Each year, most parents look to find a rock solid summer camp learning experience that will enrich their children’s lives and academic growth and tribal parents are no exception.
Vaugh Jackson, a recent graduate of Tuba City High School, was awarded Male Track Athlete of the Year by the Navajo Times.
Shenaira Sloan, 18, a 2017 graduate of Tuba City High School, has signed with Ottawa University for a full-ride basketball scholarship to play this coming fall.
Katilin Honahni, 20, was named “Student of the Year” by Nizhoni Accelerated Academy (NAA) staff May 20 during the Tuba City Warrior graduation. NAA is the alternative high school for the Tuba City District.
It was a day of sunshine celebration.
Her heartfelt message to the Tuba City Junior high graduates this year was clear and direct.
Tuba City graduate gets full scholarship
Tia Folgheraiter, 18, a senior at Tuba City High School (TCHS), is headed to Dartmouth on a full scholarship, where she will focus on biology global health and studio art.
In a final neck-and-neck lap, Tuba City High school senior Vaugh Jackson won in two dramatic steps the State Championship, Division III, 1,600 meter run, besting the favored runner from Saguaro High School.
It is not easy getting to the top of the academic heap at a competitive and large high school like Tuba City High School (TCHS), but 10 students achieved the Top Senior list.
Tuba City High School (TCHS) is a rich melting pot of ethnic cultures, including tribal and non-tribal members who support and encourage one another.