The Indian Education Program of Tempe Union High School District (TUHSD) would like to invite you to become a part our program. Indian Education is prepared to provide you with academic support and services during the duration of your education journey within TUHSD.
Any new students to the TUHSD must register before fees can be paid. Please contact the Indian Education Office at Marcos de Niza.
Returning TUHSD students will have a credit on their bookstore account when they go in for book pick up.
If nothing is listed below, please check back soon. We are always adding different opportunities when they arise.
The application window for the Native American Science and Engineering Program (NASEP) is now officially OPEN. Please see attached document and the NASEP application website for details about the application process and the program. In brief, the basic program description and eligibility requirements are as follows:
NASEP Program Description:
NASEP is a year-long program designed to provide Native American high school students with a vision of a career in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) field; connects students with academic professionals and industry representatives from STEM related interests; and catalyze the student's motivation to complete chemistry, physics, and pre-calculus before graduating high school. Through one-on-one college preparation coaching with university affiliates, building a computer from its essential components, interactive workshops, and family events, students learn how to effectively prepare for the college admissions process, receive important information about academic success, and are exposed to different STEM career paths.
The summer experience will take place June 11-17 this year. The application priority deadline is MARCH 17, 2017. Please have all completed documents sent to the below email address by this date.
Eligibility: This is open to current high school sophomores and juniors (or rising juniors and seniors for the 2017-2018 academic year) and enrolled members of a federally recognized tribe.
The annual Arizona State University RECHARGE conference empowers American Indian students in grades 7-12 to take charge of their education and invest in their future and community. The event includes engaging activities and inspiring presentations, including topics on culture and identity, college readiness, financial aid and scholarships, college majors, and specialized ASU campus resources. This year RECHARGE will be held on January 25, 2017 - ASU West Campus