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Sagemont Senior Nico Ulloa was Honored at a Panthers Game

Nico was invited to the Panthers hockey game to receive the $25,000 Broward Community Champion Grant on behalf of Hands on Broward. Nicco has been volunteering with the organization since 2012, and has worked with countless organizations to build their volunteer base. As one of Hands on Broward spokespeople, Nicco…
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The Sagemont Lions Band Performs at the Cleveland Clinic

The Sagemont School is dedicated to giving back to our community. The Lions Band demonstrated one of the Sagemont Learning Outcomes, which stresses the importance of our students becoming global citizens with a commitment to service. Under the leadership of the Sagemont Band Director, Ms. Jessica Gronberg, students performed for…
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May Newsletter

Dear Sagemont Families, AdvancEd Accreditation Process Complete:¬†We are excited to share that we have completed our AdvancEd Accreditation process and we will receive official notification of our renewed accreditation by the end of June. The External Review Team was very complimentary regarding our school’s ongoing effort to improve the quality…
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Sagemont Students Win Several Awards at Weston Art Student Showcase

We would like to congratulate the following award winners of the 2017 Weston At Student Showcase: Wanwen Li: 2nd Place Nico Ulloa: 3rd Place Ariana Richiez: Honorable Mention Yusheng Yan: Honorable Mention These Sagemont Art Students students’ work was chosen among the best of several hundred pieces submitted by Weston-area…
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Alejandra Coletti Repeats as 4th Grade Geography Bee Champion

After months of studying, three rounds, and a three-person final exam, our 4th grade 2016-2017 Geography Bee champion was named…. Alejandra Coletti!!! Congrats to Alejandra for her repeat title! Also, congrats to our participants Austin Miller, Antonio Mayo Mariscal, Annie Schulze, Maria Camila Leal Mendoza, Isabella Giraldo, Luca Di Lodovico,…
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Sagemont’s Weston Art Students Channel Artist Chuck Close

Our Sagemont High School art students are exploring painting in the style of famed contemporary artist Chuck Close. Close is one of the greatest living a American artists and spends a good deal of time right here in South Florida.

4th Graders Visit Nation’s Oldest City St. Augustine

Visiting the Nation’s Oldest City, St. Augustine, was quite the experience for the 4th graders, chaperones, and teachers. We visited the Old Jail, Pirate Museum, Fountain of Youth, Fort Menendez, Colonial Medicine, and Castillo de San Marcos. In addition, the students got an hour-long trolley tour of St. Augustine and…
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The Sagemont School’s Music Program is Something to Sing About

By Stacey Bomser (As reported in Our City Weston Magazine) 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…
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March Newsletter

Dear Sagemont Families, We are in the process of updating our school website and recently completed a two-day photo shoot highlighting our strengths. The homepage will be more welcoming, easier to navigate, and demonstrate the value of private education. Upcoming school facility improvements are scheduled to be completed this spring……
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Weston 4th Graders Explore the Everglades

Encompassing 1.5 million acres, the Florida Everglades are a wetland that is home to many unique and endangered species. On February 13th Sagemont 4th grade students got an opportunity to explore a small part of those 1.5 million acres. We started the day by taking an airboat ride through the…
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