Welcome Parents and Guardians!
Navajo Preparatory School is the only Navajo-sanctioned, college-preparatory school for Native Americans. The school offers students a challenging, innovative curriculum in science, math, computers, and other traditional academic subjects. In harmony with the past, it steeps the youth in a deep appreciation of the Navajo Language, culture, and history. Armed with this impressive, balanced education, students graduate with the skills to succeed in college and an understanding of the world around them. Many will become leaders of their people and role models for future generations.
The International Baccalaureate Programme is an integral part of Navajo Preparatory School. The purpose of the program is to provide students with an academically challenging high school education, which meets worldwide standards and criteria and is sanctioned by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).
- To develop inquisitive, compassionate life-long learners and leaders through a challenging curriculum of international education and assessment.
- To promote a strong foundation of Navajo Philosophy and holistic world view that fosters intercultural understanding and respect in a global society.
- The mission is reflected in the IB Learner Profile and the School’s motto: “Leaders Now and Into the Future”
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My education at Navajo Preparatory School was life changing. It opened doors to opportunities and helped lay the foundation for me to succeed in advancing my education and later, in careers serving the Navajo people at the federal level and in leadership on the tribal level. As the only residential college preparatory high school serving Navajo students from all corners of the Navajo reservation, there is no other school that offers curriculum compatible with Navajo culture and teachings at the same time exposing students to arts, sciences, and athletics, while preparing them to successfully walk in two worlds--that of our indigenous people and the mainstream. I’m incredibly blessed to have attended Navajo Prep and am proud of the impact Navajo Prep alumni have now and will have into the future as we serve our Navajo communities.