Summit is a charter school network in the Bay Area that was featured in "Waiting for Superman". Their Rainier and Tahoma campuses are co-located in San Jose. In 2011-2012, these two schools piloted Khan Academy with all incoming 9th graders, totaling almost 200 students. Each class had about 35 students with a 1:1 computer ratio. The Summit teachers integrated Khan Academy heavily into their curriculum with self-paced units that also incorporated projects and group work.
In 2012-2013, Summit took on a new learning model with 200 students in one classroom with seven educators. Below is an excerpt from founder Diane Tavenner's blogpost: Beyond Blended Learning