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High School Academic Programs

Indian Education offers language classes, career exploration and job training, leadership, economics/government and a GradPoint credit recovery program.

Career Enrichment Center (CEC) Native American Classes

Career Enrichment Center (CEC) website

The Career Enrichment Center (CEC) is located near Mountain Road and I-25.  Each high school provides transportation to students to get to their classes.

  • Native American Government/Economics and Native Studies I and II
  • Native American Studies
  • Native American Economics
  • Native American Leadership
  • Navajo I and II
  • Zuni Language I and II
  • Navajo History and Government:  This class does NOT count for Government credit for graduation purposes.  It is designed to qualify Navajo Nation students for the Chief Manuelito Scholarship.
Visit the Career Enrichment Center (CEC) website for complete details and registration information.

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG)

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) website

Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program is an organization dedicated to supporting young people of great promise. JAG has been helping youth develop job skills, explore career opportunities, and place in mentoring programs to help them reach economic and academic success. 

JAG is currently available for Native American students at Cibola High School and Del Norte High School. Visit the JAG website to learn more about the program. 

Contact your academic counselor if you would like your student to be enrolled in the JAG program.

GradPoint Online Credit Recovery Program

Register for GradPoint

GradPoint Online Credit Recovery Program is a support for students in grades 9-12. Students are referred by high school counselors to make up credit towards graduation. GradPoint is for students who need to recover credits in English, U.S. History, World History, Economics, Biology, and Math.

  • Parent/Guardian Support is provided for training on technology use, advocacy, consultation, and education navigation.
  • Students enrolled in the Indian Education department can utilize the Gradpoint Online Credit Recovery Program if they need to make up high school credits.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can Freshmen or Sophomores apply? Yes.  All high school students can apply.  However, priority is given to seniors and juniors, and then sophomores and freshmen.
  • Can I take more than one class per semester? Yes.  In GradPoint, students take one course at a time, but once a course is completed, they can start another one.  Working at their own pace, students often complete two or more courses per semester.
  • Can I take courses through GradPoint to get ahead? No. GradPoint is a credit recovery program.  It is for students needed to retake courses that they did not pass on previous attempts.
  • Is it too late to apply? The GradPoint team considers applications even after the official start date.  Please apply and the GradPoint team will work with you on developing an individualized plan.  
  • What do I need to do to enroll? There is a form for the student's academic counselor to sign and for a parent to sign. The counselor will review your transcript and make recommendations on classes each student needs to graduate.
Contact Phil Farson, Instructional Manager, by email at for more information about GradPoint.