March for Our Lives

Sequoia Union


A nationally recognized, student-led organization that advocates for an end to gun violence through political and social activism.

Inviting all Sequoia Union High School District students!

Join the Chapter

Weekly Club Meetings: Tuesdays at Lunch (12:10 pm to 12:50 pm) for Sequoia Students

Monthly District Calls: First Calendar Tuesdays at Night (7:00 pm to 8:00 pm) for All Students

Zoom Link: MFOL Sequoia Union Chapter Meetings

NEW MEMBERS: MFOL Sequoia Union Interest/Registration Form

2021 Purple Patriot Award Recipient

Presented by the Sequoia High School Alumni Association

The Purple Patriot Award is an annual award instituted to honor both individuals and organizations who have demonstrated outstanding service or provided a significant benefit directly to Sequoia High School.

2021 RoundPier Social Impact Competition

Global Finalist | Runner-Up

The RoundPier Social Impact Competition challenges organizations to propose an initiative that addresses a social issue. Eight finalists were selected from twenty-one entries to compete for the grand prize of $550.


"Through common-sense gun reforms and social services, March for Our Lives Sequoia Union demands bold action to end the gun violence epidemic that has plagued America. In March 2018, March for Our Lives was founded by the survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Since then, the organization has grown into a nationwide demonstration featuring the next generation of young activists. Based in San Mateo County, the chapter is located in California. As a March for Our Lives chapter, the organization represents the Sequoia Union High School District comprising four schools: Carlmont High School, Menlo-Atherton High School, Sequoia High School, and Woodside High School!"

- Nicholas Kwok, Christopher Kwok, & Nicholas Lawrence

2021-2022 CHAPTER