Summit High School
Summit HS offers 21 AP classes: AP Art History, AP Art Studio (2-D, 3-D), AP Biology, AP Calculus (AB, BC), AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science, AP French, AP Human Geography, AP Language & Composition, AP Literature & Composition, AP Physics 1 & 2, AP Psychology, AP Seminar 10 & 11/12, AP Spanish, AP Statistics, AP World History, AP US History and AP US Government & Politics.
Our student results have been improving over the last 3 years and out of 885 exams given in 2015, our overall pass rate was 74 percent. We have 155 AP Scholars, 40 AP Scholars with Honor and 40 Scholars with Distinction.
In addition to our AP Program, we have a robust STEM program that includes Project Lead The Way Biomedicine and Engineering. To complement these programs, we have a CTE Manufacturing Tech Program of Study and are beginning a Computer Science sequence.
Our Arts, Theater and Music programs regularly earn awards and recognition for excellence. With three theater productions a year and state and regional competitions, our drama students are involved in multiple areas of performance. Our music program excels in Band, Choir and Orchestra, with Band regularly competing at state levels. Students participating in our visual arts program have earned over 40 regional art awards and gone on to national competition. Americana, a song writing class, produces award-winning student songwriters and performers. Summit is home to two award-winning publications: our annual Yearbook and our student newspaper, The Pinnacle. These are student-produced graphic and journalism focused publications that have won state, regional and national awards.
When Bend-La Pine Schools students graduate, they should come equipped to do the following:
Applied, Performing and Visual Arts
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