Weimar Hills provides State Standards aligned curriculum in all core subjects. The State Standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and 21st century skills that our students need for success in college and careers. The Standards also require more critical thinking, problem-solving, and writing across disciplines from students as well as real-world modeling and practice making presentations of their work.
Academic Excellence: Students are recognized at an Academic Excellence Assembly each Trimester.
Principal’s List - earned for all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students achieving a 4.0 GPA (all A’s);
Honor Roll - earned for all students achieving A’s and B’s with no F’s;
VIP - earned by all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students who improve their GPA by .5 or better with no F’s.
CARE Crew is a group of selected 8th grade students who help spread positive culture around campus and community. CARE is an acronym for Cooperate, Accept, Respect, and Encourage. The crew is responsible for modeling the character traits, as well as helping others learn about them. The students in CARE Crew participate in new student orientation, first week of school activities, lunch time/after school activities, anti-bullying lessons as well as the canned food drive and gift drive for our local community.
At Weimar, we are proud to offer a full-featured modern music and arts program.
Rockestra is our modern version of band. Beginning instruction for guitar and drums is offered before school free of charge thanks to a generous donation from our local Placer Hills Education Foundation.
These groups then join forces with the traditional instruments 2 days a week to form our in-house school rock band--Rockestra. They are incredible. This group plays as the backup band for the 8th grade singing performance.
7th Grade Drama:
All students at Weimar cycle through Drama. All 7th grade students learn to create characters using their bodies and their voices. They try their hand at improv and other fun drama games. All students prepare and present a portion of a famous speech. The culminating project in drama is a short film which students create in groups on campus using phones. These films are shown at a campus-wide film festival in the Spring.
8th Grade Media Production: (link to teacher's site page)
In this class, students explore the three main forms of media-photos, audio, and video. They are taught how to communicate and create high quality products with all three of these mediums.
Weimar Hills School
200 W. Weimar Crossroad
Weimar, CA 95736
Phone: (530) 637-4121, Fax: (530) 637-4054