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Accreditation

 Summit View was awarded a full six-year term of accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in 2014. Summit View has been a WASC accredited school since 2002.

Summit View School is also certified as a non public school by the California Department of Education. 

 

EXPECTED SCHOOL-WIDE LEARNING RESULTS

By graduation, Summit View students will be

Self-reliant learners who:

  • Understand and articulate their unique profile of affinities, strengths, and deficits
  • Recognize their learning styles
  • Successfully utilize accommodations and compensations available in the community, workplace, and educational institutions
  • Apply personal advocacy skills

 Literate learners who:

  • Develop proficiency in reading
  • Apply a range of mathematical strategies, tools, and principles to develop solutions to problems
  • Write effectively for self-expression, persuasion, and demonstration of understanding of information and research
  • Acquire a body of knowledge based on the California Framework and National Standards 

Productive citizens of society who:

  • Appreciate cultural and individual diversity and adapt to change
  • Employ collaborative problem solving and conflict resolution skills
  • Have actively served in community and/or school service organizations and projects
  • Assume responsibility for actions
  • Show respect for others, for community, and for environment

Technologically proficient individuals who:

  • Use a variety of existing technologies competently
  • Learn and adapt successfully to emerging technologies
  • Access information from a variety of sources

Effective planners who:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of work exploration and application processes
  • Are aware of post-secondary education and training opportunities including colleges and technical schools
  • Have developed an education and training pathway plan

 
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