Red Cloud Indian School
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Arts & Culture, Education, Religion
Location: 100 Mission Dr Pine Ridge SD 57770 USA
Red Cloud's primary and secondary education programs strive to produce graduates proud of their Lakota heritage, grounded in solid religious and ethical values, and well prepared for both college and life in the complex world confronting them. Its pastoral services in sixteen reservation parishes allow it to support the families of its students as it works to build a strong local church. Its respected museum, The Heritage Center, celebrates the arts and crafts of all Native American peoples.
Red Cloud strives to integrate Catholic faith and practice with the cultural and religious traditions of the Lakota people, while preparing the young people of the Reservation for an authentically Christian, authentically Lakota life in the contemporary world.
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My wife and I spent a few days this summer at the school. The purpose of our visit was to see first hand the school to which we have contributed for many years and to better understand their needs. We volunteered in several classes teaching science lessons and interacting with the students. The school provides many services and meals to the students besides providing them with a quality education. The teachers are very competent and caring. The students are motivated and perform at a high level academically. The community the school serves has an unemployment rate around 80%. Without the school, these students would not have adequate nutrition and hope for a good future that a quality education can provide. We were most impressed with the work being performed at the school and have increased our level of support accordingly. In addition to cash contributions, we provide extra resources to the teachers and library in the form of books, magazines, and science kits. We also just sent a shipment of new sweat shirts for the students in response to the need of warm clothing to deal with South Dakota winters.
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