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Donate Now to Support Our Students

Each donation helps provide an environment where our adolescent students can grow, learn, and thrive.

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Friends of The Sage School,

We are in a complicated, ambiguous, and challenging time. There is not a sector of our globe, our country, or our community, that has not been impacted by the pandemic.

COVID-19 forced us to ask the same simple question confronting everyone at this time: What does this mean? What do we do now? What does the future look like?

The most powerful elements of these reflections have been realizing the relevance of The Sage School, and the different model of education we have created. Last spring taught us 3 things:

  1. Sage adolescents have the skills to build what they need.
  2. Our model creates strong, thriving communities.
  3. The Sage School education is more critical now than ever before.

The Sage School specializes in working with teenagers; in providing them a structure, a curriculum, and a voice to actively participate in the world. Last spring, we saw firsthand the effectiveness and resilience of our model. Students birded from their backyards, wrote articles for the newspaper about the intersection of agriculture and pandemics, created infographics for The Hunger Coalition’s clients, and competed in a local history treasure hunt. The relationships we built and the importance of our students’ work endured, despite our drastically different school days.

At this critical time for both Sage and our students, I hope you will make a gift to help students understand who they are, and how they can change the world.

Thank you for sharing in our vision,

Harry Weekes, Head of School

All donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. The Sage School is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) and our EIN is 27-0273042.

To learn more about making gifts through stock/securities, support our move to Quigley Farm, or other ways to get involved, please contact Nate Twichell at development@thesageschool.org.

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