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On September 20th, students from Sequoyah’s high school led a climate strike at Pasadena City Hall to call out climate change inaction. The strike, which occurred from 8:30 AM to around 2:30 PM, was led by twelfth grader Ozzy...
Every once in a while, Gryphon Media Company staff members share articles from around the web with the wider community. Read on to learn about Disney+, Brexit, the 2020 election, and more. Disney+ "Disney+: Todo lo que debes saber sobre la...
This year, Sequoyah has changed how it gets student input on the classes they may offer in the 2019-2020 school year. The Student Curriculum subcommittee of the Steering Committee held a curriculum suggestion meeting to go over potential courses...
Every once in a while, Gryphon Media Company staff members share articles from around the web with the wider community. Read on to learn about the migrant caravan, avocados, holographic marriage, the history of podcasts, and more. Saudi Arabia and...
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, California. Students at the K–8 have camped at the farm before. This is the first...
November 2nd is Día de los Muertos, a Mexican tradition in which our loved ones, who are no longer with us in the physical world, are celebrated and remembered. This is a holiday that is tied to the history...
Every once in a while, Gryphon Media Company staff members share articles from around the web to share with the wider community. Read on to learn about western do-gooders, the #MeToo movement, student activism, pets on planes, and more. Voluntourism “The...
This year Sequoyah’s high school Student Steering Committee includes ninth and tenth grade student representatives, a change from previous years where the committee only included two co-chairs and the chairs of Stewardship committees. The two ninth grade and two...
The first day of Julian Petri’s tenth-grade Humanities class started with a thought-provoking question: What would you do with the next 24 hours of your life if you knew the world was to end the next day? That question...
The Judiciary Committee, a high school Stewardship group supervised by physics teacher Laura Haney, is made up of a group of students dedicated to “creating justice through equity and compassion in the Sequoyah community,” as said by Julian Suh-Toma,...

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