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Sequoia Star Academy News

Sequoia Star Academy Meet & Greet – Aug 17th & 18th in Mesa!

star-academy-logo_star-only_shadow Please come to our informative “Meet and Greets” at one or both of the locations listed below. Bring your questions and your friends! We look forward to meeting you! Meet & Greet at the northwest corner of Southern Ave and Gilbert Rd on Monday, August 17 Sequoia Star Academy is a unique place where all […]

New Grant Opportunities from Grand Canyon University for Students and Parents

Grand Canyon University 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: The Grand Canyon State University Grant: This […]

Star Academy is applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant

PUBLIC NOTICE We hereby certify that Edkey, Inc. – Sequoia Star Academy provides this as our official community notification that it is our intention to submit an application for the 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) program for education and related activities that will complement and enhance our students’ academic performance and achievement. This is […]

Star Academy Holiday Spectacular Coming Dec. 5th!

We at Sequoia Star Academy for the Performing Arts are very proud of our students in the performing arts programs. Therefore we’d like to invite you all to join us next week for a special program. On December 5th our very own Stars On Stars performing troupe will be showing their stuff one last time […]

Star Academy’s Charles LeSueur acts as Main Stage Announcer for Veteran’s Day Parade in Mesa

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Star Academy’s own Performing Arts Director, Charles LeSueur was honored to act as the main stage announcer for this past weekend’s East Valley Veteran’s Day Parade in Mesa. You can get more information about the East Valley Veteran’s Day Parade from their website here. Sequoia Star Academy, Edkey Inc and all of our schools honor […]

Sequoia Star Academy Spooktacular


Thanks to everyone that came to support our Spooktacular this past Friday evening. Mrs. Smith, and Ms. Miles did a tremendous job with the first show of the year and the dessert raffle and spook alley helped in earning money for both Stars on Stage and the Performing Arts programs. Coming up next, Stars on […]

Edkey / Blue Cross Blue Shield Walking Works Challenge

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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. Walking & Physical Activity  Challenge Move Into Wellness Sponsored by […]

Sequoia Choice on ABC15′s Sonoran Living


Linzey Leinart, a junior with a 4.0 unweighted GPA at Sequoia Choice – Arizona Distance Learning, will graduate a full year early with both her high school diploma and her Associates of Art from Chandler-Gilbert Community College. Sequoia Choice – Arizona Distance Learning paid for all of her college tuition and books, and she is […]

Star Academy Performing Arts Director Charlie LeSueur featured in East Valley Tribune

Charlie LeSueur Signs Footprint

Star Academy Performing Arts Director Charlie LeSueur was featured in the Sunday March 2, 2014 edition of the East Valley Tribune. You can read their story below and find the story at their website by going here. Actor Charlie LeSueur takes on new role at Mesa charter school Posted: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 10:45 am […]

Star Performing Arts Director Joins Legends at the Superstition Museum Hall of Fame

Charlie LeSueur Signs Footprint

MESA AZ: On January 19th, nationally known film historian, author, TV/film/stage actor, director, musician, Charles LeSueur, was honored during Apacheland Days by having his footprints placed in cement. His imprint joins many other legendary performers and actors currently on display at the Superstition Mountain Museum in Apache Junction. He also recently became the Performing Arts […]