"A graduate with that kind of grammar?! Its our first year at this school. I hope it will be a good experience."
"I have three children going to this school.They're in 10th,9th and 7th. This school year 2014-2015 will be our fourth year here.The 1st year was tough.They complained a lot,But we sticked with it, my children love their school now.honestly we made a good choice it was either this school or sending them to Workman Jr or Sam Houston high. The school is not perfect,no school is.Disorganized sometimes,yes,but the intentions are good.Teachers :They're dedicated, example Mrs Brown 7 th very motivated!(I hope they pay her good!).They're opinionated, I disagreed with them sometimes and I will tell my children differently.we as parents instill values in our children not the school.everybody have different sets of values. The rest of the stuff like carlines, PTA or nothing to do with academic performances are irrelevant ways to rate the school. bottom line we send our kids to this school because we care about their future.If you're looking for all kind of attentions for your children go to private schools.this is a charter school closely resemble private school but tuition free and publicly funded,therefore the are some imperfections like any other schools.I highly recommend this school."
"I transfer school three times during my high school career. This school is my last stop. There are many reasons behind this. First, the education that is provided to the students are superb. Before coming to this school, I barely know how to write and the teacher taught me how during his spare time. At a regular public school of some sort, spare times for teacher would be at home or going shopping. Second, I was able to create a bond with my classmates. Our class had barely 30 students so getting to know them and their life was not that hard. Lastly, the connection with the teachers. I texted my teacher about a clownfish, class, and colleges, he was gladly to respond in about ten minutes even late at night. At other schools, teacher usually don't give out their numbers for purposes but at this school it was different. Due to these facts I have fallen in love with this school and decided to settle down. I am now a graduate of Summit and will never forget the memories [both fun and sad] that it have given me. Please ignore the claims about carline, PTA, and other non-education related claims, we don't go for school for those things, we come to school to gain an education. Dos."
"Commitment from teachers and staff to the education portion of School Life is amazing. The Road to College focus threads through all grades and field trips to colleges began this year, in our son's sixth grade year and our first year here. Communication outside that of directly with teachers, for lack if a better word, sucks. Parents are not spoonfed info and have to be resourceful. This is unfortunate, but considering the quality of education he is receiving, a burden I will muddle through. Sports programming is awful. They are moving from A to AAAA this coming year and given out experiences with sixth grade, I expect it will be a mess. Our son is an intense athlete, but that's not what we care about. We will peruse club sports to fill in the gap. Homework is intense, but he found a groove and achieved A/B honor roll the entire year. The new component of school, when constrasted to mainstream education, is that teachers are passionate about their subjects and seek out ways to transfer this passion to their students."
"My school is Summit International Preparatory school. I feel it is an excellent school because my son has made tremendous progress since he started at Summit. He had speech and comprehension problems when the school year started. Now, he is speaking clearly and his comprehension is so much better. I owe it all to the work his kindergarten teacher Mrs. Ray and I have done as a team to get him to this point. All schools have their challenges (carline, PTA, etc.), but if that is your only problem with the school, then you really don't have any "problems". Academics are the most important thing."