A Sequoyah Education challenges the mind, nurtures the heart and celebrates human dignity.
Founded in 1958, The Sequoyah School is a non-profit, independent, K-8 school with 173 students. The school has a rich progressive history, a dynamic and committed faculty, and relies heavily upon parent participation.
Sequoyah School is named for the Cherokee leader who invented a syllabary for his native language, thereby giving his people the means to write.
Our goal is to give children the means to become literate, secure, and self-reliant people, who are able to think creatively and work happily as caring members of their communities.