Welcome! Summer at Sage offers middle school and high school students the opportunity to immerse themselves in credit and/or non-credit classes, workshops and camps on our state-of-the-art Sage Hill campus. Students will experience the Sage Hill difference while learning in small classes with Sage Hill faculty, as well as at our athletic facilities with our fantastic coaching staff. Consider the exciting opportunities Summer at Sage has to offer! Students of all schools are welcome and encouraged to attend our Camp Sage, Credit Classes, and Enrichment Workshops.

Registration is now open! See below for registration links.

Course availability is on a first-come, first-served basis and classes fill quickly! For full course descriptions and more information, please explore all of the navigation tabs at the top of this website. Registration will close one week before the start of the camp, class or workshop.

Current Sage Hill Students

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Newly Enrolled Students or Non-Sage Hill Students

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Credit Classes: Complete a year’s work and earn a full year’s credit through daily classes and regularly assigned homework. Sage Hill students who successfully complete an academic credit course receive graduation credit on their transcripts, as well as a letter grade incorporated into their GPA (students from other high schools must confirm their own school’s credit requirements). Please note that credit classes taken while a student is in grades 6-8 will not apply toward Sage Hill’s graduation requirements if that student ends up attending the School.

Credit classes meet daily for five weeks, June 27 to July 29 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM, or 12:30 to 4:30 PM. Courses taught by Sage Hill faculty.

Sage Connected Credit Classes: Sage Connected combines a flexible high school online environment with periodic campus visits for assessments and group work. Sage Hill students who successfully complete a Sage Connected course receive graduation credit on their transcript as well as a letter grade that will be incorporated into their GPA (students from other high schools must confirm their own school’s credit requirements). All Sage Connected classes meet virtually for five weeks, June 27 to July 29, with various on-campus meeting times.

Camp Sage: Camp Sage is an exciting opportunity for middle school students to experience Sage Hill School. Students 10-14 years old, and entering grades 5-8, are invited to attend our day camps filled with a variety of activities. Students will choose an AM and PM activity, and each day includes a Teaching Kitchen lunch! Camp Sage's week-long camps will be offered from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM during the following weeks:

Week 1: July 5-8 (camp will not meet on July 4) Week 2: July 11-15 Week 3: July 18-22

Enrichment Workshops: We are pleased to offer workshops and enrichment classes that provide extraordinary learning experiences for students interested in exploring new interests, strengthening skills, or advancing their current understanding in non-traditional classes. Classes are open to all students from all schools (with the exception of Cracking the College Essay, which is open only to Sage Hill students). Students will not receive credit for these enrichment classes and workshops. These workshops will be offered:

Week of July 25 Week of August 1 Week of August 8

Athletic Camps: Sage Hill Athletic Camps provide current and entering Sage Hill students an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the sport(s) in which they will participate in the upcoming 2022-2023 school year.

Campus Access and Health Screenings Sage Hill School uses Titan HST, an emergency alert and mass notifications system, to help us collect daily COVID-19 pre-screening surveys for all students before they enter campus. Summer at Sage students/parents must download the Titan HST app to their smartphone and take a daily health screening survey BEFORE arriving at the Sage Hill campus. Please click here to read more about Titan. Any answers to the screening process that do not meet our standards for access will result in a referral to the School Nurse for further evaluation. Masking At this time, all Summer at Sage and Camp Sage participants on the Sage Hill campus will no longer be required to wear a face mask, regardless of vaccination status. Although face masks are no longer required, the California Department of Public Health still strongly recommends their use. Sage Hill School is also removing its COVID visitor policy and will no longer require proof of vaccination or negative test. Going forward, rapid testing will be available on an as needed basis in the School Nurse’s office. This policy is subject to change before Summer at Sage and Camp Sage begins, based on the latest guidance from the California Department of Public Health and local county authorities. Please note: The Campus Access and Health Screenings policy is subject to change. Sage Hill School will notify Summer at Sage families with any changes. Refund Policy Sage Hill School reserves the right to cancel a Summer at Sage class, workshop or athletic camp in which case students/athletes will be notified at least one week before the start date of the class/workshop/athletic camp and a refund will be issued. March 1, 2022: Registration Opens June 1, 2022: Deadline for full refund (less $100 non-refundable deposit.) *No refunds will be given after this date* June 27, 2022: Credit classes begin A non-refundable deposit of $100 will be withheld from all refunds.

Attendance and Add/Drop Policy Sage Hill students who successfully complete an academic course credit during Summer at Sage will receive graduation credit, which will appear on their transcripts, as well as a letter grade that will be incorporated into their GPA. Students may not miss more than two classes during Summer at Sage to receive credit. If a student misses more than two days, they will be dropped from the class and can no longer attend. Students are not allowed to audit classes. If a student tests positive for COVID and will need to miss more than two days of an academic summer at sage course, the student will be given access to the class remotely. Sage Hill will not offer Distance Learning for any classes under any circumstance. Students enrolled in a Sage Connected course may not miss any of the required on-campus class days. Any credit course dropped after July 6, 2022 will result in a notation of W/F (withdraw fail) or W/P (withdraw pass) on the student’s transcript. Students are not permitted to withdraw from a credit course after July 15, 2022.

Flik Cafe Our school cafeteria will be open from 7:30 AM - 1:30 PM from June 27 - July 29. They will be closed for the rest of the summer.