heard about it happening.
Hi. I am a Summit middle school student. There is a lot of problems with bulling. The skills of teachers are good. But the adults at this school does not help with bulling. If you want your child to be happy than go to a different school