to celebrate 10th anniversary
Mark your calendars now! Sunday, April 22nd, beginning at 1:00 pm, Summit Academy is inviting you to come celebrate its 10th anniversary!
A special afternoon/evening event is being planned as a time for families to join together to thank God for His countless blessings and share special memories. This joyous event will include a potluck dinner; pork will be provided by the school, and entertainment for the young and old with a few surprises. It will be held on the campus of Summit Academy. We look forward to seeing you all there.
It is amazing to look back ten years ago to a dream of a few families in the area. Now, ten years later, the huge amount of planning, dedication, work, talents, time, commitment,
dollars, blessings, etc. has resulted in the fruits of Summit Academy. From 14 students to 92, from 1 teacher to 14 staff, from 6 families to 35, from a basement to 40 acres, and the list goes on. This event is to be a time of great thanksgiving!
To all of you who played a part in making this happen and to any of you who would like to help us celebrate this milestone, our 10th year anniversary, please plan on joining us April 22nd. God bless you.
Summit takes third at Academic Bowl
Short four members once again for a full squad of twelve, six to a team, Summit Academy managed to eke out a third place finish to further solidify their fourth place spot in the Central Idaho Academic Bowl League, hosted Monday by Kamiah.
The four-member team of Jacob Uhlenkott, Alyssa Frei, Joseph Lustig, and Josh Frei had one of Summit's higher scores for the year, finishing second in the 23 team event with a score of 325 points, only 25 points behind Grangeville's number one team which finished first with 350. Amber Nuxoll, Zach Frei, Chase Nuxoll, and Dustin Lustig also stayed with the top finishers most of the night, but dropped a 35 point wager in round 1 to fall back a bit, but still finished in the middle of the pack with a very good score of 195. The two-team school score of 520 was good for the eight league points given for a third place finish, edged out by Nezperce's 535 which earned them the second place finish for the evening.
Standings for the nine-school league show Grangeville safely in first place with a point total of 69, Orofino second with 53, Nezperce with 52, and Summit fourth with 48. Orofino lost a bit of ground Monday, as they finished fourth for the evening, and CV which had been moving up had to settle for a fifth place finish, their season total of 42 securing their position there with Prairie, Timberline, Kamiah, and Highland finishing out the league standings.
Final action for the high school portion of the league is at Summit in May, while the junior high division finishes their year Monday night, April 16, at Nezperce.