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   Summit Technology Academy

The STA Application window is closed for the 2018-2019 School Year. STA will begin accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year in mid-November.

Applications for Cerner Scholars are due September 28, 2018.

Summit Technology Application Process

  1. Review the important information at the right to learn about the process.
  2. Select the links below to review the steps appropriate for you:
    1. Lee's Summit Student
    2. Sending School Student**
    3. Private/Home School Student.
  3. After reviewing this information carefully, complete the application for courses still receiving applications by clicking the appropriate links below. 
  4. Once you have completed the application, have your counselor email STA administration

Note: **Sending Schools are any public schools outside the Lee's Summit School District

All Students: Review this important information before beginning your application.

Lee's Summit School District Students

Read this step-by-step guide for completing the online application.

Apply here if you are a Lee's Summit School District student.

Checklist for submitting online application for sending school students

For students outside Lee's Summit Schools

Read this step-by-step guide for completing the online application.

Apply here if you are a sending school* student

*you attend a school outside Lee's Summit

Are you a home school or private school student?

Learn the process to apply.

Apply here if you are a private or home school student

For additional help, see your guidance counselor at your home high school or call STA at 986-3410.


  • Mobile devices, phones and tablets cannot be used to complete this application.
  • Chrome or Firefox are the best web browsers to use for this application. 
  • If utilizing the INTERNET EXPLORER web browser to complete your application, you will need to ensure that COMPATIBILITY VIEW is turned ON.

*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.