Did you know Sedona Charter School Offers…

Targeted Math Instruction

Our advanced math students soar with instruction from Tim Smith, our certified math instructor.  Tim helps advanced students progress as far as they can go, while ensuring that struggling students get the tools and background they need for success in today’s math classrooms. After completing our middle school advanced math program, students are well-prepared for rigorous, high-level courses in high school.

Musical Strings Instruction for Grades 1 through 8

We believe that the enjoyment, respect and knowledge of music and the development of the skills necessary in creating and performing music enhance learning, enrich quality of life and nourish the human spirit. Therefore, our mission is to provide a foundation, at an early age, for lifelong engagement with music. All students in grades 1 through 3 learn to play the violin and perform in concerts at least twice per year. In grades 4 through 8 students who continue in the program may branch out to viola or cello, and as their skill grows, they join one of our orchestras. The orchestras perform in several concerts per year around Sedona.  Click here for more information about this program.


Spring Strings Concert

Music and Theater

Sedona Charter School students have many opportunities to develop performance and presentation skills, beginning with singing and playing recorders and developing multi-media history presentations in Lower Elementary, to Mystery History and end-of-year plays in Upper Elementary, to dynamic theater productions and choral performances in Middle School.


School Play

Our Campus

Our campus is designed for indoor and outdoor study.  We have small group study areas on our nature trail, next to our pond, in our historic log cabin, and in our streetside wildlife habitat area.

Students making a difference.

Rigorous Academics

Sedona Charter School takes a holistic approach to our curriculum.  Students study reading, writing, and math, as well as science, history, music, visual art, Spanish, technology,  and the life skills of physical fitness, community spirit, organization, and time management.  Every day is full of activity and study.  When you visit a classroom, you will notice that the students are all busy working.  Generally they are not all working on the same subject or lesson, yet they know, through the systems the teaching staff have put in place, what they need to be doing to further build their academic prowess.