Elementary Cheer is open to PreK-5th grade students. The club meets after school in the fall to learn cheers that a performed at the high school 6-man football games alongside varsity cheerleaders.
The Ukulele Club gives 5th grade students the opportunity to take what they have learned about the ukulele in their music special and expand their abilities to play the instrument. Music teacher Paris Woolsey leads the club, teaching technique and song.
Makers Club is for 6th – 12th grade students interested in using technology and engineering to create projects. Students learn from Paul Austin, retired chief architect at NI and engineer of Lego Mindstorms in this hands on club. Projects include those that incorporate: Raspberry Pi, microbits, 3D printing, electronic circuits and robotics. The club usually meets two Saturday mornings a month. Parents are welcome to attend and assist.
National Honor Society & Junior National Honor Society
Summit maintains a NHS and JNHS chapter. Students who meet the academic and character standards of NHS and JNHS commit to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. As such, these students plan, implement, and participate in on campus and off campus service.
The media club meets regularly at lunch time to plan and produce a weekly secondary news broadcast. Journalism, production and management skills are developed and exercised in this club is advised by math and science teacher Melissa Tapperson.
Students participate in yearbook by helping with the book theme, photography of events, gathering information on classes and their activities, and engaging in page layout. Art teacher Ben Congdon serves as the advisor.
Impact Student Council
Impact Student Council is open to high school students who desire to lead and serve the Summit school community. Those on the council work closely with Impact Program Director Ginger Lambert to plan and lead school events such as See You At The Flag Pole, chapel, school spirit events, and the like.