From Donald McQuisten- our 64 year old graduate.!
“Don is very happy that he is getting a diploma. People have told him he would never get it done. He has told me that he has regretted quitting school and not finishing. He said that he couldn’t have done it without Summit’s help and support.”
From Pam Whetstone-
“Summit has been a blessing for us this year! With the kind of busy and dedicated life that Mimi leads, Summit’s curriculum has provided her with the structure, motivation, and accountability she needs to stay as focused & disciplined with her schoolwork, as she is with other areas of her life.
From Phyllis Orth-
“This is Nathan’s final report card. He has completed all his courses, worked hard, and ended early. He did very well on his ACT, (scored a 32), and his SAT, (1340 was his score). He is listed in Who’s Who Among American High School Students 2003-2004. He will be attending Carroll College in Waukesha, WI this fall. He received the Carroll Trustee Scholarship, and Garfield/Kennan History Scholarship.
We are very pleased with how Nathan has matured, how hard he has worked, and what he has accomplished. We wish to thank you for your service to our home school. The need for transcripts and a credited diploma are truly priceless….
From Mary Batson-
“I hope you can use this in your newsletter or from some encouragement to someone.
Summit has been a really good thing for us. This is our second time graduating a student with you, and though we had been using another Christian curriculum, John remembered what Summit had been like for Holly (’97) and requested that he do his last two years of high school from Summit also. Here’s why it was an answer to a real need in our situation: John is a quick learner, and has a strong need to be active and moving, like most 17 yr.olds. Using your curriculum gave him more independence and self- responsibility that he would have had otherwise, because the format is so easily understood. The lifepacs gave him a sense of achievement as he “knocked them off” one by one, until he was up to the tenth, the review lifepac. Summit was so helpful in giving us guidelines to be able to utilize the time he was already putting into community service as a volunteer fireman, as well as working some in his Dad’s fishing business and the town hardware store. It was great being able to use his activity in the youth symphony and music lessons as a high school credit.
For me, the clarity of the directions given regarding high school requirements was great. But the best part, truly, was whenever I needed to call, there was a LIVE person on the other end, kind and helpful and reassuring, no matter what. I never waited long for a call back whenever I missed Sharon or had to leave a message.
You all have been great. We praise God for the Christian folks He has given to minister for Him in the way you have.