The American Indian Studies (AIS) Program provides the opportunity for ALL students, of any and all cultures, to learn American Indian history, literature, art, and language from a Native perspective. Both Ojibwe and Dakota languages are offered at Harding High School. All AIS classes meet district and state content standards, and have been developed as rigorous, culturally competent courses.
Through collaboration with the Saint Paul Indian Education Program, AIS offers additional support for American Indian students, including attendance and grade monitoring, college and career exploration, tutoring, and Support class.
The American Indian Studies Program at Harding has a School Support Counselor for 10th-12th grade students.
You can learn more about the American Indian Studies Program at Harding by visiting their webpage.