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Remali de Silva

Sequoyah’s Third Annual All-School Read Brings up Discussion of Masculinity, Immigration, and Guatemalan Culture

Sequoyah School’s third annual Summer Reading Event, which took place on Friday, September 11th, convened for the first time virtually. To celebrate...

Sequoyah’s Message to the High School Community

On the evening of July 23rd, in “response to questions and comments about a recent online posting regarding a sexual assault allegation,”...

Class of 2019 Responds to Sequoyah Sexual Assault Allegations

On Saturday, July 18th, an Instagram account named @wewillnotbesilenceed, a platform for survivors of sexual assault, posted a message from a Sequoyah...

Sequoyah’s Second Graduating Class: See Their Plans for Next Year

Sequoyah School's class of 2020, the high school's second graduating class, completed high school today. From gap years pursuing interests, to enrolling...

Walking out with More Than a Signature on the Line!

On the morning of October 12th, Sequoyah School students “walked out” of classes to protest against the normalization of rape culture and sexual harassment,...

Julian Petri or Socrates? Whose trail to philosophical questions is better?

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...

The Search for Student Parking

With Sequoyah adding a junior class this year, the administration has more student accommodations to consider, including student parking. While there is currently no...

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

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