Critical Mass Shares Gift of Song with Community

Grand Canyon University recently came out to share their holiday spirit in the way of song. The group performed a medley for students at Sierra Academy of Scottsdale, one of whom is Critical Mass performer Sam Brown’s older brother, Hunter. Critical Mass students are featured at a number of winter University events. “It was really cool to see him,” Sam said about the opportunity to perform for his brother and his peers. “It was honestly such a beautiful experience seeing all these children, who are special needs, and just how happy they were. The innocence of it was beautiful.” Hunter [...]

Critical Mass Shares Gift of Song with Community2022-01-18T00:34:44-05:00

Fun Friday

Our students got to enjoy Fun Friday with a field trip to Loveland Laser Tag ! Learn more about our school today.

Fun Friday2020-02-13T15:55:18-05:00

ACT Awards for January

Name: Tina 11 Grade: 6 Tina has improved immensely in her positive language towards students and staff. She has become much more respectful in her greetings to staff when walking in the classroom in the mornings! She should be really proud of how much she has improved and continues to enjoy being at Sierra. Recently, Tina has started to advocate more for things she wants, and when she earns them she has now started to respectfully say "Thank you very much!". It's really great to see her improvement! Name: Annalise 13 Grade: 8 Annalise is kind and accepting to all [...]

ACT Awards for January2022-01-18T00:34:44-05:00

PJ Day for Cancer

Students at High Road School of Wallingford Primary/Middle participated in a Pajama Day to raise funds for children with cancer. Since 2011, Connecticut business, schools, and families have participated in this fundraiser raising over 630,000 for children with cancer. High Road Schools have participated for the last 4 years. Students were able to donate funds from their school store accounts or bring money in. Many students and staff wore their pajamas in support of children who are often in their pajamas all day long. In order to participate, students were asked to donate $1 from their funds, but many students chose [...]

PJ Day for Cancer2022-01-18T00:34:45-05:00

Jacorri’s Leadership

Jacorri recently transitioned from the middle school classroom, into the high school classroom. Staff was a little worried about the transition but he definitely has been successful. Jacorri has been maintaining his level since entering the high school classroom. Jacorri also completes all of his school work which has earned him passing grades for the quarter. Jacorri has become a leader of the classroom and we look forward to him to continue to climb the ladder! Learn more about our school today.

Jacorri’s Leadership2022-01-18T00:34:45-05:00

Human Rights Month

Mrs. Osborne created the December bulletin for Human Rights highlighting youth activists hoping to inspire and educate. Mrs. Osborne included Emma Gonzalez, Bana Alabed, Mari Copeny, Greta Thunberg, Sonita Alizadeh, Jazz Jennings, Asean Johnson and Malala Yousafzai. These youth activists are known for raising awareness within their community and across the country. Some of the movements have been based on the ongoing water crisis in Flint, education rights for all, advocacy for gun control and LGBT rights. All moving towards a greater way of living with understanding and compassion. Learn more about our school today. [...]

Human Rights Month2022-01-18T00:34:45-05:00

Holiday Gifts

To end off our 2019 holiday season, High Road School was able to provide a gift for each student on the last day of school before winter break. The items in the gift bags were based on comfort items and basic care items such as chap-stick, gloves, scarves and warm socks. Holiday snacks were also included such as hot chocolate mix, popcorn and peppermints. The students were grateful in receiving these small, but thoughtful gifts. Learn more about our school today.

Holiday Gifts2022-01-18T00:34:45-05:00

PJ Day For Cancer

Students and staff at High Road School of Hartford Primary/Middle participated in a Pajama Day to raise funds for children with cancer. Since 2011, Connecticut business, schools, and families have participated in this fundraiser raising over 630,000 for children with cancer. High Road Schools have participated for the last 4 years. Students were able to donate funds from their school store accounts or bring money in. Many students and staff wore their pajamas in support of children who are often in their pajamas all day long. In order to participate, students were asked to donate $1 from their funds, but [...]

PJ Day For Cancer2022-01-18T00:34:46-05:00