Noli Indian School

Noli Indian School is located in San Jacinto, California. The school was first opened in 1990 when the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians made a commitment to improve educational opportunities for Native Youth. From 1990-1993 Noli was funded by a grant and in 1993 Noli received it’s accreditation from the WASC. In 1994, the success of Noli School was recognized by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and became California’s first funded grant school which is tribally governed. The school serves grades 6-12 on the Soboba Indian Reservation.

The student population is made of 100% Native American students, and represents approximately 27 Tribes. Students are bussed in from nearly 15 local Reservations within an 80-mile radius of the school. The school is not a boarding school and hours of class time are between 8:00am – 2:30pm. The students come from many local reservations such as: Morongo, Pauma, Pala, Pechanga, La Jolla, Torres Martinez, Rincon, Los Coyotes and Agua Caliente.

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The Tribal Digital Village Network (TDVNet) was created with the intent to bring Internet connectivity to the member tribes of SCTCA and empower their people. The Tribal Digital Village(TDV) is a continued set of objectives to help SCTCA achieve its mission thru technology, first and foremost, devised by the community leaders to handle the technical aspects of meeting its mission statement. The primary mission of Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association (SCTCA) is to serve the health, welfare, safety, education, cultural, economic and employment needs of its tribal members and descendants in the San Diego County urban areas.

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