It is necessary to clear up some things that have been said about Sage one here:
“Snobby” rich students:
Admittedly, there are many "rich" students, but that really doesn't mean that they're all snobby. Most snobby people are the ones who go around bashing Sage's name because their rich parents who buy them Mercedes and BMW's want them to get a good education against their will. So then these people take out their anger by doing everything from posting MySpace bulletins to Urban Dictionary definitions to sabotage Sage’s name. All that can be said is that they represent a very small fraction of the community, and probably should be ignored.
Sage also has a pretty amazing community, where people are generally accepted as they are. However, there are also a few individuals (Sage haters) who like to make it look like Sage is a safe haven for nerds who would otherwise be "beaten up on a daily basis". This is not true. Because at Sage, people don't even get lame-ass labels like "nerd", "jock", or "prep". Because smart, athletic and generally well-balanced people actually do exist, and they go from Sage to Harvard, Yale, Stanford etc. And people in this ...
by real Sage student who knows the bullshit about Sage isn't true September 27, 2006 add a video add an image
a nice place to be where a kid can learn things quickly and efficiently
a place with downfalls just like any other HS
There are obviously some pretty interesting opinions on this page already. I suggest you read them if you like atrocious spelling.
Sage Hill is a small school with passionate teachers, small class sizes, and (admittedly) lots of wealthy white kids. The parking lot has some very large and expensive cars, but (thankfully) not all of them are Escalades with gold-plated rims.
Founders' goals include: Getting ALL students into 4-year colleges or universities; reflect the county's diverse population; excelling in sports and performing arts.