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    Sagemont School ::: Weston, Florida ::: Southeast U.S.

    The Sagemont School, Weston, Florida

     

    • Includes two lovely campuses 20 minutes from Atlantic Coast beaches and 15 minutes west of Fort Lauderdale
    • 300 students; average class size 19 students; student/faculty ratio 10:1
    • Coeducational day school; no religious affiliation
    • Advanced placement and honors courses offered
    • University placements include Columbia University, Harvard University among others
    • ESL

    Founded

    1995

    Climate

    Subtropical

    Student Body

    300 students (grades 9-12); 20% international

    Average Class Size

    19 students 

    Faculty

    30 faculty; 75% with advanced degrees

    Student/Faculty Ratio

    10:1

    College Placement

    100% university placement including Columbia University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins Univesity, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), New York Universtiy among others

    Honors & AP

    Advanced Placement: 2D Design Portfolio, American Government, Art-Drawing Portfolio, Biology, Calculus AB & BC, Chemistry, English Language & Composition, English Literature & Composition, Environmental Science, European History, French, Microeconomics, Music Theory, Physics 1, Psychology, Spanish, Spanish Language & Culture, Spanish Literature, Statistics, US History

    Honors: Business Management & Law, Business Ownership, Calculus, Concert Band, Debate, Digital Art III, Drawing III, French III, French IV, Painting III, Physics, Portfolio I, Pre-Calculus, Probability & Statistics with applications, Spanish III, Spanish IV

    Marking System

    Report cards are issued approximately one week following the conclusion of each grading period.  However, the final report card willl be issued approximately two weeks from the conclusion of school.  Report cards reflect a snapshot of a student's progress to that point within a grading period.  Only semester grades are recorded on a student's high school transcript.

    Sagemont utilizes the standard grading system: A=90-100; B=80-89; C=70-79; D=60-69; F=0-59. The 4.0 grading system is used for all academic courses.

    Programs of Study

    The minimum graduation requirements for grades 9 through 12 are as follows:

    Language Arts/English - 4 credits
    Social Science/History - 3 credits
    Science - 3 credits
    Mathematics - 4 credits
    Foreign Language - 2 credits
    Fine Arts/Preforming Arts - 1 credit
    Physical Education/Health - 1 credit
    Leadership Techniques - online through Florida Virtual School -1 credit
    Electives - 5 credits

    Community Service - 25 hours per year of enrollment

    World Languages: French, Spanish

    SAT/ACT Score: Average SAT =1595; Average ACT =24

    Accreditation

    Sagemont School is accredited by AdvancED

    Athletics

    Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross-country, Flag Football, Golf, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball

    Arts: 

    Studio Arts, Chorus, Concert Band, Digital Media, Fashion Design, Guitar, Instrumental Lessons, Percussion Ensemble, Rock Band, Theater

    Extracurricular Activities

    Clubs: Art Club, Book Club, Chess Club, Debate Club, Drama Club, Drumline, Environmental Club, Guitar Club, International Club, Jazz Band, Math Club, National Honor Society, Science Club

    Facilities:

    Academic complex, 2 Art Studios, Athletic Fields, Band room, Gymnasium, Library, Media-technology center, Outdoor cafe and patio, Student center, Swimming pool, Theater, Weight room

    ESL

    Comprehensive ESL program for writing, reading and vocabulary