Community

  • Join Us In Service – All Together Now

    January 9, 2020

    Please join us for All Together Now on Sunday, January 26 from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., an annual event where we come together as a school to share food and then engage in acts of service in our community and on our campus. The day will begin with a family potluck in the Tapscott MPR at..

  • Experiencing Joy at Prospect Sierra

    November 4, 2019

    Joy is watching first graders in colab work through their partnership by offering endless suggestions for compromise. Joy is listening to our third graders share their process and pride  in the detailed work of their insect drawing art pieces. Joy is witnessing our fifth graders walk arm and arm down the hallways of Avis. Joy..

  • Abby’s Corner

    October 24, 2019

    October is Underway While some may say Halloween is the most exciting event in October, I’d say that the head-to-head division race at Panther Picnic is a close second! Rachel, Luis, and I are geared up for another great race this year and we hope you all will come out and cheer on Team Tapscott...

  • 2019 Prospect Sierra Summer Stories

    September 5, 2019

      Abby Guinn My husband Jon, daughter Shelby, and I took a car camping trip up the California coast to Oregon this summer. Along the way, we stopped at Jug Handle Beach and camped at the Jug Handle Creek Farm. Both the beach and the farm were amazing spots – highly recommended from the Guinn-Stewart..

  • Our Commitment to Environmental Sustainability

    September 4, 2019

    Greetings Prospect Sierra community, near and far! We are committed to environmentally sustainable practices on campus and a curriculum that gives our graduates the tools to be future stewards of our planet. We have been recognized both locally and nationally for these efforts, earning designation as a Green Ribbon School and a Certified Green Business...

  • Philanthropy Is an Act of Love

    January 18, 2019

    When we think about philanthropy at Prospect Sierra, we look to the literal, original Greek translation of the word philanthropy which is the “love of humanity.” We believe that we are all philanthropists, from the youngest to the oldest members of our community. And as we observed Dr. King’s birthday and approach the National Day..

  • Deepening Our Commitment to Professional Development at PoCC

    December 14, 2018

    Every year the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) hosts its annual People of Color Conference (PoCC) for people of color who work in independent schools across the nation. This year’s conference was held in Nashville, Tennessee and was titled Equitable Schools, Inclusive Communities: Harmony, Discord, and the Notes In Between. 6400 people participated in..

  • Abby’s Corner – Community, 21st Century Skills, and Parent Resources

    November 8, 2018

    Building Community Well, it only took three years but finally Team Tapscott scored a win at the annual Panther Picnic Tapscott vs. Avis race! It certainly helped that I had the support of some of the Tapscott team, as Rachel and Luis helped bring it home for us! It was once again a super fun..

  • 2018 Prospect Sierra Summer Stories

    September 12, 2018

      Ally Crump When my husband booked a private horseback tour through the Rocky National Park, I gracefully declined. Horses, while majestic, lack the brake and wheel required to keep my nervous system in check. Upon arriving at the ranch my fear of missing out rocked my anxiety’s scissors and I asked for the tamest,..

  • Poetry and Inspiration with 8th Grader Estella Zhou

    April 23, 2018

    Some of you may recall that around this time last year we highlighted the achievements of then 7th grader, Estella Zhou, after she won two medals in a national competition for her short story, China Bird, and her flash fiction piece, The Sunbirds. Both were selected by creative professionals as the most accomplished in the..