SMIS HIGH SCHOOL-UPSHAW HEADER
ALI UPSHAW
LEADS SMIS WITH NAVAJO SPIRIT
SMIS CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNER FEATURED IN AZ CENTRAL
SMIS HIGH SCHOOL-SOCCER HEADER
SMIS SOCCER
AWARDS BANQUET
The annual SMIS Soccer awards banquet will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 6:00 p.m.
SMIS GIVING HERO GIVING IMAGE 3
A LASTING LEGACY
REMEMBERING AL MCPHEE
How a generous bequest gift made a big impact on campus.
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We have a rolling admissions process throughout the year, including family interviews and a placement test. 

VISIT

Shadow days are available throughout the academic year and summer for prospective students to gain meet our students & faculty.

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EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE

Founded in 1946, our high school is a Catholic preparatory institution and a source of educational excellence in the Navajo Nation. Since its first graduating class of four students, the high school now over 120 students. Over 95% of our graduates go on to college or other post-secondary education. Graduates have been accepted to a number of prestigious institutions, including the University of Notre Dame, Dartmouth, Yale, and MIT--and they have been supported by noteworthy scholarships such as Gates Millenium. Our students compete in the school's championship sports teams, stage plays, and contribute service to the local community.

THE CARDINAL CREED:
SCHOLARSHIP SPORTSMANSHIP
SELFLESSNESS

SPIRITUALITY

St. Michael Indian School is a Catholic institution that accepts students of any faith. We promote a reverent environment through daily instruction in religion, and we invite others to join the Catholic faith. Our faculty and staff maintain a sensitivity to Native cultures, while striving to create opportunities for shared and public prayer. 

 

CURRICULUM

Students follow a college preparatory curriculum with core studies in mathematics, English, social studies, foreign languages, and science. A variety of elective classes are offered, including art, music, journalism, and strength and conditioning. Navajo government and language courses are also offered. As a Catholic school, we require all students to study theology each year.  

ACADEMIC POLICIES 

January 25, 2021 Alert: Due to inclement weather, there will be No Food Service/ Meals To-Go today.
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