The Summit Preparatory Academy Named Best Preschool For Six Years Running

Summit Prep, Headmaster Elizabeth Crain, and teacher Rachel Runnels have all been honored with Robertson County’s 2019 Main Street Awards.

The Summit Preparatory Academy is pleased to announce that the school has been named Best Preschool in Robertson County for 2019 by the Main Street Awards. This is the sixth consecutive year that the school has been honored with this award.

Along with the Best Preschool award, Summit Director Elizabeth Crain has also been named Best Principal/Headmaster in Robertson County for the fourth consecutive year, and educator Rachel Runnels has been named Best Teacher in Robertson County.

“It really is a humbling experience,” said Director Crain. “Our entire mission is to create an environment that helps little ones grow and develop in ways that work for them. We’re very proud of the entire family, and we are so thankful that people keep choosing us year after year. I am truly honored, as is Rachel, to be recognized this way.

About the Main Street Awards

Every year, The Connection honors the best of Robertson County with its Main Street Awards (previously called the Best of White House awards). Readers are asked to vote on their favorites in four different categories, including Community, Retails, Services, and Flavor. This year’s honorees were recognized at an awards breakfast held at Paradise Ranch and Retreat in Springfield.

About The Summit Preparatory Academy

The Summit Preparatory Academy was founded in White House, Tennessee. Summit offers early education with a focus on character development and emotional support, to ensure that all students are offered an opportunity to grow and learn. The school recently opened its state-of the-art infant daycare facility, for babies aged 12 weeks to 12 months.

Starting at age 13 months, children can be enrolled in the preschool, which teaches everything from speech and colors to reading, history, and geography. The Summit Preparatory Academy uses the award-winning A Beka curriculum to ensure that its students start off with their best foot forward.

About Elizabeth Crain and Rachel Runnels

Elizabeth Crain is the Director of Summit and a four-time Best Principal/Headmaster award winner. She has served as Director for 12 years, and brings close to three decades of experience in Administration and Human Resources.

Rachel Runnels has a decade’s worth of experience teaching preschool, and is certified for K-5. This is her first year being honored as Best Teacher by the Main Street Awards.

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Contact Info:
Name: Elizabeth Crain
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Organization: Elizabeth Crain
Address: 1080 Tennessee 76, White House, TN 37188
Phone: 615-338-7838

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