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  • Change into Change Vice President Luke Wu ’25 and President and Founder Joy Sun ’25 with examples of their endangered plant species T-shirt designs.

    Student Club Taps Art, Style to Help Save Species

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  • Nick Orrrantia '07, an elephant care specialist at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, with his former teacher Rena Dear and her children.

    Nick Orrantia ‘07 Achieves Lifelong Dream of Caring For Elephants

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  • Anne Chen ‘24 with a copy of her newly-published activity book “How to Make HERStory.”

    Girl Scout Inks Women’s History Book Ahead of GEMfest

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  • Renna Hamoui '25 glues rhinestones onto a vest during a Reimagined Club workshop.

    Student Club Recycles Attire for Fresh Fashion

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  • Trinity Chen ‘26 (left) and Sophie Qiu ’24 were invited to the 2023 Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall in early February.

    Sage Hill Violinists Play Carnegie Hall with Youth Ensembles

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  • English teachers Jennifer Scott, Elizabeth Chung, Laura Lyons and Arlie Parker announce the 2023 Scholastic Writing Award winners at Town Meeting on Monday, February 6.

    Sage Hill Nets 87 Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

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  • Jay Murray '23 joined Sage Hill School as Major Gifts Officer in early 2023.

    Sage Hill Advancement Team Adds Jay Murray ‘13 as Major Gifts Officer

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  • Lola Yeh ‘24 tapes a student’s wrist during a recent soccer game at Ramer Field.

    Junior Launches Athletic Training Internship to Help Injured Peers

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  • Judge Carly Edelstein '04 was elected to the Ohio Tenth District Court of Appeals in November. (Photo courtesy of  Edelstein for All)

    Judge Carly Edelstein ‘04 Found “Responsibility to Give Back” at Sage Hill

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  • Blake McGraw, 10, tries on his prosthetic arm for the first time with help from his mother Krystal McGraw during a visit to the Sage Prosthetics program on Wednesday, January 11. Blake was born with a congenital amputation above his left elbow.

    10-Year-Old Gets His First 3D-Printed Arm From Award-Winning Sage Prosthetics

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  • Shaurya Mittal '26 is the creator of the congressional award-winning EcoTakeOut app.

    9th Grader’s Eco-Minded App Earns Praise From Capitol Hill

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  • Amy Qin '24, Shiksha Anand '24  and Sarah Shu '24 co-founded the Rising Business Consultants Service Learning project to inspire elementary students to pursue business career pathways.

    Sage Hill Juniors Mentor 5th, 6th Graders at Anaheim Nonprofit

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