A Community of Excellence: Sierra Canyon School

Sierra Canyon’s Lower School Campus is home to Early Kindergarten through 6th grade students.

Sierra Canyon’s Lower School Campus is home to Early Kindergarten through 6th grade students.

Since 1978, Sierra Canyon School has engaged and challenged students from families across the greater Los Angeles area. Located in the northern San Fernando Valley, Sierra Canyon School has two campuses totaling 35 acres, which is one of the largest independent school footprints in Southern California.

Sierra Canyon is an independent, non-sectarian, college preparatory school. It is a place where intellectual discourse, athletic prowess, and artistic expression come together in an environment that instills hard work and promotes strong personal values.

Its state-of-the-art Upper Campus serves 7th through 12th grade students. Contact the Admission Office at (818) 882-8121.

Its state-of-the-art Upper Campus serves 7th through 12th grade students.
Contact the Admission Office at (818) 882-8121.

Sierra Canyon’s bucolic Lower School Campus is home to Early Kindergarten through 6th grade students. Its state-of-the-art Upper Campus is a modern “academic village” serving 7th through 12th grade students. The Lower and Upper Campuses are linked by a 12-acre athletic field, utilized by all students.

The Lower School lays the foundation and places strong emphasis on the development of basic skills within small classes. As students progress, the skills acquired earlier provide students with the tools necessary to excel within the rigorous curricula of the Middle and Upper School.

This, along with close, meaningful student-faculty relationships further both intellectual pursuits and personal development. A strong sense of community prevails, along with an understanding of the commitments and responsibilities such a community requires from each individual in order to thrive.

For more information, please visit sierracanyonschool.org or contact the Admission Office at (818) 882-8121.

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