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Welcome to Sequoia Deaf School

Sequoia Deaf School (formerly Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing - SSDHH) is a public charter school located at 1460 South Horne in Mesa. We serve Kindergarten through 12th grades on  our campus.  Sequoia Deaf School's faculty and staff consist of highly qualified and skilled deaf and hearing instructors who educate and prepare students to succeed in both the hearing and Deaf worlds.

  • Tuition FREE
  • Bilingual/Bicultural Program
  • Small class sizes
  • Related services provided
  • Transportation Options Available
  • After School Tutoring Program
  • Stampede Athletic Club
  • Campus-wide AIA Athletics
  • Student Organizations
  • FREE ASL classes for Parents and Relatives
  • Faculty members are highly qualified and trained in Deaf Education
  • Staff members are fluent in American Sign Language and written English
  • FREE College before High School Graduation

Sequoia Deaf School News

Photo courtesy of Tamara Becker
Photo courtesy of Tamara Becker

First Edkey Professional Development Day of 2016-2017 School Year

Posted On: 2016-09-06 12:13 PM
On August 26, Edkey staff came together for the first Professional Development Day of the school year. After an opening address by Edkey CEO, Mark Plitzuweit, teachers met with site-based teams and grade level PLC's to discuss data and student outcomes.
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The new Sequoia Deaf School Logo

SSDHH has changed its name to Sequoia Deaf School

Posted On: 2016-07-12 04:13 PM
We are pleased to announce a change to our school name. Effective July 12, 2016, Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will now be known as Sequoia Deaf School. It is with great excitement that we share our new school name with our East Valley
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What you need to know about Prop 123

Posted On: 2016-03-29 09:41 AM
This article will hope to give you all of the information you need on Arizona Proposition 123 up for vote in a special election this May 17. Prop 123 adds education funding to K-12 students and settles a lawsuit between the legislature and public schools.

Use Your Fry's Card to Support Our Schools

Posted On: 2016-03-23 09:49 AM
You can now support our school by linking us to your Fry's Grocery Store card. Follow the steps outlined below to link your Fry's Card to us and a small percentage of your purchases will be donated to our school.
Support Our Schools By Using Your Fry's Card

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