Join us for a
Life-Changing Summer at Sand Hill School!
JUNE 26 - JULY 23, 2019
Summer Camp for students entering grades 2-8 in Fall 2019
Welcome to
Sand Hill School
Learn more about what happens day to day at our amazing school...
Jeff Kozlowski, Head of School – Sand Hill School
We help kids find their
inner superhero.
for the 2019-20 school year
Annual Fund
2018 - 2019
Love school. Love kids. Support our Stingrays.
Is your bright child
struggling in school?
Help is here with our 1-on-1 Executive Functioning Coaching for students in grades 1-12
child struggling in school

Sand Hill School—where 1st-8th-grade students with language-based learning differences, ADHD and school-based anxiety learn to love school again.
Magic happens here. Students feel understood and when they feel understood, they feel safe. When they feel safe, they’re more willing to take risks and rediscover their strengths. And once that happens, they never look back. Please come visit. We’d love to meet you.

Why Sand Hill School?

Our students experience success
in school for the first time.

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approach for yourself.

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1st-8th grade Admissions are open.
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Staff Highlight: Nova Consunto, MS, CCC-SLP

Meet Nova Consunto, Speech-Language Pathologist.

Nova has an MS in speech-language pathology and a BA in psychology with a minor in human development. Prior to joining Children’s Health Council, Nova worked with toddlers and school-aged children with speech and language delays in private practice settings. Her areas of interests include child language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, social language/pragmatics disorders and language-based literacy disorders. Learn more about Nova.

End TestimonialSand Hill School has completely changed the academic and social experience for our son! We have seen a huge transformation in how he now approaches work and friendships and takes responsibility. The community is fabulous, the teachers caring. —A Sand Hill Parent