Primavera Online Opens K-5 School in Partnership with Sequoia Choice

CHANDLER, Ariz. 16 June 2020 – Primavera Online Schools have been providing a comprehensive online education to middle and high school students for twenty years. Over those two decades, families have been asking if Primavera will expand to serve elementary students. Now, answering the call of families across the state, Primavera is excited to announce a partnership with Sequoia Choice to bring a fully online K-5 school to students across the state.

“We have always hoped to open a Primavera elementary school one day,” said Director of Academics, Jason Tourville, “But the outpouring of parents asking for this option for their kids has made this a priority for us and we are excited to have a partner in Sequoia Choice.”

With a combined experience of over 40 years in online education Primavera and Sequoia Choice provide elementary students with a tuition-free and accredited project-based curriculum that is aligned to state standards. In addition to digital learning activities, videos and animations, highly certified teachers will lead small group and individual instruction inside a fully virtual classroom.

Reflecting on the current circumstances, Tourville commented that “it is more important than ever in these times of uncertainty, for all elementary school students and families to have consistent access to high-quality digital learning solutions from their own home. We are excited to empower Arizona families with both award-winning curriculum and instruction.”

Primavera Online Elementary, in Partnership with Sequoia Choice, is enrolling now for the 2020-2021 school year. For more information and to begin the enrollment process, please visit our

About Primavera Online
Primavera Online is a tuition-free, public charter school providing Arizona students in grades K-12 a rigorous, award-winning curriculum, a flexible schedule and personalized attention from highly qualified instructors. Primavera is Cognia accredited and NCAA approved. Since opening its doors to a handful of students in 2001, Primavera has become the largest high school in Arizona serving more than 26,000 students each school year. Visit for more.

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