Sage Hill Difference

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  • What Sets Sage Hill Apart?

Our diverse community celebrates individuality and supports students to become their best selves during their four years of high school.

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  • Academics

    Curriculum includes more than 35 Advanced Placement and accelerated courses across all disciplines.

    Faculty nationally recruited for expertise in their fields; majority hold advanced degrees.

    Seminar-style classes average 14 students and foster critical thinking, collaboration and development of close relationships with teachers.

    The Lisa Argyros and Family Science Center provides modern classroom, laboratory and collaboration space for interdisciplinary study.
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  • Arts

    Faculty includes working actors, musicians, dancers and artists.

    Seven different arts disciplines.

    Facility: 30,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art Studio includes a digital art lab, ceramics and visual arts studios, dedicated instrumental, choral and dance rooms, ample rehearsal space and the Kazu Fukuda Black Box Theater.
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  • Athletics

    Coaches and instructors are former college and professional athletes.

    Twenty-one interscholastic sports are competitive and teach valuable lessons in sportsmanship, integrity, discipline and courage.

    Facilities: Mondo(TM) turf football, soccer and lacrosse field, track, gymnasium, baseball field, weight rooms and tennis and aquatics centers.
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  • Engagement

    Students have numerous opportunities to participate in more than 80 clubs and academic teams and serve as leaders in the school community and beyond.

    Our nationally recognized, four-year Service Learning program provides thousands of hours of student service and teaches social entrepreneurship.

    Unique programs, such as Spring at Sage year-end seminars and travel, and the Sage Hill Internship Program, move learning beyond the traditional classroom.
  • College Counseling

    Starting in the ninth grade, Sage Hill's student-centered college counseling process is focused on helping each student find the best college fit based on their academic profile, aspirations, talents and interests.

    Locations of colleges or universities attended by Sage Hill graduates from 2020-2023:
    • California - 41%
    • Mid-Atlantic - 15%
    • Midwest - 13%
    • New England - 12%
    • Southeast - 9%
    • Southwest - 7%
    • West (non-CA) - 2%
    • International - 1%
    The students in the Class of 2023 were admitted to 179 different institutions and plan to enroll at 56 colleges and universities in the United States and the District of Columbia.
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Sage Hill School

Sage Hill School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic and other School administered programs.