High School

Sage Day High School Programs

SAGE Day offers high school programs for students in grades 9-12 at New Jersey campuses in Rochelle Park and Boonton.

The Boonton curriculum and the Rochelle Park curriculum follow New Jersey core curriculum standards with student therapy fully integrated into the school day. Students take courses in math, science, world languages, social science, art, visual and performing arts, as well as physical education. Study strategies are also incorporated into the curriculum to prepare for the HSPA, the statewide assessment of skills and knowledge, as well as the SAT and other transition planning for Life after SAGE.
Many clubs are also available.

CURRICULUM (Boonton Campus)

Mathematics: Algebra I, Algebra II, Calculus, Financial Literacy, Geometry, General, Pre-Algebra, Pre-Calculus

Humanities: English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12, Language Workshop, Writing Workshop

World Languages: Spanish I, Spanish II

Science: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Forensics, Physical Science, Physics

Social Science: Global Issues, Philosophy, U.S. History I, U.S. History II, World History

Physical Education: Active Sport and Skill Development, Aerobic Exercise, Driver Education, Health and Well-being, Self Defense, Yoga

Visual and Fine Arts: Art Portfolio, Drawing, Painting, Watercolors

Music: Guitar and Bass, Keyboards, Music Appreciation, Percussion

Study Strategies: Computer Applications, HSPA Preparation, Test Preparation, Transition Planning

Electives and Special Programs: College — Career Exploration, Crafts, Creative Writing, Drama, Needle Work, Poetry, Psychology, Stock Market, Strategy Games, Yearbook


Music, Art, Yearbook, Self-Defense, Yoga, Strategy Games, Poetry


CURRICULUM (Rochelle Park)

Mathematics: Algebra I & II, College Prep Math, Financial Literacy, Geometry, Integrated Math (HSPA), Math Workshop, Pre-Calculus/Calculus

Humanities: English 9-12, Journalism, Writing Workshop

World Languages: Spanish I, II, & III

Science: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physical Science, Physics

Social Science: Civics, Psychology, Sociology, U.S. History I, U.S. History II, World History

Physical Education: Cross Training, Driver’s Education, Health, Lifestyle Fitness, Pilates & Yoga, Self Defense & Fitness, Team Sports

Visual Arts: Art Studio, Band, Guitar/Bass, Intro to Piano, Music Theory/Appreciation, Percussion, Portfolio Art, 20th Century Cinema, Visual Arts


Acoustic Club, Advanced Drawing Club, Art Club, Community Service Club, Creative Writing Club, Self Defense & Fitness Club, Sports Club, Strategy Games Club, Student Council, Yearbook Club