Student Life

Student Leadership

Living & Embracing Our Mission

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  • Leadership Opportunities at Sage Hill

    Sage Hill School takes great pride in providing a strong mix of student leadership positions on our campus and expects a high level of commitment from all appointed student leaders.

    All Sage Hill School students who hold a leadership position are expected to adhere to the highest standards of our Honor Code and Core Values whether on or off campus. 

    Aside from the traditional leadership roles listed below, there are many other opportunities for students to distinguish themselves as leaders. Participation in Academic Teams, clubs, athletic teams, performing arts and other co-curricular activities can and do help our students build leadership skills that last a lifetime. 

    We expect all students to be leaders at Sage Hill School, whether they have a title or not. When students lead, they are fully living and embracing the mission of the School.

Leadership Opportunities on Campus

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  • Honor Committee

    Honor Committee members are selected through an application process. The Honor Committee hears cases of possible violation of Sage Hill's Honor Code and makes recommendations for disciplinary action to the Dean of School Life and the Head of School. 
  • Peer Tutors

    Peer Tutors facilitate student learning by helping to clarify specific course content and promote the use of appropriate study strategies. Tutors may consult with faculty for course resources, guidance, and direction in their tutoring work. Tutors conduct regular one-on-one and group tutoring sessions during their free block throughout the school year as needed. They also host sessions during freshmen advisory and grade level meetings under the supervision of the program advisor and Ninth Grade Dean. Peer Tutors do not provide answers to homework assignments, but work with students to model problem solving strategies and explain course-specific concepts in compliance with Sage Hill’s Honor Code.
  • Peer Counselors

    Under the guidance and support of the school counseling staff, peer counselors mentor ninth grade students. Peer counselors refer students to the school counselor when necessary.
  • Sage Advocates of Multicultural Education (S.A.M.E.)

    S.A.M.E is a leadership group committed to educating our community about the importance of diversity, equity, and cultural competence. Through conversations and educational initiatives, S.A.M.E. hopes to foster an even more inclusive Sage Hill community. Throughout the year, students in S.A.M.E. attend diversity trainings, lead open discussions on current events, oversee workshops in the annual Multicultural Symposium, and celebrate the different cultures and identities found at Sage Hill. 
  • Student Council

    Students may run for school-wide elected offices including President, Vice President, Secretary/Treasurer, Spirit Commissioner, Technology Commissioner and two Activities Coordinators. Each grade is also represented by two Co-Chairs.
  • Student Ambassadors

    Student ambassadors support the Admission Office by giving prospective family tours and assisting at Open House, Accepted Students Day and other Admission events throughout the year. Student ambassadors model Sage Hill's values and are positive, enthusiastic spokespersons for the school.

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.