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FREE TO ALL HBUHSD STUDENTS - TUTORING (All subjects, all levels)
Monday - Thursday 3:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
Call (714) 848-0656 ext. 4957 to make an appointment.
The Indian Education Program in the Huntington Beach Union High School District has been in existence 38 years. The program service area is the 47 square mile boundary of the Huntington Beach Union High School District and its four feeder elementary school districts which includes major portions of the cities of Westminster and Fountain Valley, and the entire city of Huntington Beach. We are currently providing services to approximately 1,072 students.
The program is designed to continue to meet educational, career/counseling and cultural needs of identified Indian Students in grades 9-12. It provides these students with supplementary, enrichment and support services over and beyond those normally provided in the District. The program design is a collaborative effort of the Parent Committee of the Indian Education Program utilizing school records, data from a formalized Needs Assessment, and student, parent, and professional and paraprofessional focus group activities.
It is the mission of Title VII, Indian Education, to provide a Holistic Environment that honors and integrates Academic, Cultural, and Personal Identity, as well as, to maintain a supportive dialogue with students, parents and teachers.
We strive to create a Contemporary perspective of Indian Education which enhances Spirituality, Respect for all our Relations, and nurtures the skills and values needed to thrive in a word that is continuously changing.