Sequoyah School is located in Pasadena, California, at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, twenty minutes north of downtown Los Angeles.

Situated in a historic neighborhood noted for its Craftsman and midcentury modern buildings, the campus was originally part of the Neighborhood Church, which first leased the religious education building to Sequoyah in 1958. In anticipation of the construction of the 710 freeway the church was razed in 1974 leaving the parsonage, children's chapel and religious education classrooms. Sequoyah's 2.25 acre campus incorporates those remaining buildings. The classrooms, designed by architects Smith and Williams, reflect a philosophy that the architecture of a school and its relationship to the surrounding landscape inform teaching and learning. Sequoyah's classrooms are flexible spaces, comfortable for collaborative learning, and open to the natural environment.

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