Sedona Students Get Educated Hopi-style

In 1942, a globally thinking couple, Hamilton and Barbara Warren, who originally met in Guatemala, came to Arizona and together with the assistance of skilled Hopi construction workers created a private school in Sedona.

The school, known as the Verde Valley School originally started with 16 students and a handful of teachers and artists. VVS was and is committed to creating a school that would foster an environment that would promote the mission of ìlearning to live and think as world citizens so we can help the world toward peace.

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