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  • SPPS Indian Education


    The American Indian Education Program, offered through the Saint Paul Public Schools District 625, is in existence to preserve and present the unique political, sovereign, cultural, traditional, and spiritual values of American Indian Nations through Education.



    To assist American Indian students in graduating from high school with a quality education and a positive cultural personal identity.


Message to 2020 Graduates

SPPS Indian Education Program wants to congratulate our Class of 2020. We may not have been able to celebrate in person this year, but you have not been forgotten. Congratulations on your hard work and achievement!

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    Indian Education Program
    65 E. Kellogg Blvd
    Saint Paul, MN, 55102
    651-744-293-5191 | Fax: 651-293-5193

News & Updates

  • Indian Education Staff Working Remotely

    The Indian Education Program office is currently closed to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and our staff is working off-site. Messages left at 651-293-5191 will be returned as quickly as possible.


    SPPS Fall 2020 Information

    Fall 2020 Planning

    Distance Learning

    SPPS Virtual Learning School


    Board of Education Vacancy

    June 29, 2020 Resolution

    An election will be held to fill the vacancy on November 3, 2020. Candidates applying to fill this vacancy must file affidavits of candidacy with the Ramsey County Elections Office during the period beginning on July 28, 2020, and ending on August 11, 2020. 


    AIMS Middle School Ojibwe Teaching Position

    American Indian Magnet School is seeking an Ojibwe Language Teacher for the 2020-2021 school year.

    AIMS Middle School Ojibwe Language Teacher Job Description


    Senior Portraits

    Sacred Visions Photography and SPPS Indian Education are offering a free 45-minute Senior Portrait session for the St. Paul Public Schools Class of 2021.

    Sessions are only available for SPPS Indian Education students. If you have not received services from SPPS Indian Education in the past, please contact Cindy Johnson at cynthia.s.johnson@spps.org or (651) 744-4015 to learn more about our program.

    View the flyer for additional details


    Youth Honoring & Senior Recognition

    The SPPS Indian Education Youth Honoring and Senior Recognition Ceremony have been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

    We will update you when new details are available, and are looking forward to being together with you when large gatherings are permitted.