Summit Point School is a character school for students with dyslexia or other language learning differences. Founded in 2017, Summit Point applies an intensive multi-sensory, evidence-based approach to teaching.
Academic director: Rebecca Elias
Year levels: Primary and intermediate school program for ages 6-13 years (or older)
Methodology: Intensive multi sensory, evidence-based learning approach
Enrolment: 40 students
Class size: Classes no larger than 12 students
Classroom student/teacher ratio: 12 to 1 plus one part-time support teacher per class
Daily tutoring student/teacher ratio: 5 to 1 in specialist reading, writing and maths groups
Faculty: 6 people
School hours: From 8.30am through to 3:15 pm
After school hours: Summit Point School does not offer any after-school programs
Latest ERO report: October 2017
Processes and procedures: Processes and procedures 2018
Registered charity number: CC51355
Fees: $14,000 for the 2018 academic year
Scholarships: We offer financial scholarships to students based on need. Up to 30% of our families may receive full or partial scholarships towards their children’s education. We recognise that an independent school education is a major investment and welcome further opportunities to help families meet the cost. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of a foundation (or company) who would be interested in our student sponsorship program.
Academic core subject areas: Language, arts, maths, science, social sciences, reading, spelling and writing
Specialist subject areas: Visual art, library, music, physical education, technology, school newspaper, school blogs, dance, drama, meditation
Daily exercise break: yoga, tumbling, running, cooperative games, walking, swimming
Team activities: soccer, cross country running, basketball, netball
Summit Point School is small, but not limited to our own facilities. We have local beaches and swimming pools, parks and libraries and we'll make use of these wonderful resources at every opportunity.