The Sagemont School

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  • 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

What's special?

STEM | Dual-enrollment available | Brand new Visual and Performing Arts facility and Black Box Theatre

The Sagemont School is proud to offer Pre-Professional Programs, wherein students focus on areas of study including Business, Science and Law. Spanning a diverse selection of classes and co-curricular activities, these programs will prepare Lions for college and beyond by providing specific insight and concrete experience in their chosen career paths or a path they think they would like to explore. The Sagemont Pre-Professional Programs typically conclude with students participating in an honors-weighted internship at institutions such as the Cleveland Clinic, YMCA, local law firms and dental clinics. Our students may also combine classes from Programs to create their own individualized Pre-Professional Curriculum.

100% including: Columbia University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), New York University

Fast facts

1995
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Coed 300 (9-12) students
20% international students
19, Student/faculty ratio: 10:1
30 , 75% with advanced degrees
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8-12
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (FLL)
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Academics

Honors and AP add

Advanced placement courses:

Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, Computer Science A, Computer Science Principles, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Environmental Science, European History, Microeconomics, Physics 1: Algebra based, Psychology, Spanish Language and Culture, Spanish Literature and Culture, Statistics, Studio Art: 2-D Design, Studio Art: Drawing, US Government and Politics, US History

Honors courses:

AP 20 classes, Honors 8 classes

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Marking System:

Report cards are issued approximately one week following the conclusion of each grading period. However, the final report card will 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.

Graduation Requirements:

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
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Special Programs

Sagemont Pre-Professional programs include the: International Entrepreneurship Program, International Marketing & Communications Program, Computer Science Program, International Pre-Law Program, Pre-Medical & Dental Program, and Engineering Program.  See complete details.

ACT Scores

Average ACT score: 24

SAT Scores

Average SAT score: 1595

Accreditation

The Sagemont School is accredited by the AdvancED

Arts add

Studio Arts, Band, Chorus, Digital Media, Film, Guitar, Instrumental Music, Percussion, Piano, Private Music Lessons, Theater
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Athletics

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Swimming and Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Volleyball

Campus features

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

Extracurricular activities

  • 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
Spanish

Admissions Requirements

2.5

56 iBT

Not required

SKYPE

Rolling

CEEB 101814

Estimated Costs

$46,750 

$6,800 Summer Orientation/ESL including homesaty
$2,600 ESL
$4,000 Weekly Tutoring Support (if required)
$1,650 Tablet & Accessories (required)
$1,500 International Student Fee
$1,500 Registration Fee
$1,073 Health Insurance

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