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Scorpion Debaters Dutton & Lu Shine at Nationals

The National Speech and Debate Association’s championship tournament in Louisville, KY, concluded this week, and proudly representing Sage Ridge School were Maddy Dutton ’23 and Kevin Lu ’23. They joined 5000 students from across the country and competed in a field of over 200 Public Forum teams.

Congratulations Class of 2022!

Congratulations to the Sage Ridge School Class of 2022! Commencement is tomorrow and we cannot wait to watch our 16 seniors walk across the stage and receive their diploma.

Sage Session 2022

Over the past two weeks our students have been participating in several different Sage Sessions! Take a look below for the fun activities they have been doing.

Senior Spotlight: Harper Lopiccolo

Although Harper Lopiccolo only started his Sage Ridge journey at the beginning of his junior year, he immediately felt a sense of belonging. He recalls how warmly he was greeted by everyone, which made the transition to a new high school easier. In these past two years, he has befriended his peers and earned the esteem of the faculty, who nominated him to speak about our pillar of respect and selected him for the Faculty Award at our 2022 Baccalaureate. Harper will benefit from the wealth of experiences he has enjoyed over the past few years as he heads off to California Polytechnic State University--San Luis Obispo.

Signing Day Milestone Celebration!

On Wednesday, 25 May, our students took a brief break from Sage Session to sign a beam that will go up in the Student Activity Center, the future heart and home of our campus. Many staff and faculty members, current and incoming families, trustees and alumni helped us celebrate this historic event. Not everyone who made this possible could be there to join us. To be sure, many who could not be there were very much present in heart and spirit. 

Join us for Food Truck Fridays!

Join Sage Ridge School on June 10, July 29, and August 19 for Food Truck Friday in Idlewild Park! We will have a Sage Ridge School booth with fun games and prizes. Bring your friends and family and wear your Sage Ridge apparel to represent the school!

Senior Spotlight: Kyle Peng

Kyle Peng attended a public school in California with more than 4000 students before transferring to Sage Ridge in the middle of his junior year. As Kyle reflects on his time at Sage Ridge, he realizes that he didn’t care too much about social circumstances at school before he became a Scorpion. Something changed, he realized, during this year’s Outdoor Ed trip to Tamales Bay. Being a part of such a close-knit class inspired him to care more about the community of the Class of 2022. Kyle is headed to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology to study computer science at the next level, and we have every confidence in him and his future. 

Senior Spotlight: Arabella Cullen

Bella Cullen has a lot of Sage Ridge memories. She’s a lifer, meaning she started at the earliest entry point, and she can rattle off a lot of interesting and amusing tales going back as far as fifth grade. Bella is a versatile athlete. When not playing volleyball, Bella was a major contributor to the girls’ basketball program, ran track and field, joined the swim team, and co-founded the Sting Squad. Bella is known among peers in all grade levels as a protective and caring friend and we wish her the best as she heads to Whittier College in the fall.

Senior Spotlight: Adeline Guinasso

Adeline Guinasso knew that she wanted to become a part of the Sage Ridge School community when she shadowed an 8th grade student and saw how excited the students in Mrs. Kuehn’s English class were to discuss To Kill a Mockingbird. Sage Ridge School has exposed Adeline to a wide variety of academic subjects and has provided many new experiences. It has also encouraged her to challenge herself. During her time at Sage Ridge School, she got to play on our volleyball and soccer teams and try out everything from ski racing, debate, mock trial and theater.

Senior Spotlight: Noah Grady

Involved in many aspects of our school community, Noah has also served on the Honor Council and on our student advisory panel, the Prefecture, in the process gaining confidence and building his problem-solving and leadership skills. Noah credits Sage Ridge with teaching him self-discipline and appreciates the role the small size of the school and the invested teachers have played in his success. He feels thoroughly prepared for his next adventure, when he matriculates this fall to California Baptist University.

Senior Spotlight: Logan Reeves

Logan has always enjoyed doing well in school, and he likes to let his curiosity help him make discoveries. He remembers 7th and 8th grade science as some of the most fun classes I’ve had. He’s followed his curiosity in science and has found a particular interest in biology classes. Logan urges students to sample as many extracurricular activities as possible. Sage Ridge is proud to call Logan a scorpion, and we wish him the very best. 

Senior Spotlight: Samantha Kenyherz

Sam has long roots at Sage Ridge School, having started in 6th grade. She was a bit nervous about coming to a new school, until she met fellow senior Bella Cullen and played basketball with her. Since then, Sam has played on many sports teams although basketball has remained her favorite. Our student body vice president, Sam, founded the Last Straw club with three friends in order to bring environmental awareness to our community. Sam has made a great impact on our community and lasting bonds with her fellow students. We wish her all the best as she heads to Boston University this fall!

Golf Finishes Season Strong

In Regionals, Brayden Uppal (‘24) shot a 94, Huxley McKenzie (‘25) shot a 111, and Andrew Barth (‘25) shot a 141. Brayden individually finished 4th place outside of the top 2 teams, securing his bid for the State tournament. Brayden traveled to Las Vegas to compete at the Chimera Golf Club for the Class 1A and 2A State Championship and came in 11th place overall!

Track Team's Success at Regionals as They Compete at State This Weekend

Chloe Huyler ('25) earned 1st place in both the 1600 Meter Run and the 3200 Meter run. Fellow freshmen, Jeremy Gupta ('25) and Celeb Mulvaney ('25), qualified for the State Championship in the Long Jump. Libby Mulvaney ('23) broke the school record for High Jump, clearing a height of 5 feet 6 inches. Carter Burns ('23) qualified for the State Championship in both Discus and Shotput.

Swim Takes on Regionals and State

Freshman Addison Clark ('25) is the youngest State qualifier in the 500 Yard Freestyle event in class 3A girls. Teammate Zach Power ('25) was Regional Champion and State Qualifier in two events: 200 Yard Freestyle and 100 Yard Butterfly. Team captain Alex Power ('22) got his hand to the wall first to become Regional Champion in his specialties: 200 Yard Individual Medley and 100 Yard Breaststroke.

Kamath Wins Best Speaker; MS Debate Team Picks Up Eight Wins At Lumos National Debate

This past Saturday, May 11, nine SRS debaters in grades six through eight competed in the Lumos National Online Debate Tournament. Against older kids from schools in Texas, Massachusetts, and Florida, our kids did exceptionally well! Each team was able to win a round, and a couple of our teams won multiple rounds. This is a great result because we were up against schools with year-long debate programs, and our crew had limited preparation time.

Sage Ridge School Participates in CANstruction 2022

Our sculpture is a representation of the Ukrainian cause in joining the European Union and the necessity of support from the rest of the world. We took the iconic image of France’s Eiffel Tower, and adorned it in the colors of the Ukrainian flag, hoping for bright skies ahead. We at Sage Ridge are looking to highlight one of the gravest humanitarian crises of our time, whilst also supporting the ever-present need to feed those in need.

Sage Ridge Students Perform in Youth Orchestra Concert

The Reno Philharmonic’s Youth Concert Orchestra boasted two Sage Ridge students at their spring showcase on Monday, 2 May at the Pioneer Center: Emerson Evans ('26) on viola and Dominic Hernandez ('29) on violin. We are so proud of these students for all their hours of practice and for representing Sage Ridge in Reno’s thriving music community!

Legendary SRS Debater Mac Cronin '13 Visits Middle School Debaters

SRS's newly formed middle school debate club -- "Debate 68" -- has been meeting after school on Fridays to learn debate basics and to prepare for our upcoming tournament. Last week the team enjoyed a surprise visit from Mac Cronin '13, SRS's two-time NV State Champion and nationally ranked college debater. Mac shared his experience and wisdom with the kids to fire them up for Saturday.

Lower and Middle School Quarters 2 & 3 Pillar Award Recipients!

The Sage Ridge Pillars are the heart of our classroom and social structure. The Pillars provide students and teachers with a code of conduct that fosters social, emotional, and academic growth. Each quarter we recognize Lower and Middle School students who go above and beyond to demonstrate them. Here are the students recognized for Quarter 2&3!

Beyond the Yellow Brick Road: Applauding Those Who Don’t Get Applause

Behind all of the props, set pieces, costumes, lights, mics, speakers, and special effects that make The Wizard of Oz the remarkable show that it is, an incredible team of two Stage Managers, five technicians, and seven crew members work tirelessly behind the scenes in order for the performances to happen. Read more to get to know the crew!

Sage Ridge Boys Golf Named as NIAA State Academic Team Champions

Congratulations to the Boys Golf team for being named NIAA (governing body for Nevada high school sports) 2021-2022 Spring Season Academic Team Champions, a significant honor and achievement for these scholar-athletes. With a combined GPA of 3.80, they came in 1st in the 1A/2A Division, and 2nd out of the 12 boys golf teams.