A student died after attending an event in Washington, DC, which was sponsored by Summit Professional Academy, a private company that teaches professional education.
According to the Washington Post, the student died on Thursday night at Washington Hospital Center.
The Post says the student was a student at the Summit Academy in Northeast Washington, which is affiliated with the Summit Schools of America, a nonprofit founded by former President Bill Clinton and has campuses in Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
The Summit Schools website says it offers training in health and nutrition, health technology, business administration and leadership, business, leadership, public policy and community development.
The student had been at the event with his family.
The Washington Post said the student, who is identified as Andrew B. Hogg, was taken to the hospital by a medevac helicopter.
The Post says he was taken by helicopter to an area hospital, where he later died.
In a statement, Summit Professional said that Summit Academy has received a “thorough investigation” into the student’s death.
“We are saddened by this tragic event and our hearts go out to the family and friends of the student,” the statement read.
“Summit Professional Academy is committed to providing a safe and respectful environment for all our students.
Summit Professional is committed and committed to the health and well-being of our students, staff and community members.”
A spokesperson for the Summit Colleges told the Washington Times that Summit Professional was unable to comment on individual students.
The school also released a statement on the death.
Summit College is deeply saddened to learn of the death of Andrew B Hogg at a Summit College event on Thursday, September 26, 2018.
The Summit College website also lists Summit Professional as a certified instructor, but it did not state whether the company offers training.”
Summit is committed with its students and our community to fostering a safe, healthy and nurturing environment.”
The Summit College website also lists Summit Professional as a certified instructor, but it did not state whether the company offers training.