FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What makes an education at Summit unique?
Summit Christian Academy’s uniqueness centers on our commitment to combine academic excellence with Christian education. Dr. Roy W. Lowrie, Jr. said, “No child should incur an academic penalty to get a Christian education.” Our school was founded by teachers and parents that have experienced and taught in both the public and private school environment. We seek to implement the best of each experience in order to create a holistic education with a Christ-centered focus.
Do I have to attend church for my child to attend?
What is the value of Christian education?
How many students are in each class?
We are committed to providing an excellent education with a Christ-centered focus. This time of preparation has allowed our team to create innovative methods of learning. Collectively, we have decided to set a 12 student per classroom capacity to first and foremost create a desirable studentteacher ratio, and secondly, to allow for safe social distancing recommendations.
What grades does Summit offer?
Summit Christian Academy is proud to offer Preschool-5th Grade.
What are the school hours?
All full-time students meet from 8:50-3:20 Monday-Friday.
Is there a Before and After School Care program?
Yes, we offer Before and After School Care.
Is there a school uniform?
Students in Kindergarten-5th Grade are required to wear school uniform Monday-Friday.
How does a student's faith grow at Summit?
What curriculum does Summit follow?
Can we donate to Summit?
We are committed to making a difference in our community! Your financial gift is greatly appreciated. To learn more, visit: https://www.summitchristianalaska.com/give
Does Summit offer Specials?
Yes! We offer weekly Summit Specials: Library, Art, Music, P.E., and Spanish (Grades 1-3).