Programs

Summer at Sage & Camp Sage








Welcome! Summer at Sage offers Sage Hill students and students from the surrounding community the opportunity to immerse themselves in credit and/or non-credit classes, workshops, and camps on our state-of-the-art campus.

Camp Sage

Camp Sage is an exciting opportunity for middle school students to experience Sage Hill School. Students 10-14 years old, and entering grades 5-8, are invited to attend our exciting academic and athletic camps. Students are encouraged to participate in any and all sessions, as well as multiple weeks of Camp Sage. Students are welcome to bring food to eat on campus in Wilkins Town Square between sessions.

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  • Academics

    History’s Mysteries
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    This inquiry-driven workshop turns the typical history course on its head with students leading the way to solve some of the world’s most puzzling and unanswered questions. What was the purpose of Stonehenge? Where is the tomb of Vlad Dracula? In teams, students will gather evidence in the form of artifacts, ancient writings, maps, and current documentaries to formulate plausible explanations for questions that still stump historians, and present them to the rest of the group. As a finale, students will create a historically-relevant puzzle of their own that their fellow students will attempt to solve.
    Cost: $200

    Tools for Success
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Tools for Success is a week-long camp exploring the many issues faced by middle-
    school students. Topics such as leadership, group dynamics, social media etiquette, time management, study skills and finding balance will be addressed through discussions and activities. Learn how to find your voice, minimize anxieties, identify your learning style, and prepare for success in middle school and beyond! Nicolle Bradshaw is a member of the Sage Hill History Department. She teaches Psychology and AP American Government.
    Cost: $200

    Analytical Writing Made Easy
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
    Writing doesn't have to be intimidating. During this weeklong workshop, students will engage with short stories and poetry to first analyze orally. Then, using a formula, students will create analytical paragraphs that they will ultimately develop into a full essay. Students of all ability levels are welcome.
    Cost: $200
  • Arts

    Acting
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Using monologues and songs from current plays, musicals, movies, and television shows, students will learn strategies for approaching scripts, audition techniques, and performance skills. The workshop will build confidence and ability for the stage, and instruction will be tailored to each individual's needs and interests.
    Cost: $200

    Musical Theater Workshop
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    Using musical theater numbers from hit Broadway shows, students will learn skills for approaching songs and dance choreography in combination with acting and performing techniques and skills. The workshop will build confidence and ability for the stage, and instruction will be tailored to each individual's needs and interests.
    Cost: $450
  • Athletics

    Boys’ Basketball
    Week of 7/10 – 7/14, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 7/17– 7/21, 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM
    The Sage Hill youth basketball camp will focus on teaching the fundamentals of the game including but not limited to: shooting, ball handling, passing, and defending. These skills will be emphasized through exciting, competitive games and drills. Billy Conlon is the current Sage Hill Boys’ Varsity Basketball Head Coach.
    Cost: $200
    (Can register for multiple weeks)

    Boys’ Soccer
    Week of 7/31 – 8/4, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Sage Hill youth soccer camp attendees will work on basic skills and fundamentals such as passing, trapping, and shooting, as well as defensive and offensive strategies. Each participant should bring a soccer ball and cleated shoes. Luis Cruz is the current Sage Hill Boys’ Varsity Soccer Head Coach.
    Cost: $200

    Boys’ & Girls’ Tennis
    Week of 6/19 – 6/23, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 6/26 – 6/30, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 7/10 – 7/14, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 7/17 – 7/21, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 7/31 – 8/4, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
    Open to all skill levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). The focus of this camp will be on basic stroke production, point strategy, point play, games, conditioning, and fun! This camp will take place at Sage Hill School’s newly built Tennis Center. Cierra Gaytan is the current Sage Hill Girls’ Varsity Tennis Head Coach.
    Cost: $300
    (Can register for multiple weeks)

    Boys’ & Girls’ Volleyball
    Week of 7/10 – 7/14, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM, or
    Week of 7/17 – 7/21, 2:30 PM- 4:30 PM, or
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    The Sage Hill youth volleyball camp will emphasize the fundamentals of volleyball (digging, attacking, serving, setting, blocking, and jump-serving) required to play the sport at the highest level. Sessions will include competitive drills to help put newly acquired skills into practice while emphasizing fun! Dan Thomassen is the current Sage Hill Girls’ Varsity Volleyball Head Coach. Setiam Allah is the current Sage Hill Boys’ Varsity Volleyball Head Coach.
    Cost: $200
    (Can register for multiple weeks)

    Boys’ Lacrosse
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 10:00 AM -12:00 PM
    This youth camp will emphasize the fundamentals of girl’s lacrosse by teaching and refining skills and playing games.
    Cost: $200

    Running Camp
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
    Let's get moving! Participants will combine plyometrics, running, and stretching to engage in a good workout while also having fun. They can use the enthusiasm and skills they develop during this weeklong camp to keep in shape all summer long.
    Cost: $100
  • Camp Sage At A Glance


    Camp Sage
    Session A 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Session B 12:30 - 2:30 pm
    Session C 2:30-4:30 pm
    Week #1:
    6/19 – 6/23
    Boys’ and Girls’ Tennis (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
     
     
    Week #2: 6/26 - 6/30
    Girls’ Soccer(9:00 am – 11:00 am)
    Boys’ and Girls’ Tennis (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
      
    Week #3:
    7/3 – 7/7
    *** Holiday week. No camps ***
    Week #4: 7/10 – 7/14
    Boys’ Basketball
    Boys’ and Girls’ Tennis (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
     
    Boys’ and Girls’ Volleyball
    Week #5: 7/17 – 7/21
    Boys’ Basketball
    Boys’ and Girls’ Tennis (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
     
    Boys’ and Girls’ Volleyball
    Week #6:
    7/24 – 7/28
    Tools for Success
    Acting
    Boys’ Lacrosse
    Boys’ and Girls’ Tennis (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
    Analytical Writing Made Easy
    History’s Mysteries
    Musical Theater Workshop
     
    Boys’ and Girls’ Volleyball
    Week #7:
    7/31 – 8/4
    Boys’ Soccer (9:00 am – 11:00 am)
    Boys’ and Girls’ Tennis (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
     
     

Credit Classes

Complete a year’s work and earn a full year’s credit in one or more subjects through daily classes and regularly assigned homework. Sage Hill students who successfully complete an academic credit course receive graduation credit on their transcripts, as well as a letter grade incorporated into their GPA (students from other high schools must confirm their own school’s credit requirements). Credit classes meet daily for five weeks, 6/26-7/28, from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm or 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm. 

CLICK HERE FOR THE 2017 SUMMER TEXTBOOK LIST

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  • History

    Modern World History
    Students entering grade 10
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    The Modern World History curriculum revolves around comparing human interaction and development and the relationship of human populations to the physical world according to diverse themes and across different time scales. Modern World History provides students the opportunity to demonstrate learning in the written form as well as via in-class presentations on an individual or small-group basis. Objectives include explaining large-scale and long term historical developments; identifying and evaluating key turning points in world history; comparing the ideals and practices of major belief systems; and identifying and assessing the economic, environmental and political challenges humans have confronted.
    Cost: $2000
  • Mathematics

    Algebra I
    Students entering grades 8-10,
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    The goal of the class is to provide a strong foundation in the important concepts of Algebra I with particular emphasis on universal mathematical notation. The class is designed to give students the skills and the confidence to establish the groundwork for subsequent classes and includes Common Core Algebra I concepts. Analytical skills are stressed more than simple mechanical skills. Students will work on many models represented by linear, quadratic, and exponential functions as well as systems of equations. The Texas Instrument (TI-84) Silver Plus C Edition graphing calculator is used extensively as a learning tool and is required for the class.
    Cost: $2000

    Geometry
    Students entering grades 8-11,
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    This class explores basic elements of Euclidean Geometry. Its objective is to employ inductive and deductive methods of reasoning on basic two and three-dimensional shapes and their properties such as cubes, prisms, spheres, and cones. The class also helps students reinforce algebraic concepts and incudes Common Core Geometry concepts. The Texas Instrument (TI-84) Silver Plus C Edition graphing calculator is used extensively as a learning tool and is required for the class.
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of Algebra I.
    Cost: $2000

    Algebra II
    Students entering grades 9-12,
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    The goal of this class is to continue the development of algebraic skills and concepts and includes Common Core Algebra concepts. In addition to topics discussed in Algebra I, students will be exposed to logarithmic, radical, rational functions, and transformations. Students will further explore the trigonometry skills that were introduced in Geometry. Numerous projects that model real world phenomena, including optimization problems, will be implemented. The Texas Instrument (TI-84) Silver Plus C Edition graphing calculator is used extensively as a learning tool and is required for the class.
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of both Algebra I and Geometry.
    Cost: $2000

    Precalculus
    Students entering grades 9-12,
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    This class is designed to prepare students for placement in either Calculus or AP Calculus AB. It entails a thorough study of elementary functions including trigonometric functions, and sequences and series. Students will work on a number of real world problems over the course of the summer. Students will also discuss polar coordinates, the principle of mathematical induction, and introductory elements of Calculus. The Texas Instrument (TI-84) Silver Plus C Edition graphing calculator is used extensively as a learning tool and is required for the class.
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of both Geometry and Algebra II.
    Cost: $2000
  • Science

    Biology
    Students entering grades 10-12,
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM or
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    Biology is a survey course designed to introduce students to a broad range of topics in the life sciences. The curriculum introduces students to cell biology, biochemistry, genetics and the role of DNA technology, evolution, taxonomy, botany, invertebrates, vertebrates and selected topics in human anatomy, physiology, and ecology. The class expects that students develop an understanding of biology and its current critical role in society and medicine. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are integral components in the regular weekly laboratory. The lab fee is incorporated into the overall tuition.
    Cost: $2150 (includes lab fee)

    Chemistry
    Students entering grades 10-11,
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    This is a course designed to build a strong understanding of the fundamental concepts, applications, and laboratory techniques in chemistry. Successful completion of the course will effectively prepare students for advanced science coursework and allow them to further pursue more complex issues as their science studies progress. The lab fee is incorporated into the overall tuition.
    Cost: $2150 (includes lab fee)

Sage Connected

Sage Connected combines a flexible online environment with periodic campus visits for assessments and group work. Sage Hill students who successfully complete a Sage Connected course receive graduation credit on their transcript as well as a letter grade that will be incorporated into their GPA (students from other high schools must confirm their own school’s credit requirements). All Sage Connected classes meet for five weeks, from 6/26-7/28, and campus meetings times are from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM or 12:30 PM – 4:30 PM, though meeting times may vary.

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  • History

    U.S. History
    Students entering grades 11 or 12
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, meets Mondays on campus from 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

    This class surveys American development from its origins in the early seventeenth century to the present. The nation’s past is examined in light of several themes including economic, geographic, intellectual, political and social factors. At each class meeting, students will experience American history by exploring primary documents, maps, and visual images. A combination of lecture and student-generated activities will enable each student to produce his or her own knowledge of the nation’s past and present.
    Cost: $2000
  • Mathematics

    Geometry
    Students entering grades 9-11
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28. 
    On campus meeting (testing) dates: July 3, July 11, July 19, and July 27 from 6:30 AM - 3:00 PM, for a two-hour block of time.
    This class explores basic elements of Euclidean Geometry. Its objective is to employ inductive and deductive methods of reasoning on basic two and three-dimensional shapes and their properties such as cubes, prisms, spheres, and cones. The class also helps students reinforce algebraic concepts. The Geometry’s Sketchpad software is used as a teaching tool to complement what students learn in class.
    Prerequisite: Full year of Algebra I.
    Cost: $2000

August Workshops & Enrichment Classes

Summer at Sage provides extraordinary learning experiences for students interested in exploring new interests, strengthening skills, or advancing their current understanding in non-traditional classes. Classes are open to all students from all schools (with exception to Cracking the College Essay, which is open only to Sage Hill students). Students will not receive credit for these enrichment classes and workshops.

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  • Arts

    Acting: Audition Workshop
    Students entering grades 9-12,
    Week of 7/31-8/4, 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    Using monologues and songs from current plays, musicals, movies, and television shows, students will learn strategies for approaching scripts, audition techniques, and performance skills. The workshop will build confidence and ability for the stage, and instruction will be tailored to each individual's needs and interests. Mary Robinson, member of the Sage Hill Arts department and the Producer of Community Programming, is a professional actor and a theater teacher.
    Cost: $450

    Musical Theater Bootcamp
    Students entering grades 9-12,
    Week of 7/31-8/4, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Using musical theater numbers from hit Broadway shows, students will learn skills for approaching songs and dance choreography in combination with acting and performing techniques and skills. The workshop will build confidence and ability for the stage, and instruction will be tailored to each individual's needs and interests. Meki Blackwell is an experienced dancer and choreographer who has appeared on television, in several commercials, and numerous stage shows. She has also completed all of her exams as a dance specialist in Pilates through Body Arts and Sciences International. Mary Robinson, member of the Sage Hill Arts department and the Producer of Community Programming, is a professional actor and a theater teacher.
    Cost: $450
  • English

    Analytical Writing Workshop
    Students entering grade 10-12,
    Week of 7/31 – 8/4, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    This course is designed to help rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors further improve their analytical writing skills before the beginning of the school year. Throughout the week students will work on creating sophisticated thesis statements and then using texts they have read to support their ideas in fluid, cohesive paragraphs.
    Cost: $450

    Cracking the College Essay
    Sage Hill Students entering grade 12,
    Week of 6/19-6/23, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 6/26-6/30, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, or
    Week of 8/7-8/11, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM,
    Yes, it is possible to complete college essays before the stress of senior year begins. We will start with pitfalls and blocks and discover strategies to conquer these. We will use brainstorming/prewriting techniques to uncover the richest material; then we will start writing. By the end of day one, participants will have a draft for the Common Application Essay Question. Students should bring in essay prompts and their own laptops if possible (laptops will also be available in class). All students will get one-on-one feedback. Once students have a satisfactory first draft done with Mr. Parker, they will then spend time with the College Counseling Team, who will offer feedback specifically aimed at getting the essay in proper shape for the college application process.
    Cost: $475

    Ninth Grade Transitional Writing
    Students entering grade 9,
    Five weeks, 6/26 - 7/28, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    The transition from eighth grade to the freshman year can be a difficult one for English students. This class will build a solid foundation in the basic fundamentals of writing, focusing on grammar, analysis, and the principals of writing a solid high school essay. Students will become more familiar with a variety of literary genres and how to properly annotate these texts.
    Cost: $2000

    Study Skills
    Students entering grade 9-10,
    Week of 7/31-8/4, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
    The study skills workshop is designed to teach ninth and tenth graders effective and efficient learning strategies. During the workshop, we will learn how to read more efficiently, how to take better notes, how to annotate, how to study, how to organize and how to use your time efficiently while dealing with the challenges of high school.
    Cost: $350

    Analytical Writing Made Easy
    Week of 7/24 – 7/28, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
    Writing doesn't have to be intimidating. During this weeklong workshop, students will engage with short stories and poetry to first analyze orally. Then, using a formula, students will create analytical paragraphs that they will ultimately develop into a full essay. Students of all ability levels are welcome.
    Cost: $200
     
  • History

    AP U.S. History Bootcamp
    Students entering grades 11-12,
    Week of 7/31-8/4, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    The AP U.S. History Bootcamp is designed for students who want to get ready for AP U.S. History by learning and practicing reading skills, vocabulary, essay outlining, primary source analysis, and DBQs (Document-Based Questions). Students will build these essential skills and preview the major concepts needed to succeed in the course and score well on the AP U.S. History exam. This workshop would be helpful for anyone registered for AP U.S. History in the fall, but especially those who did not take AP World History or do not have prior experience with an advanced history course.
    Cost: $450

    AP World History Bootcamp
    Students entering grades 10-11,
    Week of 8/7-8/11, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    AP World History Bootcamp will assist students making the transition from Patterns of Civilization to AP World History by honing skills related to primary document analysis, document-based question writing, free response essay writing, and multiple choice question strategies.
    Cost: $450
  • Mathematics

    Algebra I Refresher
    Students entering grades 9-11,
    Week of 8/7-8/11, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    The weeklong Algebra I Refresher workshop is designed for students going into Algebra II who have spent a year in Geometry. The class moves quickly as students hone their skills in order to hit the ground running in Algebra II. The focus of the workshop is to brush up on skills and concepts that are essential to building a strong foundation in each student’s reasoning and analytical skills. Any student that has completed Algebra I and wants to “refresh” is welcome!
    Cost: $450
  • Schedule

     
    Workshops
     
    9:00 am – 12:00 pm
    12:30 – 3:30 pm
    Week #1: 6/19-6/23
    Cracking the College Essay**
    Ninth Grade Transitional Writing (8:00 am – 12:00 pm)
     
    Week #2: 6/26-6/30
    Cracking the College Essay**
     
    Week #3: 7/31 – 8/4
    Analytical Writing Workshop
    Study Skills*
    AP US History Bootcamp
    Musical Theater Bootcamp
    Acting: Audition Workshop
    Week #4: 8/7 – 8/11
    Cracking the College Essay
    AP World History Bootcamp
    Algebra I Refresher
     
     
    (*Study Skills runs four days a week for two hours.)
    (**Cracking the College Essay is only open to Sage Hill students.)

Athletic Camps

Sage Hill Athletic Camps provide current Sage Hill students an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the sport(s) in which they will participate in the upcoming 2017–2018 school year.

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  • Athletic Camp Descriptions

    Boys’ Baseball
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12, 6/20 – 7/20 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday), 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
    Cost: $550

    Boys’ Basketball
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12, 6/19–7/28, (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday), Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM and Friday from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM.
    Cost: $550

    Boys’ Soccer
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12
    Week #1: 6/26-6/30, 3:00-5:00 PM
    Week #2: 7/31-8/4, 3:00-5:00 PM
    Cost: $200 each week (can register for one week or both weeks)

    Boys’ & Girls’ Cross Country
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12, 7/10-8/11, 6:30-7:30 AM
    Cost: No Charge

    Boys’ & Girls’ Tennis
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12,
    Week #1 6/26 – 6/30, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM, or
    Week #2 7/10 – 7/14, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM, or
    Week #3 7/17 – 7/21, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM, or
    Week #4 7/24 – 7/28, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM, or
    Week #5 7/31 – 8/4, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM, or
    Week #6 8/7 – 8/11, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
    Cost: $300 each week (can register for multiple weeks)

    Girls’ Basketball
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12, 6/26-7/28, (Monday, Wednesday, Friday), 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    Cost: $550

    Boys’ Lacrosse
    7/10-7/28 (Monday and Wednesday), 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Cost: $180

    Girls’ Lacrosse
    6/12 – 6/16 (Monday through Friday) 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Cost: $180

    Girls’ Soccer
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12
    Week #1: 6/19-6/23, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Week #2: 6/26-6/30, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Cost: $200 each week (can register for one week or both weeks)

    Girls’ Volleyball
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12, 7/17-7/28, (Monday-Friday) 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    Cost: $380

    Football
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12, 6/26-7/28, (Monday-Thursday), 12:45 PM - 3:00 PM
    Cost: $550

    Boys’ Volleyball
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12
    Week #1: 7/31-8/4 (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday), 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    Week #2: 8/7-8/11 (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday), 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    Cost: $250 (can register for one week or both weeks)

    Water Polo
    Sage Hill students entering grades 9-12, 6/19-7/21 (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday). Monday and Wednesday practice from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM, games will be played on Thursdays. No practice Monday, July 3.
    Cost: $550







Additional Summer at Sage Information

Access and Parking
A campus access sticker is required to access campus for parents of middle schoolers attending Camp Sage and non-Sage Hill students attending Summer at Sage courses or workshops. These stickers will be mailed home before the start of session. For any further questions, call 949-219-0100.

Accessing Summer Grades
For those classes that received a grade, you can find your summer grades on the same site you registered. Log on to https://records.sagehillschool.org using the user ID you registered with and click on “Marking Period Grades and Comments” under Academic Info. If you forgot your username or password, there is a link to guide you. If you have any difficulty, email helpdesk@sagehillschool.org

Refund Policy
Sage Hill School reserves the right to cancel a Summer at Sage class, workshop or athletic camp in which case students/athletes will be notified exactly one week before the start date of the class/workshop/athletic camp and a full refund will be issued in the form of a check.

Students who wish to withdraw from a Summer at Sage course, workshop, or athletic camp and receive a full refund, must do so exactly two weeks before the start of the course/workshop/athletic camp.

Attendance and Add/Drop Policy
Sage Hill students who successfully complete an academic course credit during Summer at Sage will receive graduation credit, which will appear on their transcripts, as well as a letter grade that will be incorporated into their GPA. If a Sage Hill student fails to complete an academic credit course during Summer at Sage, a withdraw pass (W/P) or withdraw fail (W/F) will appear on the students’ transcript. Students may not miss more than two classes during Summer at Sage to receive credit. Students enrolled in a Sage Connected course may not miss any of the required on-campus class days. Any credit course dropped after July 5, 2017 will result in a notation of W/F or W/P on the student’s transcript. Students are not permitted to withdraw from a credit course after July 14, 2017.

Sage Connected Geometry is non-transferrable; therefore, students may not attend any sessions of the on-campus Geometry class.

Sage Connected US History is non-transferrable; therefore, students may not attend any sessions of the on-campus US History class.

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