Summit View School


Learning comes alive at Summit View through classroom and small group instruction in a stimulating and motivating environment.

Summit View School is a place where students with learning differences excel. We strive to recognize the unique strengths, aptitudes, and natural gifts of each student, and offer them a program that fosters academic growth, creativity, and a sense of mastery and accomplishment. At Summit View, we educate young people with learning differences who possess average to superior intellectual capabilities. Our students graduate, not only prepared academically, but with self-confidence, and the ability to contribute and thrive.

Most Summit View students are college bound and we have had tremendous success, placing over 97% of them in colleges and universities around the country. Our upper school college preparatory courses meetUniversityofCaliforniaandCaliforniaStateUniversityadmissions requirements.

SummitViewSchooloffers comprehensive elementary, middle, and secondary school programs to students with learning disabilities. With small class sizes of twelve to fourteen students, we follow the scope and sequence of classes mandated by the California Department of Education.

Summit View has two state-of-the-art campuses in Valley Glen andCulver City. Each school has computer labs, science labs, a library resource center, and athletic facilities. Students have access to cutting-edge technology, including SmartBoards, iPads, portable workstations, word processing keyboards, text-to-speech, and concept-mapping software. Summit View has a thriving sports program and is a member of the California Interscholastic Federation.

Summit View West is located at12101 W. Washington Blvd.inLos Angeles. They can be reached by phone, (310) 751-1100, or fax, (310) 397-4417.

SummitViewValleyis located at6455 Coldwater Canyon Valley Glen. They can be reached by phone, (818) 623-6300, or fax, (818) 623-6390.

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