Pathway is a tuition-free, public charter school in the city of Maricopa. We are a highly performing school that serves students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Every child at Sequoia Pathway will be known. This simple statement is our promise to get to know your child and provide him or her with a program that recognizes their own special qualities and abilities. Classrooms are set-up in a manner to promote cross-curricular activities and teachers work within teams to ensure that this takes place. In budget conscious times, it has been our goal to continue to provide students the exposure to subjects such as physical education, music and art.

K-6- Our school program is geared toward state standards and run as a regular school with smaller class sizes and more hands on, activity-based learning. Onsite teachers are highly motivated, highly qualified and involved in every child's individual success.

The Pathway 7-12 program is academically rigorous, based on a combination of National Common Core Standards and Arizona State Standards. We offer both Honors programs as well as intervention for students that need extra assistance, in keeping with our philosophy that "Every Child is Known". We have a thriving fine arts and elective program that includes art, choir, instrumental music, drama, communications, journalism, Spanish and more. In addition to our comprehensive face to face program, we do offer some online options, including opportunities for students to earn college credit. We are also extremely proud of our growing sports program, which continues to impress the community by winning titles and making a name for Pathway.

Pathway - Recent News
New Grant Opportunities from Grand Canyon University for Students and Parents
New Grant Opportunities from Grand Canyon University for Students and Parents
Posted on 04/13/2015
Grand Canyon University strives to serve and support schools like ours in our work to ensure bright futures for all of your students and communities. To this end, GCU has announced a couple of new benefits they have added for our students and parents to take advantage of.  more
[Howard Waggner/Maricopa Monitor (2014)] Allene Dugan Local 14-year-old musician Allene Dugan, seen here playing a St. patrick’s Day event in Maricopa last year, will perform in the Valley tonight for the same holiday.
Sequoia Pathway's Dugan hitting the right notes
Posted on 03/17/2015
Fourteen-year-old Allene Dugan found inspiration in the arts at a young age. At the tender age of 5, she pursued piano lessons. By the time she was 11 she added the guitar, violin and banjo to her repertoire. Last year, she decided that the ukulele should be added, along with the pennywhistle that graced her list about six months ago.  more
Principal Q&A: Matt Metcalf
Principal Q&A: Matt Metcalf
Posted on 03/07/2015
Four years ago, Matt Metcalf left a position at Maricopa Elementary School and took a teaching job at Sequoia Pathway charter school. In 2012, he became the elementary school’s assistant principal, which did not stop him from later also teaching a fourth grade class. This year, on Jan. 1, he was named interim principal.  more
Junior forward Isaiah Grant flies to the hoop in the Sequoia Pathway boys basketball team’s 65-42 loss to the Desert Heights Coyotes on Wednesday, Feb. 25, in the CAA Division II championship game.
Pumas Basketball: Undefeated season not to be for Pumas
Posted on 03/03/2015
What had been a dream of a season for the Sequoia Pathway boys’ basketball team ended in a nightmare at US Airways Center Wednesday night. Entering the Canyon Athletic Association’s Division II title game, the Pumas survived some close calls to keep an unblemished 18-win season going. But where Pathway had been able to dig itself out of first half deficits earlier in the season, this time around, the hole they put themselves in was just too deep.  more
Sequoia Pathway girls basketball team wins state championship
Lady Pumas finish the job this season in return appearance in CAA D-II championship game
Posted on 03/03/2015
It was everything you could ask for in a state championship game. Players overcoming injuries to keep playing. Two evenly-matched teams not letting the other gain an upper hand. Clutch shooting. Throw in a mad scramble at the end of the game and a last-second shot that fell just short, and you have a 33-32 state championship victory that left Sequoia Pathway girls basketball coach Nate Wong nearly speechless afterward.  more
Pathway boys, girls take different roads to CAA state title games - image by Adam Gaub / Maricopa Monitor
Pathway boys, girls take different roads to CAA state title games
Posted on 02/24/2015
Three of the team’s starters were battling serious injuries in Saturday night’s semifinal game against South Pointe, leaving a bleak outlook for a team that had only lost one game this season up to that point. Junior guard Jessie Estrada was fighting a bone bruise, while fellow junior Danel Peters had a hamstring injury so severe, she could barely get up and down the court at times.  more