Upper School Visual Arts

In addition to fulfilling their art requirement with courses in performing arts, Upper School students have the option to take Visual Art classes. A variety of classes are offered in both 3-dimensional and 2-dimensional mediums. Classes include ceramics (both functional and sculptural), drawing, painting, printmaking, and mixed media.

Both in and out of class, our students have produced exceptional work. Just walking through campus, one can see some of these quality pieces. Bright, beautiful paintings and drawings created in the Studio Art classes are posted right above the well-constructed, detailed clay formations made in the Ceramics classes right in the Atrium. They express perfectly the detail, effort, and skill that students put into the projects. 

See examples of some student-produced art below!

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All School Community Service Day

This year, Sage Ridge had its first ever All School Community Service Day! On Wednesday, February 5th, the whole school participated in a service activity that benefited the community somehow. Everyone helped in different ways. A group of parents and staculty members organized the service opportunities, transportation, and supervision for the activities.

Behind the Scenes of Matilda!

Sage Ridge School puts on two theatrical productions a year, typically one play and one musical. This year, the Sage Ridge theater crew put on the musical Matilda, based on the book Matilda by Roald Dahl.

Students at a Buddy Event

For over 20 years, our grade 8 students have served as mentors to first grade students at Bernice Mathews Elementary School as part of our Buddy Program. 

Explore Extracurriculars: Mock Trial

A Mock Trial team was officially formed in 2019 at Sage Ridge. In Mock Trial, students role play a trial, acting as various legal professionals and witnesses to learn about the legal process and what a trial may actually look like. 

Grade 3 Chautauqua

In January 2020, Grade 3 students led by Mrs. Bratt prepared and delivered Chautauqua speeches on historical figures of their choice. In this process, Grade 3 students were introduced to research tasks, built public speaking skills within their class, and learned about notable people from history.