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From Our Kitchen: Shakshuka

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This traditional Israeli breakfast is healthy, delicious, and vegetarian. Break from your normal brunch rut and give this savory one-skillet dish a try. It can also be enjoyed with a side salad and a loaf of crusty bread for dinner. Trust us on this one—you won’t regret it. Serves 8 Ingredients: ¼ cup canola oil 1 medium onion, chopped 1 medium green bell pepper, diced 1 medium yellow bell pepper, diced 7 garlic cloves, minced 1/3 cup tomato paste 1...


Creating an Easy Herb Garden

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Want the benefits of flavorful, garden-fresh herbs, but don’t have a green thumb and tired of shelling out for pricier options at the store? Here are some tips to get you started. Easy Herbs to Try Basil is universally recommended as the starter herb. It not only has a fantastic scent and flavor, but also wilts visibly if under-watered—and, most importantly, bounces back quickly once you do water it. Ten other starter herbs to try are chives, cilantro, dill, mint...


Easy Nutritional Guidance: Understanding the SAGE Spotlight Program®

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Eating well is a lifelong skill that’s difficult to learn in a world filled with persuasive food packaging, marketing and advertising, and fad diets. Enter SAGE’s Spotlight Program, a nutritional program designed to guide students of all ages in making healthy choices. The SAGE philosophy is that no foods are bad—everything has a place when you practice the principles of variety, balance, and moderation. We’re updating our established Spotlight program according to the most recent USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans...


Veg-Centric: Plant-Based Eating

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Q: Dear SAGE, Yesterday, my twelve-year-old came home and said she was interested in eating more plant-based dishes after learning about agricultural deforestation. I’m proud of her environmental convictions, but I’m not sure what that means for her health and our already chaotic dinner routine. Where do I begin? Sincerely, An Overwhelmed Momnivore A: Global eating habits are becoming increasingly plant-based, especially in the traditionally meat-loving West. The motivations that push individuals towards a more plant-based diet, and the items...


Good Nutrient Sources for Plant-Based Eaters

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Plant-based eaters need to be vigilant about incorporating nutrients of concern for underconsumption into their diets, including: iodine, zinc, calcium, protein, iron, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins A, B12, and D. Milk, eggs, poultry, meat, and seafood are naturally rich in many of these nutrients—so if you’re excluding any of these from your diet, use this chart as a guide to ensure that your plant-based eating habits are healthy and nutritionally complete. Read more about the motivations, benefits, and habits...


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