Welcome to Sequoia Elementary

At Sequoia Elementary, our commitment is to "do whatever it takes" for your children to be and feel successful.  We commit to work together with families, communities, teachers and staff to bring your children the best in education. Our school is K-6 and tuition-free.  We provide highly qualified teachers, student activities, technology, field trips, transportation, food services, and a gifted program.  Our school has been labeled "Performing Plus" by the Arizona Department of Education and this is our 16th year of operation.

About Sequoia Elementary 

  • Founded in the 90's by Parents who Wanted More for Their Own Children
  • One of the Oldest and Largest Charter Schools in Arizona
  • High Academic Standards
  • Conveniently Located of the I-60 and Horne
  • Certified Teachers


Sequoia Charter School Elementary - News
Thank a Teacher and Get $25 for their school with Target's Thanks a Billion Campaign
Thank a Teacher and Get $25 for their school with Target's Thanks a Billion Campaign
Posted on 05/18/2015
Target is giving $25 to schools for every thank you that people submit. Follow the steps below to say “Thank You” to a teacher and Target will send $25 to the school of your choosing.  more
Sharon McConkey instruct her students Thursday at Maricopa’s Sequoia Pathway Academy, one of 618 charter schools in the state. Arizona continues to lead the nation in charter school growth and has one of the highest percentages of students attending a public charter school.
Charters or Districts? Each Boasts Advantages
Posted on 05/05/2015
Supporters of charter schools believe there are many misconceptions about what a charter school is, with most in agreement the biggest is that they are private. “In Arizona, (charter schools) are public schools that are operated based on a contract with an authorizer to improve student achievement and provide choice,” said Ildi Laczko-Kerr, vice president of academics for the Arizona Charter Schools Association. “These are public schools. They have to provide a lot of the same structures that traditional public schools do; they have to meet the needs of their students in all of the same ways that public schools do.”  more
Best of Sequoia / Health & Wellness Fair - May 8th, 2015
Best of Sequoia / Health & Wellness Fair - May 8th, 2015
Posted on 04/28/2015
FRIDAY, MAY 8TH, 4:00P.M. - 7:00P.M. Sequoia Charter School Horne Campus Gymnasium, Bldg. 5 1460 S. Horne, Mesa, AZ. 85204 **Visit the various vendors providing FREE Health and Wellness information such as Medical, Dental and Mental Health services.  more
Pennies for Patients Winners Announced!
Pennies for Patients Winners Announced!
Posted on 04/17/2015
Please join us in congratulating our amazing students! They have raised $1,500.00 during our Pennies for Patients Campaign to help battle blood cancers. Our young philanthropists have brilliantly demonstrated what it means to "Be the Change" we wish to see in the world!!!  more
New Grant Opportunities from Grand Canyon University for Students and Parents
New Grant Opportunities from Grand Canyon University for Students and Parents
Posted on 04/13/2015
Grand Canyon University strives to serve and support schools like ours in our work to ensure bright futures for all of your students and communities. To this end, GCU has announced a couple of new benefits they have added for our students and parents to take advantage of.  more
Sequoia Charter Receives State Farm Good Neighbor Student Achievement Grant to Link Classroom Learning to Community Problem-Solving
Sequoia Charter Receives State Farm Good Neighbor Student Achievement Grant to Link Classroom Learning to Community Problem-Solving
Posted on 01/09/2015
The Sequoia Charter School Cooperative Community Task Force, which is comprised of students, faculty, PTO, and the Sequoia Schools Health and Wellness Committee, at Sequoia Charter School in Mesa, AZ has received a State Farm Student Achievement Grant to lead their students in a semester-long service and learning project to address health, poverty, hunger, and homelessness in their community.  more