Our Program

Program Overview:

The Indian Education Program is a federally funded program that supports American Indian students in a variety of ways. The Indian Education Program serves American Indian students by developing their understanding and appreciation of their American Indian history and culture. The Secondary Program focuses on students in grades 7 -12 and is designed to assist students with educational opportunities beyond high school. The Indian Education Program is committed to working together with parents and families to meet the unique educational and cultural needs of American Indian students. 

Indian Education Program services include:

  • Culturally Relevant Activities
  • Academic Assistance
  • Family Culture Nights
  • Monthly Drum & Dance Nights
  • Post-secondary preparation
  • Special Education support team
  • Information on community resources (school activity funds, etc.)

Student Eligibility

An eligible Indian Education student is one of the following:

  1. A member of an Indian tribe or band, including federally-recognized tribes or bands and/or state-recognized tribes or bands

  2. A descendant in the first or second degree (parent or grandparent) as described in #1

  3. Considered by the Secretary of the Interior to be American Indian for any purpose

  4. An Alaska Native

Johnson O’Malley form 
506 form

Contact Robbinsdale Indian Education Program

Robbinsdale Indian Education
Sandburg Learning Center #108
2400 Sandburg Lane
Golden Valley, MN 55427