• Pennies for Patients

    The Sage School is happy to announce for the 3rd year in a row we have raised money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. This year we were able to raise our highest amount of $115.85.  Congrats to all that participated and helped out this worthy cause.

  • Brandon is one of our great internship success stories!  Please click the link below and go to the success tab.

    The Sage School Staff is so proud of you!  Way to go Brandon!! And thank you Gurney’s for your support!


  • “I am a graduate of Souhegan High School ’99, and  earned a Bachelors in English, with a minor in French from Lafayette College (Easton, PA) ’03.  I spent some time in the book and magazine publishing world post-college through 2006, and also went to culinary school at The Cambridge School of Culinary Arts in Porter Square (MA). My mom and I had our own personal chef business and through the teaching of small classes, I realized my love of teaching. I went to Franklin Pierce University from 2010-2013, earning a Master’s in Education in Secondary English with certifications in English 5-12, General Special Education and Specific Learning Disabilities. I am also a current student of Middlebury College’s summertime Bread Loaf School of English, where I am a candidate for a Masters in Arts. In my spare time, I love to stay busy by cooking, playing games, writing free-verse poetry, gardening, kayaking, hiking, skiing, reading novels, and enjoying events with family and friends.”

  • Bus Routes Here!

    Routes and stops have changed. Check carefully for your route / stop!

    MHS – MMS Bus Routes Updated 8-26-2014

    MASON 2014-15 ROUTES

  • Jonah Calabria saying good-bye to Ms. Johnson as he starts college on January 21, 2014!  Congrats Jonah we are all very proud of you at the Sage School – Best Wishes!

  • Pennies for Patients
  • Internship Success Story
  • Welcome Ms. Ginsberg
  • College Bound

Sage Mission Statement

The Milford Alternative School, known as the Sage School, provides educational and therapeutic programming for students in grades six through twelve identified as “high risk” or with a serious emotional disability.

The mission of the Milford Alternative School is to provide an alternative, safe, and supportive environment in which students can achieve their academic potential and develop the skills and competencies necessary for employment, further education, and daily life.

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5/13/15 – Early Release Day

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Nashua Community College field trip on 2/18/15

The Sage School students had the opportunity to explore the Nashua Community College Campus in Nashua, NH.  They visited all the different programs that NCC offers to students.  Not only did they v View More

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Upcoming Events

Career Field Trip – June 9th – Silver Knights Education Day

January 18, 2014 | View Details

Early Release on 5/13/15 Teacher Workshop

January 18, 2014 | View Details

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fundraiser Success!

January 18, 2014 | View Details

Weekly Incentives

July 18, 2013 | View Details

Wellness Events At Sage

November 16, 2013 | View Details

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