Summit High School
Back row: Sandy Schmidt, Karen Luke, Garrett Nyman, Andy Fleming, Karen Young, Sondee Low-Johnson
Front row: Carla Gomez, Pam Orton, Alyssa Lopez, Kady Stafford, Amy Micheletti
We welcome all students and parents to seek assistance from our counseling office when they are in need of help. Our staff can offer assistance with social, emotional, behavioral or academic issues. Parents, please make an appointment if you need to see a counselor. Call or email your student's counselor to make an appointment.
Students: Use the sign-up system found in the Counseling Center to make your own counseling appointment. Parents cannot make appointments on behalf of their student.
Parents: Please contact your student's counselor to make an appointment.
Click here for information about our AP Program.
Welcome to Summit High School! Prior to contacting the counseling office, please complete the enrollment process HERE. Once completed, please bring, mail, email or fax the following items to the counseling office:
* Proof of current address
* Transcript or grade report from previous school
* Immunization records
* Birth certificate
Please call our counseling secretary, Amy Micheletti to set up a new student appointment with their counselor. She can be reached via phone at 541-355-4201, via email at [email protected], and via fax at 541-355-4210.Please bring a completed Course Selection Sheet with you to your new student appointment. At that time your counselor will review your transcript from your last school and your completed Course Selection Sheet to ensure you're on track to complete all the credits needed to graduate.
AND if you'd like a few extra tips on choosing your classes for next year, check out these forecasting tips here:
We're excited to have you at Summit!
If you are coming from a private or charter school you will need to enroll with us. Here is the link to the enrollment process.
This year we have a Curriculum Guide designed just for freshmen and our counselors will have a copy for you when they visit your school. If you'd like to look it over ahead of time you can download that and a forecasting sheet here:
Our district uses Parchment.com for all transcript requests. If you are a current student and haven't set up your Parchment account you should do that today! Check your school email for an email from Parchment with your Registration Code. Here are additional instructions. This is a helpful video from Parchment. To go right to Summit's Parchment page, click here.
We provide transcripts to colleges, universities, trade schools and employers through PARCHMENT.COM for current and former students. You can also order a transcript to be sent to yourself. Please go to our Contact Us page to order your transcript.
Senior Timeline is COMING SOON!
The Smarter Balanced Assessment is given to Juniors and takes an average of 8 hours for each test (math and reading/writing). The State of Oregon allows parents to opt out their students from this test and we will accept opt out forms until June 1st.
PSAT is Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 at Summit High School. This is the only PSAT test date Summit is offering. Please arrive at the main gym by 8:30AM. Testing starts promptly at 8:45AM.
PSAT SIGN-UP INFORMATION:
Summit students, sign-up for the 2019 PSAT is now open online at https://touchbase.bend.k12.or.us
There are a limited number of spots available due to space limitations (270 tests) so sign-up early. Current Summit juniors will have 1st priority signups.
Summit juniors can sign up beginning Friday, September 13th.
Summit sophomores can sign up if tests are still available beginning Friday, September 27th.
Students not attending Summit can sign up if tests are still available beginning Friday, October 4th.
Sign-ups end at 3:00PM on Friday, Oct. 11th. This is an OBSERVED DEADLINE.
To sign-up for the PSAT:
Step 1 - Pay $25 online at https://touchbase.bend.k12.or.us
There are no refunds.
For Parents: User Name is Student ID Number; Password is Student’s Last Name – Password is case sensitive
For NON-Parents (Guest Users) – Please create an account (on the website)
Step 2 - After payment is made, take your receipt to Amy Micheletti, Counseling Secretary, and receive the PSAT Student Guide that includes a practice test.
Who takes the PSAT? The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) is recommended for all college bound juniors who have a 3.0 GPA and who have completed or are currently enrolled in Geometry/Algebra 2. That being said, any student can certainly take the PSAT. This is the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test for juniors. Sophomores can also take the PSAT to prepare for standardized tests. Sophomores: please be advised that it's best to have completed Geometry/Algebra 2 BEFORE taking the PSAT.
Want to prepare for the PSAT/SAT?
The CollegeBoard and Khan Academy offer free SAT online prep at:
Please feel free to contact Reno Holler, assistant principal and PSAT test coordinator, if you have any questions.
Deschutes County - Department of Health offers resources for those needing mental health support:
Monday to Friday
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or by appointment
Amy Micheletti, Counseling Secretary and Registrar
Karen Young, Transcripts and Data/Curriculum Secretary
Sondee Johnson, School-to-Career Program Manager
Visit the Careers & College site
Sandy Schmidt, FAN Advocate
Office hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and Wednesday from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Pam Orton, School Nurse
If you have questions about College Visits, Careers and your future, please visit our Careers and College page.