Sagemont School

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The Sagemont School
Location
Weston, Florida
USA
Information
Type Private
Established 1996
Head teacher Dr. Robert Mockrish, Headmaster
Grades PK3-12
Campus Suburban
Color(s)                Black, Red & White
Mascot Lions
Website

The Sagemont School is a private preparatory school in Weston, Florida, United States.

Overview[edit]

The Sagemont School operates two campuses in Weston. The Sagemont Lower School Campus serves students in PreKindergarten to Grade 5; the Sagemont Upper School Campus serves Grade 6 to 12.

History[edit]

The Sagemont School began in 1996 as a private elementary school, and later expanded to include middle school students. When the Sagemont Lower School opened its new facility in 1996, an annex across the street housed the middle school. In 2000, The Sagemont Upper School was opened, housing both Middle and High School students.

Ownership[edit]

The Sagemont School is owned by Nobel Learning Communities and operated by The Sagemont Corporation.

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