Summit Technology Academy
STA is no longer accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year.
Typical timeline for STA applicants:
Mid/Late November – application is open to receive applicants.
Mid February- Priority deadline – applicants who apply by this date can expect to learn of their status as a prospective STA student according to the timeline below.
Mid-March- Approved student lists will be share with school counselors. Your counselor may or may not be able to provide you with your status as a prospective STA student at this time, as determined by individual school policies.
Late March – Public School Students who have been approved to attend STA by both STA AND THE SENDING SCHOOL will receive an acceptance letter sometime in mid-late March.
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Summit Technology Application Process
- Review the important information at the right to learn about the process.
- Select the links below to review the steps appropriate for you:
- Public High School Student including Lee’s Summit and any other public sending school in the MIC Network of Schools
- Private/Home School Student.
- After reviewing this information carefully, complete the application – Apply Now
Note: **Sending Schools are any public schools outside the Lee’s Summit School District who are part of the MIC Network of Schools.
For additional help, see your guidance counselor at your home high school or call STA at 986-3410.
This application may be completed using any browser
This application may be completed using a mobile device
*The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District policy prohibits “all unlawful discrimination, including harassment creating a hostile environment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age or use of leave protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act, in its programs, activities and with regard to employment.” Accordingly, no information concerning race, ethnicity or sex that is requested during enrollment will be used to classify, segregate or otherwise deny any student the full benefit of the District’s programs and activities.