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
Edkey / Blue Cross Blue Shield Walking Works Challenge
Edkey / Blue Cross Blue Shield Walking Works Challenge
Posted on 09/03/2014
WalkingWorks is a Blue Cross Blue Shield online tracking platform, inviting you to move from “learning about” to “doing something about” your health. You can use time or miles to record your physical activity, then log and track individual progress on the interactive web portal.  more
Best of Sequoia - Thursday, May 1st from 4:30 to 7:30 PM
Best of Sequoia - Thursday, May 1st from 4:30 to 7:30 PM
Posted on 05/01/2014
Join the Radio Disney Phoenix Road Crew with the hottest music from all your favorite artists. Get connected with cool prizes, interactive games, water maze, great food and fun for the entire family. Carnival games and rides are only $2 per person FREE ADMISSION  more
Proposed State Budget Add-on would hurt SSDHH & Special Needs Students
Proposed State Budget Add-on would hurt SSDHH & Special Needs Students
Posted on 04/11/2014
Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing needs your help! The most recent proposed budget from the state legislature includes an add-on that does not include the funding which allows underperforming charter schools to defend their school from charter revocation. As an alternative to funding the process, the legislature’s solution is to bypass the process as it exists now. Which means every charter school receiving a 'D' rating for three years will have their charter automatically revoked and be forced to close without due process.  more
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith reads to students at Sequoia Elementary School in Mesa as part of Read Across America day on March 3. [Courtesy City of Mesa]
Early childhood reading project seeks donations
Posted on 03/17/2014
Mayor Scott Smith and Mesa United Way are inviting the community to buy and collect children’s books to ensure every child has plenty to read this summer. The Read On Mesa project is part of a national and statewide effort to improve early childhood literacy, particularly among disadvantaged children.  more
Middle school kids learn money-managing basics at U.S. Airways Center
Middle school kids learn money-managing basics at U.S. Airways Center
Posted on 03/11/2014
It was a big day of learning for some 2,500 kids at U.S. Airways Center in downtown Phoenix. They were there to learn financial basics, which is something typically not covered in school.  more
Mesa Vice Mayor Alex Finter reads a snippet from Dr. Seuss to a class at Sequoia Elementary School in Mesa as part of Read Across America day on March 3. [Courtesy City of Mesa]
Mesa mayor, vice mayor celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday
Posted on 03/04/2014
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith and Vice Mayor Alex Finter visited Sequoia Charter Elementary School students on March 3 to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday and the 16th annual National Education Association's "Read Across America Day."  more