In a perfect world, I’d have time every week to sit down and talk informally about the issues and events affecting the Sage Hill community. In the real world, it’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day business of the school, yet the interactions between people in our community are what’s most important.
I hope this blog will add a new dimension to my relationship with each of you and strengthen our sense of community. Topics addressed will vary from controversial to light-hearted, from hard-core academic to purely entertaining. If I’ve attended an educational conference or read an article about a hot issue affecting education or teenagers, you’ll hear about it. If a campus-wide concern arises, or a student or teacher achieves something special, you’ll hear about that too. This blog is meant to be interactive, and I sincerely welcome your feedback as well as your suggestions for future posts. Your input helps shape the way I lead our community. Feel free to use the comments section on the blog, or to email me at email@example.com, with your thoughts and ideas.
|Mr. McNeill is On the Go for Sage Hill School|
Barely into 2015, Sage Hill President Gordon McNeill has been on the go, building Sage Hill’s national reputation, meeting with alumni, attending conferences, and more. Find out about it in his latest blog post.
|Holiday Reflections from Sage Hill School|
With finals around the corner, many Sage Hill students are trying to balance school-related stress with holiday joy. In his latest blog post, Sage Hill President Gordon McNeill has some thoughts for parents on ways to restore some sanity to the season.
|Sage Hill on the East Coast|
Sage Hill President Gordon McNeill just returned from a trip to the East Coast that included speaking at a conference, attending an alumni event, and several college tours. Read all about it in this week’s blog post.
|Sage Hill's State of the School Address|
President Gordon McNeill delivered his State of the School address on October 2, focusing on our responsiveness to input from the Sage Hill community. In this week’s blog post, he recaps some of his key points; Head of School Patricia Merz' speech is also available to download.
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