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Resources and Information

AP & Honors Appeal Form

Appeals for AP & Honors classes for the 2019-2020 school year will be due March 23, 2019.

AP Exam Registration

All students enrolled in an AP course are required to take the corresponding AP exam administered in May.

This letter was sent home to all students enrolled in AP courses that outlines the registration process for AP Exams.

1st Week

Morning 8 am

Afternoon 12 pm


May 6, 2019

US Government
& Politics

Environmental Science


May 7, 2019

Spanish Language
& Culture
Physics 1: Algebra-


May 8, 2019

English Literature & Composition
European History

French Language & Culture


May 9, 2019


Spanish Literature
& Culture


May 10, 2019

United States History
Computer Science Principles

Physics 2: Algebra-Based

2nd Week



May 13, 2019

12pm: Physics C: Mechanics
2pm: Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism


May 14, 2019

Calculus AB

Calculus BC


May 15, 2019

English Language & Composition


May 16, 2019

World History


May 17, 2019

Music Theory
Computer Science A

athletic hall of fame


The Summit Boosters Association is comprised of parents and student athletes and members of the community.  Through Boosters fundraising and profits from the sale of merchandise, the Boosters raise money to enhance the athletic programs at Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School and Summit High School.


Meeting Dates



Counseling Office Information

Please check the Counseling website for information about events being held during the 2018-2019 school year, counselor contact information, and other school counseling resources.

SHS Profile

Counselor Assignments 2018-2019

daily schedule information


Summit High School's graduation is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 6pm at Investors Bank Field at Tatlock Park. 

In the case of inclement weather, a decision will be made on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 if the location of the graduation ceremony will need to be changed.  All notifications will go out through Honeywell, on the school and district website, and to all students via their school e-mail accounts.

A packet of information was sent home to all students in the Class of 2019 that included information about the Summit High School Graduation.  The packet information including the following documents:


Handbook/Code of Conduct

health letters

help centers


Math Help Center

Room 109

Writing Help Center

Upstairs Senior Lounge

Science Help Center

Outside Cafeteria

Period 1

Ms. Adair Ms. Garcia

Mr. Shipley (Biology)

Mr. Morman (Physics)

Period 2 Mr. Dattola Ms. Jean-Louis

Mr. Koppenaal (E days - Physics)

Ms. Stelmach (A,D days - Chemistry)

Ms. Terhune (A,B,D days - Biology)

Ms. Ponzio (Chemistry)

Period 3 Mr. Sink Ms. Kormeluk

Ms. Baskerville (Physics)

Mr. Shipley (E days - Biology)

Ms. Bremert (A,B,C days -Biology/Env. Science)



Ms. Bender Ms. Weisgerber

Ms. Mansfield/Ms.Petruzzella (Biology)

Mr. O'Dowd  (Physics/Chemistry)

Period 5 Ms. Lyle Mr. Magdalenski

Ms. Lee (B,C,D days - Chemistry/Physics)

Ms. Vitale  (B,C,D days - Biology)

Period 6

Ms. Mongno Ms. McCauley

Ms. Barreto (A,C,D days - Envir. Science/Biology)

Ms. Friedman (A,C,D days - Chemistry)

Mr. Koppenaal (Physics)

Period 7 Mr. Fontes Ms. Itriyeva

Ms. Barreto (A,B,E days - Envir. Science/Biology)

Ms. Retotar (Physics)

Ms. Vitale (A,D days - Biology)

Period 8 Mr. Baragona Ms. Ingram

Ms. Terhune (B,C days - Biology)

Ms. Stelmach (Chemistry)

Ms. Wolkiser (Physics)



midterm/final exam information

Final Exam Schedule 2018-2019

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Period 7 -  8:00am - 10:00am

Period 8 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Period 5 - 8:00am - 10:00am

Period 6 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Friday, June 14, 2019

Period 3 - 8:00am - 10:00am

Period 4 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Monday, June 17, 2019

Period 1 - 8:00am - 10:00am

Period 2 - 10:30am - 12:30pm

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Last Day of School for Students

Single Session Schedule - 12:06pm Dismissal

Make-Up Exam Day


Requests to reschedule final exam must be submitted on this form to Mrs. Grimaldi by Friday, June 7, 2019.  

njsla test information (former parcc)

All students in the State of New Jersey are required to meet  testing graduation requirements that are outlined by the New Jersey Department of Education.  Please visit the NJDOE's website for information regarding the testing requirements.

During the 2018-2019 school year, SHS will be testing on the following dates:

English Language Arts: April 9, 10, and 11

Mathematics:  April 24 and 25

The school schedule for the testing weeks can be found here.

This letter from Director of Education, Jennifer McCann, explains the testing requirements for high school students.

Please see these FAQ's regarding the testing.


parking and traffic

Below are some reminders when driving in and around Summit High School:

1) Do not drop students off in the middle of a road or drive. 
2) Have students exit the car on the sidewalk side to avoid stepping into traffic. 
3) Have students cross streets by a crossing guard or police officer. 
4) Do not make K-turns or U-turns in driveways on Kent Place Boulevard. 
5) When pulling into the school drive, pull forward as far as possible before drop off. 
6) Arrive early, the building is open before 7 am each day. 
7) Instruction begins promptly at 7:45 am, please arrive by 7:35 am at the latest. 





PE Independent Study

The Summit Board of Education recognizes the value of physical activity in the development and maintenance of sound physical and mental health.  The Board of Education also recognizes that many of our students maintain an active lifestyle through athletics.  These athletes often train many hours each week.  Therefore, any sophomore, junior, or senior student who participates in a Summit High School athletic program or in an approved outside athletic activity may apply to take a Physical Education Independent Study for up to three marking periods.  

The deadline to apply for PE Independent Study for Spring 2019 is Thursday, March 7, 2019.  Both parts of the application must be submitted by the student by this deadline. Late applications will not be accepted.

Part 1:  Online Application (link was emailed to all students)

Part 2:  Student, Parent, and Coach Sign Off


Students should click on the appropriate link below to submit their weekly log and journal.  Please be reminded that logs and journals must be submitted on Mondays weekly.


Teacher Name Link to Log and Journal Entry
Ms. Bohan Bohan PE Exemption
Ms. Cataldi/Gibson Gibson PE Exemption
Mr. Erickson Erickson PE Exemption
Mr. Field Field PE Exemption
Ms. Fogarty Fogarty PE Exemption
Mr. Liberato Liberato PE Exemption
Mr. Sandor Sandor PE Exemption
Mr. Siracusa Siracusa PE Exemption



photo information for students

All students will get their photo taken during PE classes on Friday, September 7th, Tuesday, September 11th, or Wednesday, September 12th.  Any orders must be submitted to the photographers on the day the students take their pictures.  A letter describing the process was mailed home during the summer along with an order form.

PTO Letters

The vision of the Summit High School PTO is to enrich our school community by connecting through inclusive programs and authentic dialogue.  They will accomplish this by fostering friendly and welcoming engagement, collaborative and responsible partnerships, and transparency in their communications.  The Summit High School PTO has its own website, https://summitshspto.com

PTO Information

PTO Volunteer Form

PTO Calendar


Summit Performing Arts Resource Committee (SPARC) promotes the performing arts, recognizes student achievements, and continuously enriches programs and productions through advocacy, financial support, and education initiatives in all the Summit Public Schools.

SPARC Website


Senior Internship Program

Senior Picnic

Each Fall the Senior class hosts a senior picnic to kick off the school year. Information about this year's senior picnic can be found here

Summit Education Foundation (SEF)

The Summit Educational Foundation (SEF) provides funding for essential and innovative programs that support the district’s effort to maintain the highest standards of education for our children.

SEF Information

SEF Projects


virtual high school

Thanks to an SEF Grant, Summit High School is once again able to offer students the opportunity to take online courses that are not offered at Summit High School.  Information about this program can be found here.  Interested students must submit an application by December 3, 2018.