Saturday, December 15th, 2018

A Person’s Preferred Identity

Humans have a tendency to name things; we name our pets, our stuffed animals, even small inanimate objects. Humans also have a tendency to...

Apple Special Event Recap

A few weeks ago, Apple held a special event at the Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn, New York. At the event, Apple released...

What to Do in Old Town

Old Town Pasadena is an amazing place to hang out, chill, and savor delicious food. Old Town first began as the center of the...

High School’s First Retreat to Quail Spring

Later this week, Sequoyah will be sending its eleventh and twelfth graders on a four-day, three-night retreat at Quail Springs Permaculture Farm in Maricopa,...

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A Look at the Future

As Sequoyah High School finishes its first year, the school is already deep into planning changes for the second. New teachers and staff have...

Sequoyah to go on First International Trip in Over a Decade

Sequoyah's high school, in its second year, is sending tenth and eleventh graders on two ten-day trips to Costa Rica during Mod 7, the...

Summerhouse In, Steve & Kate’s Out

Sequoyah is launching a new summer camp, Sequoyah Summerhouse, in the summer of 2017. The camp, which starts on June 26th and ends August...

New Faculty Brings Diversity, Expands Community in Second Year of High...

Not only the student body but also the faculty has doubled in Sequoyah High School’s second year. This has created a new diversity of...

Hiring Spree at K–8

This fall there are five new teachers at the K–8 campus, the most new teachers hired since the school expanded enrollment in 2013. Treehouse Kim Diaz...

Students Talk About Talking Leaves

This year, Sequoyah High School has begun a new and distinctive co-curricular program called “Talking Leaves.” At the end of each term in the...