On Monday, November 5th, Jon Brooker ’17 spoke to Ty Nichols’ Foundations of Entrepreneurship class about his ongoing experience being a full-time University of Southern California student and full-time business owner.
Last week, to culminate a unit on the first explorers to set foot on California’s coast and the development of the 21 California missions, the 4th grade students embarked upon their first overnight field trip to Solvang.
On Tuesday, October 9th, members of the Los Angeles Police Department were on hand at the Lower Campus to meet students, answer questions and even give them some inside information on what it’s like to patrol the streets of your community every day.
The annual Clubs Fair took place on the Upper Campus during Wednesday’s Community Time, which gave student leaders a chance to introduce their club(s) to grades 9 through 12 and collect member sign-ups.
We all could use a little advice from time to time, and this week, some members of the Class of 2019 took a walk down to the Lower Campus to offer some much-appreciated support to the Classes of 2031 and 2032.
While most students were catching up on homework, rest, or social events after the first official week of school, Dylan Ochoa ’24 was in Cebu, Philippines competing on Team USA at the 2018 World Robot Olympiad.
This past summer four students of Architecture II and III at Sierra Canyon studied in three different renowned university programs—Christopher Kassabian ’20 and Dylan Dyne ’20 both at USC, Adrian Moreira-Behrens ’20 at Stanford, and Jordan Pillsbury ’19 at Washington University.
On Saturday, May 19th, 11 highly dedicated and talented students received the accolades and medals from the American Association of Teachers of French at Polytechnic High School in Pasadena, for their exceptional accomplishments.
It’s that time of the year where seconds are measured by camera frames, when voiceovers are matched with scripts, and the pressure is on to make the deadline for the 5th Grade Stop Motion Animation Film Festival (STOMA).
This spring, the Lower Campus unveiled the newly renovated Technology Lab. The Tech Lab, run by Mick Donahue, Lower School Technology Specialist, boasts new features such as, a 3D printer, virtual reality station, green screen for filmmaking, as well as a stop animation filming station.
When first year Head Coach Andre Chevalier looked to the 75-foot scoreboard as time began to wind down in the fourth quarter of the CIF Open Division Championship, he realized his vision had become a reality.
After an intense match-up against Bishop Montgomery on Tuesday, Sierra Canyon Boys’ Basketball team defeated archrival Bishop Montgomery 72-70 in overtime, despite trailing by 17 points late in the 3rd quarter.
On Wednesday, March 14th, many Sierra Canyon dads (or special adult) and their children gathered in the former Lower School Library to enjoy a tasty treat while they browsed the book selection at the Scholastic Book Fair.
Six years, thirteen shows, countless hours of rehearsal, endless complex harmonies, Saturdays on set, sleepless nights, singing until your voice hurts, acting yourself into exhaustion – and not regretting a single minute of it.
Sierra Canyon School is a private, independent, non-sectarian, co-educational, college preparatory school for students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12 located in Chatsworth, California. The highly cosmopolitan campus community is reflective of the Greater Los Angeles area and the world at large. Students are empowered to realize their greatest creative, ethical, intellectual and physical promise through small class sizes, a diverse student-teacher culture and a family-like environment.