Student Activities

Christmas Float photo
    • Arts
      • SAGE Academy Media Center art contests 
      • Workshops with the Raleigh Street Gallery in Siler City
    • Athletics - Basketball and kickball competitions
    • Career Fair - Community members share careers
    • Christmas Parade Float - Participation in the annual Siler City Christmas Parade.
    • Cultural Fair - Cultural fair features artifacts and authentic foods  (In 2015, students highlighted the cultures of the following countries: China, Iraq, France, South Africa.)
    • DEAR (Drop Everything and Read) - Students and staff engage in reading at the beginning of a period on four days a week.
    • Health Fair - Community members and health professionals are available to talk to students about relevant health issues. 
    • Prime Time - During a 30 minute period for 3 days a week, students can participate in clubs and enrichment activities or obtain tutoring.
    • Project Graduation - Project Graduation is an all-night, drug- and alcohol-free party for graduating seniors and their guests. This party is a special way for seniors, on such an exciting evening, to celebrate "their way" safely.
    • Prom - spring dance (The theme for 2015 was the 90s.)
    • Read Across America Day - The National Education Association (NEA) sponsors Read Across America to motivate and promote reading. 
    • Red Ribbon Week - Various activities related to drug awareness are scheduled during the week.  
    • Seminar
      • During a 90 minute period on one day per week, students have an opportunity to complete missing work, retest, make up tests, and receive intensive tutoring, as needed.  
      • Students that are current on assignments engage in enrichment activities.  (In 2015, students participated in theatrical activities with the Shakespeare Theatre Group. Shared Radiance presented "Shared Shakes" with students and staff. Included was a 45 minute interactive session that shared scenes from various Shakespeare plays. Afterwards, a small group of students participated in a mini-workshop. Students were led through a scene from The Tempest.)