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Native American Programs include: Native American Government and Economics, Navajo Government and History, Reading and Math Intervention, Navajo and Zuni Languages, School Supplies, Senior Banquet, Distinguished Stoles and Seals Award, Graduation Credit Recovery Program.
Middle School
Middle schools have resource teachers available to help Native American students with transitions from elementary to middle school and middle school to high school.
High School
Students that are enrolled with the Native American department can be reimbursed for various fees. These may include lab fees for core classes, college day, cap and gown, SAT/ACT fees.
School Supplies
School supplies are available at the beginning of each school year for pre-K to 12th grade for students that are eligible. Students must have completed a Form 506.
Special Recognition
All APS students participating in the Indian Education Program can receive special recognition which may include: t-shirts, backpacks, zoo passes, etc. Any APS employee can nominate a student. Recognition given in May of each year.
Fashion Show
Every year students, parents, and grandparents come together to show traditional and modern Native American outfits.
Gradpoint Online Credit Recovery Program
Students enrolled in the Indian Education department can utilize the Gradpoint Online Credit Recovery Program if they need to make up high school credits.
Indian Education News
7th Annual College Connection Day
7th Annual College Connection Day for Native American Students
Dual Enrollment opportunity at UNM in Native American Studies
Dual enrollment opportunity at UNM in Native American Studies. NATV 150: Introduction to Native American Studies taken in conjunction with APS course: US Government
Students enrolled in APS and the Indian Education Program are eligible to receive school supplies at the beginning of each school year (while supplies last).