Our Team-Approach contributes to the growth and development of our NJ students dealing with emotional struggles
“Here we will do what others say you cannot.”
These are the words that greet students when they enter the door of Sage Day. It’s how prospective students and families know they have found a truly unique school community that understands their issues, challenges and struggles. Our focus is on the whole student and we are strongly committed to intellectual and emotional growth. In our experience, this is what best empowers students to fulfill their potential as lifelong learners and productive members of society.
We are a school that holds ourselves accountable in the same ways that we hold our students accountable. We set standards and expectations and evaluate our progress continually to build upon and improve the learning experience of adolescents. Here are a few examples of some recent policies and initiatives:
- We undergo an intensive accrediting process by an independent accrediting body. Sage Day opted for the more rigorous and student-centered Accreditation for Growth Protocol administered by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges.
- We adopt best practices in therapeutic education. Our organizational structure ensures that clinical therapists are supervised and mentored by a clinical director, and all of our clinical directors receive equally intensive supportive supervision. Faculty, therapists and appropriate staff members conference and meet regularly on student needs and issues.
- We work as a team to implement the highest ethical standards and live by these standards.