At Sage Oak, we strive to:

Mission Statement

Sage Oak, in collaboration with parents, teachers, students, and the school’s leadership team, cultivates life long learners by recognizing students’ and parents’ needs for educational options. Sage Oak balances flexibility with accountability and high academic excellence for families seeking a non-traditional, personalized educational experience. Sage Oak understands the need for partnership in order for students to attain their personal academic goals.

Vision Statement for Our Students

Sage Oak students are intrinsically motivated learners who are well equipped for life’s challenges and serve their communities, while successfully pursuing their interests with integrity.

Areas of Vision

Sage Oak's Core Values

Student Learning Outcomes

To meet the demands of the 21st century, Community Collaborative Virtual School-Sage Oak Charter School graduates will be:

Creative and Complex Thinkers

  1. Students will propose, evaluate, and use a variety of strategies, tools, and skills to produce solutions.

  2. Students demonstrate the ability to recognize and analyze problems from multiple perspectives including real-world situations.

  3. Students exhibit intellectual courage by advocating for their own learning, seeking help when needed, and persevering when challenged.

Effective Communicators

  1. Students are able to actively engage in a variety of topics through polite and respectful conversation.

  2. Students exhibit articulate, effective, and persuasive communication orally, visually, and in writing to a diverse range of audiences using a variety of methods.

  3. Students will engage in cooperative relationships with teachers and peers.

  4. Students use technology in various forms to effectively communicate and demonstrate knowledge.

Community/Global Participants

  1. Students are prepared to meet the demands of college or career; demonstrating various skills in seeking employment and/or college admission.

  2. Students show respect for self and others and celebrate cultural diversity.

  3. Students will make positive contributions to their community (e.g. register to vote, care for the environment, volunteer).

Empowered and Independent Learners

  1. Students are self-directed, self-disciplined, self-monitored, and demonstrate self-corrective thinking.

  2. Students are curious, inquisitive thinkers, dedicated to lifelong learning.

  3. Students plan and study effectively and efficiently using time management skills.

  4. Students actively participate in the creation and pursuit of personal, academic, and professional goals.

Areas of Service

Sage Oak provides service to families in:

Parent Advisory Council (PAC)

Sage Oak welcomes parent involvement and seeks the advisement of our parents through the PAC . The PAC meets regularly and functions to address and make recommendations regarding specific areas of school operations. Those areas may include:

  1. Curriculum/Instruction/Assessment
  2. Program Development
  3. Fundraising and Grants
  4. Budget, including the LCAP

We believe in providing personalized learning options to our students so they will become lifelong learners and contributing members of society.