High school can be a challenging time . . . we are here to help! The First Nations Studies College Access Program can provide students and families with a variety of support services to transition through high school and beyond. If the student identifies as Native American, the services listed below can provide support in every phase of the high school experience.
The First Nations Studies College Access Program will use the one-of-a-kind “Expanding the Circle” curriculum designed to assist Native American high school students with the transition to college and beyond through the use of culturally relevant activities.
To learn more, see the First Nations Studies College Access Program Guidebook, and please contact the First Nations Studies College Access Program staff.
Talking circles are open to Native American youth in MPS ages 11–18. Please see our Talking Circles flyer for more details.