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VC Indian Education

Educational support is available to Pre K-12th grade students with Native American or Alaskan Indian heritage. A Title VII grant provides Indian Education at Royal. Monthly visits with an Indian Education teacher increases knowledge of cultural identity and awareness with increasing academic achievement. At the secondary level, students continue their cultural studies and receive college and career counseling. Research shows students well rooted in their own cultural identity are better equipped to face challenges and do better in school. 


The simple one page registration requires that you state the tribe or group of your family ancestry and a family member's tribal membership number. To sign up, see Mrs. Hodges in the Counseling Office or visit http:tiny.cc/vcindianed.  The enrollment form is available here. For more information, visit the website or call the office of Ventura County Indian Education Consortium at 641-5000, ext. 1192.