Our lower school students will tell you that they have so much fun each day that they don't even notice the time flying by nor the vast amount of knowledge that they are acquiring. Grade 3 is no different.
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Upon entering the grade 4 classroom, a combination of rustic charm and intense engagement meets the senses.
The grade 5 classroom is a striking reminder that grade 5 students are still children and yet children can do great things.
Class of 2024
Evan is a scholar, leader, and athlete. He is a member of Student Government which is responsible for planning fun events for the students throughout the year.
Class of 2026
Dedicated to pursuing both creative pursuits and academic challenges, Michelle's typical days are filled with friends and the acquisition of knowledge.
Class of 2025
Every morning, Sitara wakes up at 5:30 a.m in order to meditate and decompress. She likes to be able to rest herself in preparation for the day, while also finishing the homework she did not finish the night before.
Class of 2020
Aryan is a senior with a lot on his plate. On top of dealing with college applications, Aryan has a unique schedule including 2 math classes, 2 science classes, and 4 APs.
Class of 2021
Griffin Lovato is a student that has a huge range of interests. From learning about the human body in Anatomy & Physiology to making his own artwork in his free time, Griffin is someone who always seems engaged in what he does.
Class of 2023
Josh is currently a freshman at Sage Ridge. As a student athlete, Josh is very passionate about sports, basketball in particular.
Class of 2021
Two-time State Champion Golfer, member of Youth Legislature, and student government member, Leila is one of many strong members of the Sage Ridge community.
Class of 2021
An incredibly hard-working athlete and scholar, Nate Mulvaney is not only dedicated to his work and ambitions in life, but is also a kind and sincere friend, and an ally to his peers.
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.
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.
Speech and Debate at SRS is a well-loved, strong extracurricular program. Sage Ridge competes in the Sagebrush League of the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) in local tournaments in Northern Nevada high schools, with one trip each year to a state tournament, where high schools from Southern Nevada also compete.
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.
Grade 8 students dissect four specimens during their study of biology. These experiences provide physical exploration of the concepts covered by the curriculum and expose Sage Ridge students to the realities of studying biology.
Basketball has become the sport at the core of our Scorpion Pride! Bleachers are filled with fans and the enthusiasm is deafening. But it was not always this way.
Senior Seminar: a capstone of every Sage Ridge Upper School experience. The theme of the class is human rights; students explore how human rights have evolved throughout history and why they are important to think about.
Reflections by Ethan Vicks ('22). At the end of my freshman year, I decided that I would force myself to do a Spring sport since I hadn’t done any other sports the whole year. I did not know what sport I would choose out of Boys Golf, Boys and Girls Track and Field and Boys and Girls Swimming.