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Sierra Football Mattress Fundraiser April 7th

Come get a better night’s sleep AND support the Sierra High School Football Mattress Fundraiser! We will have great name brands like Simmons Beautyrest on display in the Sierra High School Gymnasium, all competitively priced. This is ONE DAY only, so we need your help to SPREAD THE WORD by inviting all of your family

Sierra High School Community Day!

With warmer weather approaching in Colorado Springs we would like to invite everyone to a community day at Sierra on May 4, 2019, from 9am-12pm. For those interested in the Color Run please email Samantha Sholts at to express your interest and give her your shirt size.

Do Not Let Fear Be a Factor in Your Sport

By Stan Popovich Sometimes, fear and anxiety can get the best of us in sports. The key is to know how to manage that fear and anxiety. Following are some techniques that athletes can use to help manage their fears and everyday anxieties. Occasionally, you may become stressed when you have to perform in an

All Teams Schedule: Week of Apr 01 – Apr 07

Apr 02 Girls Varsity Tennis vs. Colorado Springs Christian 4:00 pm | Sierra High School Apr 02 Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Mesa Ridge High School Mesa Ridge 4:00 pm | Sierra High School Apr 04 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Elizabeth High School Elizabeth 4:00 pm | Sierra High School Apr 04 Girls Varsity Soccer at

Talent vs. Attitude

What would you rather have, a team full of talent with poor attitudes, or a team with low talent and great attitudes? For some, this may be a difficult choice, but for the majority of coaches, the choice is easy. I’ll take the team of great attitudes over talent. In the end, talent will only

D’nae Wilson Selected 2nd Team All Area in Girls Basketball

More great news just keeps coming for the Stallions and our Winter Sport Athletes. After being named 2nd team all state a week ago, D’nae Wilson has been named 2nd team all area by the Colorado Springs Gazette. D’nae is just a Junior at Sierra and has already etched her name in Sierra history! Here