Sequoia Choice is deemed by the Arizona Department of Education as the highest-rated, non-alternative distance learning school in the state.
At Sequoia Choice, our certified and highly qualified teachers design and build the curriculum they teach using College and Career Ready Standards and best practice for both online and distance learning.
Our family-centered approach embraces the uniqueness of each student making leaning manageable for children and their parents.
Students work closely with faculty to reach their personal and academic goals utilizing many of our options such as extended school year, early college credit, and credit recovery.
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Our 2014 graduating class from Sequoia Choice - Arizona Distance Learning is a great example of the strides distance-learning students can make given the right tools. Though the class consisted of only 60 students, their accomplishments would be notable even at far larger schools.
Over 80% of our graduates participated in Sequoia Choice's Early College Credit program. This means each of these students took at least one college course while still in high school. In fact, the vast majority of our ECC students took a year or more of college courses through this ground-breaking program, all of which were free to the students and counted toward their high school graduation requirements. Six of our 2014 graduates will have earned their Associates degrees before entering college in the fall. That's almost 14% of the class!
At the top of the graduating class are our three valedictorians, each with a perfect GPA. All three participated extensively in the college program, in addition to extracurricular activities, such as Phi Theta Kappa, service, theater, music, and dance.
Two of our graduates are National Merit Scholars. Both of these scholars opted to attend ASU and received the richest scholarship ASU offers. National Merit Scholars account for less than 0.5% of all high school graduates in the United States. For a school our size to have two of these outstanding students is remarkable.
Our graduates participated in theater, music, service, work, and other programs. They were members of various volunteer, civic, and religious organizations. Our students have been accepted to a variety of in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities. All in all, Sequoia Choice's class of 2014 shows that distance-learning students are by no means ordinary. They're extraordinary!