Sage Ridge School's Addison Clark '25 will assume the role of Hope Means Nevada teen head chair for Northern Nevada in May 2024. Hope Means Nevada is an organization with a mission to eliminate teen suicide.
SAGE RIDGE SCHOOL
Independent education for grades 3-12
in Reno, Nevada
OUR VISION IS...
Fostering creative thinking and innovative problem-solving
Embodying Sage Ridge's core values - Scholarship, Respect, Integrity, Courage and Community
Everything about our students' experience prepares them to excel in their college of choice and beyond
Average Class Size
Average AP Pass Rate Over the Last 5 Years
of the Student Body Receives Financial Assistance
Faculty Members with Advanced Degrees
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Students start on the path toward independence in an environment emphasizing organization and self-reflection. They are hungry for knowledge and our teachers keep pace with their eagerness through a myriad of techniques that encourage hands-on engagement and critical thinking.
Sage Ridge teachers see Middle School as a rich and rewarding time of growth. Our teachers meet the challenges of these years because they possess content knowledge, teaching expertise, and a deep understanding of how to support social-emotional learning.
Everything about our high school experience prepares students to excel in their college of choice. High school is a time for students to discover their passions while engaging in rigorous critical thinking and gaining mastery of academic disciplines.
Selection for the NV Thespians State Mainstage Showcase in Las Vegas is a big honor for “The Curious Incident” and is not the first time Sage Ridge School has received an invitation to perform on the mainstage.
Sage Ridge School FIRST LEGO Robotics 4th- and 5th-graders win multiple awards at the State Championship and an invitation to compete at the June 2024 international WPI Open Invitational in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Gold Key Award Winners Ana Treadway ‘27 and Owen Heaphy ‘27 will have their work displayed publicly from January 31-February 28, 2024. Treadway’s “Beautiful Inside Out,” which also received an American Visions nomination, will be on view at the Nevada Museum of Art and Heaphy’s “Golden” will be on view at the University of Nevada, Reno’s Sheppard Contemporary Gallery.
Graduate E.B. Armstrong '13 discusses how Sage Ridge School prepared her for Vanderbilt University, Harvard Business School, and her career at McKinsey & Company. She also talks about her favorite memories from Upper School and advice for current students.