We caught up with Max Davis '11 and found out what he has been up for the past 6 years. From graduating from the University of Pennsylvania to starting his finance career, we are proud of the amount of success Max has accomplished in such a short amount of time.
Ben Kallen (SC '09) moved to Washington D.C. for college, and has stayed ever since. Now, he works at a government relations firm, where he advocated for science centers and research. Read more about Ben in this week's spotlight.
Michelle Kravets values long-lasting friendships and connections - from Sierra Canyon and Wesleyan University, to Epsilon, where she works as Strategic Consultant. Read more about Kravets in this week's spotlight.
In honor of National Teachers Appreciation Week, it's only fitting that this week's spotlight goes to SC alum Shane Harrison, who is an Assistant Teacher on the Lower Campus. Read on for our interview with Shane!
Middle Schoolers Zack Mazaheri, Kosi Nwabueze, and Rayan Ansari were named National Finalists for their winning project, entitled "Vigilmask Sleep Mask." Read more about their work in this official press release from the Competition.
The Lower Campus has the honor of hosting the debut of Birds of a Feather, a play penned by 5th Grade Assistant Teacher Kelsey Wilk! Read on for more information about the play, including show times and how to get tickets.
“Because of my contract as a dentist with the U.S. Army, I could honestly end up anywhere in the U.S. or the world…I just need to wait and see where the world takes me.” Read about alumnus David Liberman’s passion for adventure and motivation to succeed.
Jake Saitman (SC '12) stays grounded and works hard to enact change in energy policy. Read about his advocacy for clean energy and his thoughtful words of advice to graduating seniors in this week's alumni spotlight.
In an inspiring morning assembly, 4th grader Peyton Hemann shared her story about having alopecia areata with her Lower Campus peers and teachers. Read more about Peyton, a brave student wise beyond her years.
Author Stuart Gibbs visited the Lower Campus to speak to fifth and sixth grade students about everything from hippos to being smart to his writing process. Read on about Gibbs' fun-filled and informative talk with these young Trailblazers!
For their service learning project, Lower Campus students partook in the Art of Healing, a competition that enables students to think about art as therapy. Art teacher Beth Gatza tells us more about the competition!
"Sierra empowered me to feel comfortable in a large school environment, and have an impact and the confidence to make a difference." In this week's spotlight, Kayla Singer (SC '12) talks about her passion for business and her advice to Trailblazers.
In this week's spotlight, Vanessa Skrumbis (SC '11), a graduate of Georgetown University now working in digital marketing, talks with us about her work in the Big Apple and what being a Trailblazer means to her.
"Football taught me that success is simple, even if we try to complicate it in our minds. You just have to decide to achieve something, and not let anything stop you until you do." Read on for some wise words from SC alumnus Blade Brady.
Alexandra Aviv ('12), currently a junior strategist at the Rockwell Group, talks to us about the most valuable lessons she learned at SC – which play a huge role in her creative career as a professional storyteller.
On Friday, February 24th and Saturday, February 25th, the SC Debate Team participated in the state qualifying tournaments at Oaks Christian School, where four team members were named as league champions!
The Sierra Canyon Debate Team competed in the Stanford Debate Tournament from Saturday, February 11th to Sunday, February 12th and came home with several trophies! Read more about their successful trip.
The Motown magic is running across the Sierra Canyon community... from the Lower Campus today to the Four Seasons tomorrow! To get the good vibes go-go-ing, fourth grade shared their Friday Motown Moments with us!
A proud SC Lifer, Gaby Fazio made big strides from SC all the way to New York City to work at Yelp. For this week's alumni spotlight, read on about how this SC '10 alum is taking the Big Apple by storm.
"Creativity comes from a place of surrender. If you're feeling anxious about what you're creating or what you're doing, take a step back and reexamine." Read on for more inspiring advice from SC alum Janelle Pearson.
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.