The Sage School is in the midst of a phased approach to creating a permanent home for The Sage School in Quigley Farm. At the edge of a 1,200 acre conservation easement in Hailey, Idaho, this move will provide access to wilderness, restoration projects, and open space for our students.
The Sage School will be one of many community partners to call Quigley Farm home. The intentional community will promote collaboration and interconnectedness as students develop their sense of place.
This unique location with strong environmental and community connections will facilitate and advance our educational approach and the student experience.
As part of our work to create a thriving future for Sage and its students, we are prioritizing not only the physical campus, but also a set of endowments that will support The Sage School’s people and programs. These endowments will provide a strong and sustainable future for the following:
Providing a flexible tuition model to remove tuition as a primary barrier for students and support a more diverse community.
Attracting, training, and retaining quality faculty.
FIELD STUDY PROGRAM
Immersing students in our community and region to promote awareness, responsibility, and action.
During Phase I of our move (through spring of 2021), we will raise $3M to relocate five modular buildings to Quigley Farm and establish a $1M endowment for People & Programs. This will allow all Sage Students to be learning from Quigley Farm starting for the 2021-22 school year.
If you have questions or would like to learn more about The Sage School’s Quigley Farm Campus, please contact Nate Twichell at .