Code of Conduct

We take the safety and comfort of our students very seriously. As part of this commitment, we have adopted an employee Code of Conduct and a policy against Harassment & Bullying of students.

We encourage parents, students, alumni or other members of the school community to report concerns about any violations of these policies to the Head of School or the Chair of the Board of Trustees. They can be reached as follows:

Tucker Foehl, Head of School: tucker[dot]foehl[@]sonomaacademy.org
Tory Nosler, Chair of the Board of Trustees: board[dot]chair[@]sonomaacademy.org

Or through the LiveSafe reporting platform, detailed below.
Members of the Sonoma Academy community may also report suspected violations through LiveSafe, using any device and logging in with an email address or phone number. Though the platform requires that users first establish an account by providing a name and email address, community members may elect to have LiveSafe submit reports to SA anonymously, although this may impact SA’s ability to follow up on your report.

LiveSafe will provide reports to Sonoma Academy, and Sonoma Academy will treat all reports as confidential.

Sonoma Academy will not retaliate against anyone who reports conduct that may violate the Code of Conduct.
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Santa Rosa, CA 95404 
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Sonoma Academy Is...

...the only private, independent, college preparatory high school in Sonoma County. On our beautiful campus nestled at the base of Taylor Mountain in Southeastern Santa Rosa, our students are able to explore their interests and passions in a rigorous and inspiring environment that develops a lifelong love of learning and prepares them for college and beyond.

Sonoma Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.