Welcome to Sequoia Village School

Show Low, Arizona

"Building a Better World One Student at a Time"

Sequoia Village is a K-12 tuition-free, Arizona charter school.  We offer highly qualified teachers and academic programs that exceed Arizona State Standards education.  Our school is small with only a few hundred students so our students get the individual attention they require.  See our School Report Card from the Arizona Department of Education.  We offer transportation and a free after school program including sports programs, music and tutoring.  We thank you for your interest in Sequoia Village.

Students in grades K-8 recieve classroom instruction by Highly Qualified Teachers. Small class sizes allow teachers to give the personalized academic attention your child needs. We offer a gifted program for students who are able to learn more quickly.
 
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Sequoia Village School - Recent News
Statement of Intent to Submit the 21st Century After School Program Grant Application
Statement of Intent to Submit the 21st Century After School Program Grant Application
Posted on 04/09/2014
Sequoia Village School was a grant recipient for the five year 21st Century After School Program Gran from 2007-2008 to 2012-2013 academic years. It was incredibly helpful to our students and we look forward to applying for the 2014-2015 school year version of the grant. This post is to notify our parents and the general public of our Intent to Submit the 21st Century After School Program Grant Application.   more
Last Day of the School Year Changed Due to Unused Snow Days
Last Day of the School Year Changed Due to Unused Snow Days
Posted on 04/09/2014
Due to unused snow days, delayed openings, and early release for weather purposes the following changes have been made: There will be school on Monday, April 21, 2014 (originally set as a snow rebate day). Thursday, May 29, 2014 will be a noon dismissal. Friday, May 30, 2014 will be a noon dismissal AND the last day of the school year.  more
Part of American Indian Christian Mission’s mission is service
Part of American Indian Christian Mission’s mission is service
Posted on 03/31/2014
A lot probably do not know that there is another school called the American Indian Christian Mission (AICM), which is also in Linden. It is located just off of state Route 260 at 924 Mission Lane, with a phone number of (928) 537-5912. AICM was established in 1985 following its use since 1969 as a base for ministering to adults and children on Navajo and Apache reservations in Arizona and the White Mountains.  more
Sequoia Village students organize school health fair
Sequoia Village students organize school health fair
Posted on 03/29/2014
Seventh and eighth grade students at Sequoia Village Charter School held a Health Fair on March 21 that took about six months for which to prepare. Hannah Kilber is the Teen Outreach teacher at Sequoia. She teaches seventh and eighth graders a life skills course that includes topics like having good self-esteem and not being influenced by peer pressure.   more
Sequoia Village School honor rolls
Sequoia Village School honor rolls
Posted on 03/28/2014
The Principal's List and Honor Roll for Sequoia Village K-8 students posted March 28, 2014.  more
Jackson Pollock, a sixth grader at Blue Ridge Middle School, stands with a second place ribbon he won for his science exhibit, “Moving Marbles.” The Northeast Arizona Regional Science Fair was held March 7 at the Blue Ridge Junior High gymnasium. Around 150 science projects from eight schools in Navajo County were presented.
White Mountain kids awarded in science fair
Posted on 03/21/2014
The Northeast Arizona Regional Science Fair presented 150 science projects selected from eight schools around Navajo County. Community members judged the projects for over five hours, combing through variables, conclusions and hypotheses.  more
Registration Packets available at Parent/Teacher Conferences
Registration Packets available at Parent/Teacher Conferences
Posted on 03/17/2014
Thursday May 20th and Friday May 21st at our Parent-Teacher Conferences, you will have the opportunity to register your student(s) for next school year. Registration packets will be available from your teacher and in the Gym. Turn in your packet ASAP to ensure your place for next year. We will start taking NEW enrollment on April 7th  more
Health Fair in the Sequoia Village Gym on March 21st
Health Fair in the Sequoia Village Gym on March 21st
Posted on 03/17/2014
On March 21, our Junior High TOP® Club will host a health fair in the gym from 1:00-4:00 p.m., for all families to walk through and receive important information. This will be from our TOP® Club participants as well as from many community members.  more
SVS Winners at 3rd Annual NE AZ Regional Science Fair
SVS Winners at 3rd Annual NE AZ Regional Science Fair
Posted on 03/10/2014
Sequoia Village School students took 5 first place ribbons, 1 second place ribbon and 8 third place ribbons in the 3rd Annual NE AZ Regional Science Fair.

Second grader Samuel Chugg took a first place ribbon in the Physics/Astronomy category and was awarded a scholarship to Kids College at NPC this summer.  more
Firefighters, Shriners tell children to ‘Be Burn Aware’
Firefighters, Shriners tell children to ‘Be Burn Aware’
Posted on 03/07/2014
Firefighters accompanied members of the White Mountain Shriners to local schools on Feb. 28 to help teach 464 elementary schoolchildren to “Be Burn Aware.” The “Be Burn Aware” program is sponsored by the El Zaribah Shriners International, which has 22 children’s hospitals nationwide. Two of them are burn hospitals where treatment is administered and research is done to help burn victims recover more fully.  more