Summit County offers a variety of educational opportunities for families and for those pursuing a college degree.
Public Schools K-12
Our public school is Summit School District and provides 6 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 1 high school as well as a small school option for middle & high school that works great for student athletes as well as students where a traditional school schedule is not ideal.
You can visit the Summit School District website at: where you can learn more about each school and their offerings.
From Dual Language programs to Outdoor Education to STEM and everything in between, Summit County Elementary Schools offer a vast array of educational experiences for young children:
Summit School District offers 2 different options for Middle School & High School.
And Snowy Peaks which offers an alternative option for :
Private School 6-12
The Peak School in Frisco is a private school offering a progressive, coeducation college preparatory middle and high school. They focus on personalized education, challenging academics, and character-building .
Home School K-12
Many families in Summit County also choose to home school. If this choice is right for you and your children, you can meet up with other families and find home-school resources at:
Summit County is home to 2 campuses for Colorado Mountain College. Offering Bachelor’s Degrees, Associate Degrees, and Certificates in several areas, Colorado Mountain College is a great choice for college students who want to live where they play.