The Sagemont High School

The Sagemont High school is a private school outpatient for male and female in the city of Weston, Florida State.

The mission of the school is creation a learning environment that encourages and interested to inspire for children with serious thinking, reach the highest potential and grow to become a useful citizen of the international community. The future leaders are the one who are created by the Sagemont School: well education and extensive knowledge, so that be able to succeed in university environment and life later. Every year, there are about 260 indigenous students and 20 international students coming to enroll at the school.

Living Environment

The school is situated in the city of Weston Florida State, just 15 miles southwest of Fort Lauderdale. Weston City has outdoor amusement parks and sports activities throughout the year Tequesta Trace and Parks in the Weston area are currently operating with all capacities including many basketball, volleyball and soccer playgrounds. The climate of the city is hot during the summer sometimes the temperature up to 80 degrees F and becoming cool during the winter with temperature up to 60 degrees F.

Studying Costs

Total of costs in 2015 to 2016 is 48,000 USD per year including tuition, accommodation, care and guardianship but not including insurance.


Student will be stayed with a native family who is carefully chosen in and around the area of ​​Weston. A guardian was appointed to assist and supervise students and indigenous families during the study period in the US.

Extracurricular activities

Students at the school will be participated in some extracurricular classes including Art Club, Book Club, Builders Club, Chess Club, Critics Award Program, Drama Club, Environmental Club, French Honor Society, Forensics Club, High School Student Government, Key Club, Model United Nations, Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society), National Honor Society, Newspaper, Peer Mediation, Quill & Scroll Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Thespian Honor Society, and Yearbook

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