Summitt Elementary School in far north Austin serves more than 800 students who represent a diverse population, with more than 20 languages spoken in students’ homes. Summitt offer a Vietnamese Dual Language Program and participates in a German exchange program with Koblenz, Germany. Interacting with students globally and learning about different cultures prepares students as world citizens and leaders.
Summitt is part of the Anderson family of schools, which focuses on world languages and cultures. First- through fifth-graders are exposed to Spanish, German, French and Latin at each grade level as part of the school’s focus on world cultures.
In addition to a rich basic curriculum, the school offers a variety of enrichment activities, including a robotics program with National Instrument employees serving as mentors.
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Source: Texas Education Agency