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Sequoia Choice Offers Students Many TUITION-FREE, UNIQUE, and FUN Educational Choices! How you learn is YOUR CHOICE!

Call for more information today! Sequoia ChoiceArizona Distance Learning 480.207.2461 Sequoia ChoicePrecision School 602.353.7856 Sequoia Choice Arizona Distance Learning offers TUITION-FREE, TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED online summer school. Catch Up Graduate on time by making up classes. You can earn credits by completing competency-based courses, allowing you to work ahead and at your own pace. Get Ahead Online…
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Students/Families in Transition and Homeless Services

While the nature of online schooling demands a certain degree of stability in the student’s access to technology and ability to meet weekly attendance requirements, the flexible, distance-learning environment of Sequoia Choice – Arizona Distance Learning can be a good fit for families who move frequently due to homelessness or insecure housing. Students who are…
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Sequoia Choice / Coder Camps FAQ’s

Q: How do I enroll in Coder Camp? Download the enrollment form from azdl.org and complete. Send completed enrollment to your advisor for a signature. Your advisor will ensure that Coder Camp gets your enrollment so you can begin your coding education. Q: Are there any pre-requisites required before taking a Coder Camp class? In…
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It’s Your Choice: Catch Up or Get Ahead This Summer!

Sequoia Choice—Arizona Distance Learning offers TUITION-FREE, TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED online summer school. Catch Up Graduate on time by making up classes. Students can earn credits off-schedule through competency-based courses that allow them to work as quickly as desired. Get Ahead Online summer school is a great way to get ahead and even graduate early without digging into…
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See Yourself at Sequoia Choice

See Yourself at Sequoia Choice Students throughout Arizona choose Sequoia Choice Arizona Distance Learning for many different reasons. We understand that our students have their own circumstances and obligations that could make attending traditional schools difficult or simply desire the freedom and opportunities available through home-based and distance learning instruction. We are committed to working…
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Early College Credit

Our Early College Credit program is an amazing opportunity to take college classes for FREE! Unlike the majority of the high schools in Arizona, at Sequoia Choice we pay for our student’s tuition and books. Students who qualify for the Early College Credit program take classes at their local college and apply the credit towards…
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It’s Your Choice: Catch Up or Get Ahead This Summer!

Sequoia Choice—Arizona Distance Learning offers TUITION-FREE, TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTED online summer school. Catch Up Graduate on time by making up classes. Students can earn credits off-schedule through competency-based courses that allow them to work as quickly as desired. Get Ahead Online summer school is a great way to get ahead and even graduate early without digging into…
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Current Scholarships

There are two types of scholarships: private and institutional. The private scholarships are generally given by foundations, companies, churches, or other organizations. These can have any criteria for receiving the scholarship: write an essay, be a volunteer, or draw a poster, etc. In addition, there are usually academic criteria as well, such as minimum GPA…
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Financial Aid

Receiving financial aid can sometimes be a daunting and difficult process. The following gives you a primer on the ins and outs of financial aid. If you have questions, ask Ms. Newsom. If she does not know the answer, she can help you find it. First, we ought to start with the most basic item,…
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Test-Taking Tips

Here are some tips to make your test day a little less stressful for you. Most of these are common sense, but there may be some you hadn’t thought of before. First and foremost, make sure you have the right location and date. It sounds like a no-brainer, but you’d be surprised at how easy…
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SAT and ACT Information

The SAT and ACT are two different standardized tests that high school students ought to take before entering college. Most four-year colleges and universities require students to take either the SAT or ACT prior to admission. Generally, universities will not have a preference as to which test a student takes. It will be stated clearly…
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College Preparation and Counseling Websites

College Preparation and Counseling Websites Pay4CollegeArizona: A great website full of info on how to prepare for college, and then how to pay for it when you get there. Create Your Next: A nice guide with a checklist of what students should be doing in junior high and each year of high school in order…
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Scholarship Websites

Resources to help new students applying for financial aid or scholarships. There are two types of scholarships: private and institutional. The private scholarships are generally given by foundations, companies, churches, or other organizations. These can have any criteria for receiving the scholarship: write an essay, be a volunteer, or draw a poster, and so forth.…
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Scholarship Tips and Information

There are basically two types of scholarships. The first type are scholarships that colleges and universities give to good students as inducements to choose to attend their school. These scholarships are strictly for students with high GPAs and good standardized test scores. You usually apply for these scholarships simply by applying to the school, although…
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School Year Enrollment Update

*To fill out this online enrollment form, you must have appropriate legal and educational rights for the student that you are enrolling. All Students 18 years or older are considered their own Legal Guardian and must fill out the form for themselves* School Year To update your information in our school system, please fill out…
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Online Enrollment Form

*To fill out this online enrollment form, you must have appropriate legal and educational rights for the student that you are enrolling. All Students 18 years or older are considered their own Legal Guardian and must fill out the form for themselves* Student Information Student’s Legal Last Name Student’s Legal First Name Student’s Legal Middle…
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FAQs

« Who can attend Sequoia Choice Arizona Distance Learning? Arizona residents who are entering Kindergarten through 12th grade who are under the age of 22 may attend for free. Students who live in other states or are 22 may attend by paying tuition. « Do colleges accept diplomas from Sequoia Choice Arizona Distance Learning? Colleges…
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What is Sequoia Choice?

Sequoia Choice – Arizona Distance Learning is a tuition-free Arizona public charter school and Legal Educational Agency of Edkey, Inc., a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. We were one of the original schools authorized by the Arizona Department of Education to provide distance learning services to Arizona students in grades K-12, and we have continued to innovate…
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About Sequoia Choice

Answering the call of families across the state of Arizona, Sequoia Choice Arizona Distance Learning has provided flexible options in education since 1998. Sequoia Choice provides students the best education possible by combining technology, certified and highly qualified teachers, and accredited curriculum that meets the Common Core and state standards. Because Sequoia Choice operates a…
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ELEMENTARY PROGRAMK-6Highly involved parents, qualified teachers, and students work together in our home-based elementary program. Learn More MIDDLE and HIGH SCHOOL7-12With engaging online courses and flexible semester schedules, online students can take charge of their education. Learn More CREDIT RECOVERY and SUMMER SCHOOLWhether you need to catch up or just want to get ahead, Sequoia…
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