SAGE Academy is a small, student-centered high school with a focus on developing world citizens. Located in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, we strive to provide a superior education for students who struggle in a large school setting or with traditional forms of instruction. SAGE prides itself on its commitment to service and project-based learning.

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Jan 16: Senator John Hoffman visited SAGE for a Q&A on current political topics. Click for more photos!

Dec 10: SAGE stars in the CW's news report on Cultural Jambalaya. Click to watch!

Nov 6: SAGE students learn about nature and practice team building at our camping overnight. Click for more photos!

Sept 17: Student Nick and teacher Cari-Ana presented civil rights issues to MN's senators in DC
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FAFSA Workshop at SAGE on 2/19
Posted 1/20/15
Join us on February 19 at 6PM for a FAFSA workshop. Minnesota College Goal and SAGE staff will be on hand to discuss the information needed, and help students complete their FAFSA. Students--do you know students at other schools who need help? Bring them along! All student participants will be entered to win a $500 scholarship.
Please Bring:
- Social Security number or alien registration number
- Driver's license number, if you have one
- 2014 tax information for student and parents: returns, records of untaxed income, and information on savings/investments

Senator John Hoffman Visits SAGE
Posted 1/20/15
On Friday 1/16, Senator John Hoffman visited with students for a Q&A on current political topics, including education and human trafficking. Click here for the Facebook album.

Prom at GoFundMe
Posted 1/14/2015
The prom committee needs your help! Now seeking donations for this year's prom at GoFundMe.

SAGE Featured in Cultural Jambalaya News Piece
Posted 1/15/2015
SAGE students and social studies teacher Cari-Ana were interviewed for the CW's news piece on Cultural Jambalaya. Watch it here!

Wood Duck Houses a Success
Posted 12/8/14
Last year, SAGE students, in conjunction with Three Rivers Parks, built and installed new bird houses to support Minnesota's wood duck population. The results are in: Three Rivers saw an improvement in hatching rates this spring! You can view their report, here.

Family Night & Chilli Cook Off
Posted 12/1/14
Family Night is coming up on Tuesday, December 9th! Join us for a chilli cook off, raffles, and presentations by SAGE's students. Donations for the raffle now being accepted. Admission is $6 (dinner and raffle ticket included); additional raffle tickets are $1. Dinner starts at 6PM.

Boys' Basketball
Posted 12/1/14
The boys' basketball season has opened! Come cheer on Elisheick, Raja, and the combined Prairie Seeds/SAGE Academy team at their home game tonight, or check out their game schedule for other chances to see them in action.

SAGE Spotlighted in Newsletter
Posted 10/14/14
This month, SAGE was selected to be spotlighted in the EdVisions "COOP Columns" newsletter. Our expeditionary learning was highlighted, as well as our international exchange students and the work of StandUP. Read it for yourself by clicking here!

Latin Music Comes to SAGE
Posted 10/2/14
In honor of Latino History Month, performers Sally Ramirez and Doug Robinson presented "Latin & World Music: A Journey In Song," an interactive musical performance.

SAGE goes to Washington D.C.
Posted 10/1/14
In celebration of Constitution Day, CloseUp and the Civics Renewal Network provided a student from each of the 50 states an opportunity to visit Washington D.C. and participate in the civil rights process. SAGE student Nick M. was chosen as Minnesota's representative. Together with our social studies teacher Cari-Ana, he visited the offices of Senators Klobuchar and Franken and presented on civil rights issues on behalf of our state.

SAGE Awarded 2014 School Finance Award
Posted 8/26/2014
SAGE Academy was awarded the 2014 School Finance Award by the Minnesota Department of Education, in recognition of its prompt and accurate financial reporting.

Over $1,100 Raised by Stand Up
Posted 5/27/2014
Congratulations to Stand Up! Over the 2013-14 school year, these students raised over $1,100--meeting and exceeding their original goal of $1,000. The money will go to the Breaking Free organization, helping to supply housing, supplies, and continuing education for victims of human trafficking.

SAGE Science Teacher Recognized for Outstanding Teaching
Posted 5/16/2014
Congratulations to Heidi! Due to her engaging curriculum and strong connections with our students, she was selected for the University of Minnesota's College of Biological Sciences' "20 under 30 Award," recognizing up and coming alumni. Read the announcement on the University's webpage, here, and on the Examiner's site, here.