Enjoy the Small-City Life
In Summit, NJ
Summit has it all: space, convenience, great schools, and plenty to do. This city with a small-town feel has everything you need to feel right at home, but what makes it a great place to live is its community-centered way of life.
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Summit High School
CLASSIFICATION Public (Grades 9-12)
STUDENT POPULATION 1,192
Summit High School is one reason that residents made the move to this New Jersey suburb. Currently ranked #18 on NJ Monthly's list of the top high schools, it offers 19 AP courses, 14 honors courses, 30 varsity sports teams, and over 40 extracurricular activities.View Listings Near SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL
Attractions & Activities
Historic Summit Diner
Though the Mall at Short Hills is nearby, you don't want to miss the local favorites: Huntley Taverne, Roots Steakhouse, Fiorino, and the historic Summit Diner.
The heart of the city is a picture-perfect place to shop. Explore a variety of boutiques and national retailers in Downtown Summit along Springfield Avenue.
The Carter House
Summit's Carter House is one of the oldest buildings in the community, dating back to the 1700s, and is the home of the Summit Historical Society. Make sure to take a tour!
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Summit Aquatic Center
Join your friends and neighbors for summer fun at the community pool. Summit's aquatic center offers a variety of programs — including kayak lessons and the Summit Sharks swim team — and a main swimming pool with a dive tank and water slide.
Watch or participate in the productions put on by local residents at The Summit Playhouse. Established in 1918, The Summit Playhouse is the oldest community theater in New Jersey and resides in a historic building on New England Avenue.