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Summit High School

Fontana, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades 9-12
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  • Enrollment: 2498

Overview

Summit High School
15551 Summit Avenue
Fontana, CA 92336
(909) 357-5950
Summit High School is located in Fontana, CA and serves grades 9-12.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Native American
0%
Pacific Islander
0%
Two or more races
1%
Filipino
3%
Asian
4%
White
8%
Black
9%
Hispanic
75%

Reviews15 Reviews

4.0
parent
ASB is great at getting kids involve. Teachers are easy to get a hold of either by way of email or in person. I see a lot of negative reviews on how students dress or how the school doesnt push the kids to learn.....well it is a public school which means that the teachers hands are tied, all they can do is teach the kids that want to learn and there's not much they can do if the parents do not want to get involve or push there kids to take harder classes such as A.P. or Honors. Thats the beauty of public school, we the parents along with our kids and teachers are responsible on what the future can be and not how much money you can raise for the school.......Again, Great school. I have walked around the campus as a parent visitor and I can tell you that the kids get along and very diverse group of students..I wish that all the parents would take the time to get to know the faculties, administrators, and get involve in the school instead of treating the schools as a day care......GO SKYHAWKS.
other
Both my brothers graduated from here, but there is too much violence here and I see girls walking around wearing bandeaus, and shorts so short they might as well wear underwear, rules really arent enforced. My brother alnost didnt graduate because they dont really care if u do bad or dont turn in work they just let you go on with life. My brother wasnt learing really well here. They really dont care which is the reason I decided to go to rancho it is great
other
This School isn't that great students don't show much respect towards each other.Rules are broken on a daily basis.To top it off they're facilities aren't all that good,They have good sports teams but sadly some don't have a field to actually play home games,I'm just saying the football team that wins a lot shouldn't have to share the field with A.B. Miller High School.
parent
Was worried about my child attending Summit based on information was reading and hearing. I have to say all of that has been false. The teachers here do utilize Zangle & return emails. My child-freshmen did state that it seems like rules are not enforced & that is sad when a student is saying this so that does worry-so I do wish that the Admin. team and security were on the ball with enforcing the rules. Dress code, hats and so forth.
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