The typical student we consider for Summit Preparatory School is experiencing difficulties with school, family, and often peers. Generally, this is a teen (ages 14-18) who has done well in the past, and whose family has watched him or her struggle more and more with life demands, despite the obvious potential for meeting these expectations. Often, the student has had little success in individual therapy, and may display a growing uncomfortable acceptance of “failing” in academic and emotional struggles.
"Just a note of thanks for guiding us through the admissions process in choosing Summit. The Summit program was a perfect fit for our daughter. You were a calming, rational, reassuring voice in our selection process. The description of the program and the school was accurate and did not over promise."
"You and your colleagues at Summit do an incredible job and in the case of my daughter, you made all the difference for her. You have my deepest gratitude and I wish you well."
Christine Hurst, MA, LCPC
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