Year: 2019

Sage Team Places 10th in State Competition

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Congratulations to The Sage Team, who placed 10th in the Massachusetts State Competition for MATHCOUNTS held at Wentworth Institute of Technology!! Way to go, Sagers! The Sage Team: (left to right) back row: Math Department Chair and Sage Team Coach, Mr. C-W, eighth grader, William D., and seventh grader, Achyuta A.; front row: seventh grader, Thomas D., sixth … Read More

Honk! JR. Cast Delivers Showstopping Performance

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Sage School Theater Company gave an incredible performance of Honk! JR. this weekend in front of an audience of over 300 at The Norwood Theatre. Based on the tale of the Ugly Duckling, Honk! JR. provided attendees of all ages a performance filled with colorful backdrops, custom made props and costumes, creative dance performances, … Read More

Sagers Take Home Eight MSMUN Awards

Monday, February 11, 2019

The Sage School Model United Nations Team attended the Middle School MUN Conference, host by Boston University Academy (BUAMUN). The two-day conference brought together over 300 student delegates from schools across New England, as well as a school in Washington D.C., and Honduras. With seven Sage alumni chairing committees, students in grades 5-8 debated topics … Read More

Students Present BattleBots at LearnLaunch Conference

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

On Friday, February 1, five students of The Sage School presented their BattleBot projects at the Learning Innovation Showcase as part of the LearnLaunch Institute Conference in Boston, MA. The conference brings together a community of educators, investors, and entrepreneurs interested in expanding innovation to transform learning using digital technologies. The Learning Innovation Showcase is … Read More

Sage Places Second in MATHCOUNTS Chapter Competition

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

On Saturday, February 2, The Sage School hosted the Metro South Chapter Competition for MATHCOUNTS, a national program that provides students in Grades 6-8 the opportunity to compete in live, in-person contests against and alongside their peers. “We were excited to host for the third year in a row,” said John Cobbett-Walden, Math Department Chair and … Read More