The Sagemont School prides itself on the success of its students who excel academically, athletically and artistically. In the performing arts, its multidisciplinary music program, which includes both band and choral instruction, has allowed students to achieve greatness and perform publicly.
It is full STEAM ahead for students in The Sagemont School's new Innovation Lab. Housed in the Media Center on the Lower School Campus, the Innovation Lab allows students in pre-school through fifth grade to practice critical science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM) skills with hands-on activities.
The Sagemont School is celebrating a major milestone this year - 20 years of success as an academic institution. From its beginning as a private elementary school through its development into a top-ranked college-preparatory school, Sagemont has continually grown and expanded to meet the academic, athletic, and artistic needs of its students for today and well into the future.
In February Sagemont High School Science Students will represent Weston when they compete against other Broward County Schools.
Beginning in fourth grade, interested students are introduced to the magic of musical theatre. By high school, Sagemont's award-winning International Thespian Troupe performs to packed houses and takes top honors at arts awards programs such as the Cappies and Florida State Main Stage Festival.
Recent Sagemont grads, Adam Jurko and Prince Ali, are making a name for themselves in the National College Athletic Association. Adam plays basketball for MIT and Prince plays basketball for UCLA.
In January 2016, the entire school will commit to completing 15,000 acts of kindness as students, teachers, and administrators accept the Great Kindness Challenge, a proactive and positive bullying prevention initiative.
Members of Sagemont's International Club took a special field trip to the Lower School Campus, where they shared their cultures with younger students studying "Exploring the World" theme.
The Sagemont School's Guidance Counselors offer advice to parents to ease the back to school transition for students from pre-school to 12th grade.
Sagemont's new Black Box Theater housed four productions this spring, allowing students in all grade levels the opportunity to perform on stage on their own campus.
Students at Sagemont are learning a very valuable lesson about tolerance, respect, and compassion. These are just a few attributes acknowledged during the Great Kindness Challenge.
Middle School students created a collage representing themselves which they cast out to sea along with a letter to the world...
The Sagemont School's new Visual & Performing Arts Center includes two music studios, two art studios, and a 150 seat black box theatre.
From choreography and costumes to set design and singing, young thespians were put to the challenge for Sagemont's spring performances of "Cats" and "Aladdin Jr."
Sagemont is dedicated to its arts offerings. At the high school level, Sagemont has introduced a new online newspaper and honors debate class.
From classical music to classic rock, Sagemont students have the opportunity to study all genres of music.
The Sagemont School has broken ground on a new 10,000 square-foot Visual and Performing Arts Center.
At the Sagemont School, most students exceed the required 2 years of a second language with many advancing to the AP level.
Throughout the school year, all Sagemont students are dedicated to creating and participating in community service projects.
Students in the theater program at The Sagemont School are a close-knit group. So, it was not too much of a stretch to portray a family for the school's production of "Little Women: The Musical."
Students enrolled in the arts program at The Sagemont School are continually being recognized for their tremendous talent from Cappie Awards to prizes in Weston.
Sagemont is known for its diverse student population. It boasts students and teachers from all over the world with more than 60 different countries represented.
The echoes of applause still ring in the air as young thespians at The Sagemont School celebrate the success of their two spring productions.
At the Sagemont School, college counselors work closely with students to prepare for the admissions process. Counselor Mel Nelson explains, "10th grade is all about diving in and making a commitment to things that the student is passionate about."
The Sagemont School has always embraced technology. Its middle and high school students were using laptops long before they became commonplace on school campuses.