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  • Seniors: Race to the Finish Line

    Forms to the Finish Line

    Each Senior has to complete an Event Liability Waiver, and a  Participant Release of Liability form and return them Monday June 1, 2020 between the hours of 10:00 to 12:00 pm in the Administration building. The forms are needed for you and your guests to attend your graduation ceremony on June 2, 2020, at the Californa Speedway in Fontana! Please print the completed forms and return them to Summit during the dates and times provided in this message. If you do not have a printer you will be able to print the forms here at school, make sure you have them filled out completely before you arrive. Also, please complete the Race to the Finish Line form below. Finally, please read the "FUSD Graduation 2020 Guidelines" for important information you need to know for the graduation ceremony.   If you have questions, (Click here to email Mr. Cerda). Stay safe and we will see you Thursday and Friday! 

    Sincerely, Summit Administration 

    (Click Here) to read the FUSD Graduation 2020 Guidelines

    (Click Here) For Graduation Day California Speedway Guidelines

    (Click Here) for the Event Waiver Form

    (Click Here) for the Participant Release of Liability Form

    (Click Here) Race to the Finish Line Form

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  • Late Summer School Enrollment 2020- 2021 for 10th, 11th, and 12th grades 

    Summer School Dates are June 3 - June 25 and July 1 - July 24

    Summer school for 10, 11, and 12th-grade students for the 2020 - 2021 school year is now open! Register by clicking here:

    Late Summer School Registration (Click Here)

    Parents, please read COVID-19 and Summer School (Click Here)

    Parents, please read COVID-19 and Summer School - Espanol (Click Here)

    Summer School

    Incoming 9th-grade Summer School Registration is now Closed!

    Any questions about 9th-grade summer school, please email Jennifer Karpinski at

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  • Attention 2020 Seniors and Transcript Requests



    You are REQUIRED to complete a FINAL TRANSCRIPT RELEASE REQUEST in order for your transcript to be sent to the college you will be attending in the Fall. 

    Final transcripts will not be mailed until after 6/14/20.  There is a process that has to occur before the transcripts are ready to mail.  If the process is completed prior to the 14th, the transcript will be sent sooner.  Please DO NOT request your transcript to be mailed more than one time.  The colleges only need one copy and if you request more than one copy it slows down the whole process.  Remember the colleges are receiving hundreds of transcripts during this time.

    Also, be aware that no final transcripts will be mailed to your residence.  Colleges ONLY!

    Thank you.


    Please write out a note requesting me to send your transcript.  Make sure you include your name, Student ID#, the date, and the name and complete address of the college/university where you need the transcript sent.  Then SIGN THE NOTE, place your picture ID next to the note, and take a picture with your phone.  Email the picture to

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  • Important News Regarding Work Permits


    Work Permit

    The Fontana Unified School District will issue work permits electronically. You are encouraged to follow the Work Permit Procedures. Click here for the Work Permit guidelines:
    You may also use this email address: if you have any questions.
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  • ASB Events Refund Request Form


    Below is the link to request refunds from ASB events for the remainder of the school year.

    Click here for Refund Form

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  • Summit H.S. Is now an A.P. Capstone School


    AP Capstone school


    We are excited to announce that next year Summit will be an AP Capstone school! AP Capstone is a diploma program based on two yearlong AP courses: AP Seminar and AP Research. These courses are designed to complement other AP courses that the AP Capstone student may take.

    Instead of teaching specific subject knowledge, AP Seminar and AP Research use an interdisciplinary approach to develop the critical thinking, research, collaboration, time management, and presentation skills students need for college-level work.

    The College Board developed the AP Capstone Diploma program at the request of higher education professionals, who saw a need for a systematic way for high school students to begin mastering these skills before college.

    For more information regarding Summit's new AP Diploma Program, please see Mrs. Tedder in the Library room L6.

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  • Summit High School Mid Cycle WASC Report 2019 - 2020

    WASC Action Plan click here

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