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Grades 2-8 | 2021-22 School Year
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Back to school safely
with Sand Hill’s best-in-class distance and hybrid learning model.
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Discover strengths.

Because Sand Hill students learn differently, we teach differently.

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Welcome to
Sand Hill School
Learn more about what happens day to day at our amazing school...
Chris Harris, MEd Kriewall-Haehl Family Sand Hill School Interim Head of School Chief Schools Officer, Children’s Health Council
Our students feel a
sense of belonging
at Sand Hill for so many reasons.

Come see why...

Sand Hill School students
Find out about the

Sand Hill Approach

Christopher Harris, Head of School
We help kids find their
inner superhero.
for the 2020-21 school year
Sand Hill School students are super heroes!
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Why Sand Hill School?
Our students experience success in school for the first time.
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2nd–8th grade admissions are open. Apply today.
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Learn to love school again.

At Sand Hill School, we’re dedicated to helping 2nd – 8th grade students with language-based learning differences, ADHD and school-based anxiety learn to love school again.

Sand Hill School Students
Strengths-based learning for 2nd - 8th grade kids with dyslexia and other learning differences.
Kids at Sand Hill learn to believe in themselves and love school again so they can acquire the academic and social emotional skills they need for lifelong success.
Staff Highlight: Jennifer Jones
Meet Jennifer Jones. Jennifer has worked with children for over ten years as a teacher's assistant. She graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and has worked in non-public schools focusing on children with autism and other special needs. Jennifer plans to continue her education to obtain a credential in Special Education.
Learn More About Jennifer