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Summit Charter School
Jackson County educators are reviewing the grades their schools received on the most recent round of North Carolina’s School Report Cards.
For the second year in a row, Summit Charter School students’ hard work of spending their summer selling lemonade has paid off.
The Highlands Hurricanes recently commemorated a successful season and presented awards to its top players.
Students at Summit Charter School will welcome the new school year alongside a crew of fresh faces, as enrollment has reached an all-time high for the school’s 19-year history.
Summit Charter School’s “lemon-aid” stand is looking to build on the success of one student’s entrepreneurial spirit after last year’s fundraiser brought in more than $100,000 for the school.
The Summit Charter School community gathered last Friday for their annual talent show, featuring children of all ages performing for friends and family.