Hotevilla — Since its inception in 1948, Hamilton and Barbara Warren, founders of the Verde Valley School said they have been committed to diversity, intercultural education and environmental stewardship.
Staying true to their mission for the private school located in Sedona, the Warrens along with anthropoligist Clyde Kluckhohn, wanted their VVS student body to have the opportunity to draw on the rich and diverse heritage of Arizona’s Native Americans. So a portion of the students’ experience and curriculum includes a yearly field trip to the Four Corners Area where they are assigned a home-stay with a Native American family.
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