Parent Association

Parent Association

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  • Get Involved in a Way That Works for You

The work of the Parent Association happens only through the support of our family community.  There is room for everyone to make a positive impact on school life. Big or small, once or all year long, EVERY effort is valued. 

Our role: To support the mission of Sage Hill School:

“We inspire in our students a love of knowledge and the ability to use that knowledge creatively, compassionately and courageously throughout their lives."

We welcome you to join us!

Volunteer Opportunities

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  • Find the Right Fit

    The Parent Association is a volunteer organization working within the school to positively impact our students and families. Our school is strong because our families are involved. Let us help you find the right fit.

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  • Connect with the Community

    Career Series
    Sage Center Volunteer Days
    Multicultural Symposium
  • Love to Plan Events

    Multicultural Fair
    Multicultural Symposium
    Spring Celebration 
  • Serve the School

    Faculty Appreciation
    Parent Ambassador
    Sage Dads
    Spring Celebration

Explore Your Options

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  • Annual Fund

    Time commitment: Two hours, one time a year
    The Annual Fund is crucial to the success of the school. Giving makes a difference to every aspect of the Sage Hill experience, from clubs, arts productions and athletics to renowned programs like Spring at Sage, the Sage Hill Internship Program and the Sage Center Speaker Series. Volunteers from the Parent Association create awareness about the fund's goals and the importance of participation, and actively encourage families to help the school reach their goal of 100% participation.
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  • Faculty/Staff Appreciation

    Time commitment: Four hours, two times a year
    Help plan, decorate, cook and/or serve “thank you” luncheons for Sage Hill faculty and staff. A total of three events will be hosted throughout the school year. This is a wonderful opportunity to give back to the hard-working faculty and staff of Sage Hill School.
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  • Gelato Day

    Time commitment: Two-three hours, two times a year
    Gelato Day is fun for the whole Sage Hill community and reminds us all to take time to enjoy the simple things.
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  • Multicultural Symposium

    Time commitment: Four hours, one time a year
    Students organize a morning of workshops and presentations for the Sage Hill community. The event is designed to inspire and promote equity and personal growth through challenging and thought-provoking discussions about various social issues. Parents support the students in event detail planning and day-of operations. Date: Wednesday, April 19, 2023
    Sign Up Now!
  • Parent Ambassador

    Time commitment: One to two hours monthly in the fall/spring
    Do you have a passion for the school? Are you interested in connecting with prospective families and students and being advocates for the school in the community? Represent our school at Admission coffees, tours and the annual Open House. Multilingual parents a huge plus!
    Sign Up Now!
  • Sage Dads

    Time commitment: Two hours throughout the year
    A group dedicated to the men active in the lives of Sage Hill students. Network, socialize, and participate in Sage Hill events, including a couple of dad-led student events.
    Sign Up Now!
  • Senior Breakfast

    Time commitment: Two hours, one time a year
    We deliver a special send-off to our seniors and their families. We need non-senior parents to help host a final gathering for our graduating seniors and their families.
    Sign Up Now!
  • Senior Celebration

    Time commitment: Four hours, one time a year
    Help give our seniors a celebratory send-off! Volunteers are needed to set up, take down, and possibly help serve food. The event takes place by the campus pool during the last week of school.
    Sign Up Now!
  • SHIP

    Time commitment: Flexible, depending on your schedule
    Sage Hill Internship Program (SHIP) is a three-part Sage Hill program. Students learn and develop professional skills along with resume building and mock interviews. Year-round parent support is needed in both small and large time commitments.

    Here are some volunteer roles:

    SHIP Panels: Share your own career expertise as a speaker, help plan, or help out on the event day. 
    SHIP Prep: Work directly with students to review resumes, conduct mock interviews, or offer internship programs or shadow days at your workplace to Sage Hill students. 
    SHIP Opportunities: Speak at, network and help secure internship opportunities, or plan evening parent events.
    Sign Up Now!
  • Spring Celebration

    Time commitment: Three to six days throughout the year
    Spring Celebration directly benefits all school programs, including Fund-a-Need, which specifically benefits our financial aid endowment. We need volunteers to help with sponsorships, underwriting, auction, raffle, community outreach and subcommittees.
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  • Student Event Days

    Time commitment: Two to three hours, a few times a year
    We need the roll-up-your-sleeves people who make events happen. Volunteers are needed to set up, take down, prepare and serve food or supply a needed item. Contact your grade level parent representatives if you want to get involved!

PA Executive Committee

Jamie Dorman

Monica Mosquera-Caro
Vice President 

Elizabeth Chao

Koren Hubbard

Jen Haworth
Communications Liaison

Mina Yaghmai
Community Liaison

Current Parents

For more information on the Parent Association, including links to PA newsletters, calendar and meeting minutes, please visit the Parent Association page under Portal > Blackbaud > Resources.

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.