Sage Day At Rochelle Park
The Sage Day Mission: Provide a safe, small, therapeutic and challenging educational environment.
Integrate social, emotional and academic growth through the collaboration of students, families and staff.
Empower and prepare students with the skills needed to realize their potential and achieve success.
Our student population is described as bright and "emotionally fragile." We help our students gain or regain a belief in themselves on order to prepare for college and/or the work place.
We are very proud of our program and the work that we do with our students.
Our dedicated staff develop strong professional relationships with our students.
Please contact us for more information. For the emotionally fragile student seeking a safe and supportive school community, Sage Day can be the best choice.
- School Type: Special Education School
- Grades: 9-12
- Students: 91 students
- Average class size: 8 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Summer School Offered
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 39%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
Average Class Size
Classroom Dress Code
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
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