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Title VII Indian Education
ASD Education Center
5530 E Northern Lights Blvd.
Anchorage, Alaska
Phone: 907-742-4445
Fax: 907-742-4585




Title VII Indian Education Program

Welcome to the Title VII Indian Education Program

We support schools as they provide opportunities for Native students to meet and exceed academic and cultural standards. We also seek to assist families with navigating our schools across the district.


Native Advisory Committee Public Forum

The Native Advisory Committee invites all parents/guardians and educators of Alaska Native and American Indian students in the Anchorage School District to attend a Public Forum on the 2015-16 Formula Grant Application Process. The Public Forum will be held on April 9, 2015 at the ASD Education Center Board Room from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

The meeting will feature:

  • Data presentation from the Anchorage School District's Assessment and Evaluation Department on the academic progress of Alaska Native and American Indian students.
  • Overview of current Title VII services, the ARISE coalition, the Anchorage School District's Destination2020, and current Title VII program proposals.

You may also offer your comments under "Public Comments".


Native Advisory Committee Election

The Native Advisory Committee (NAC) is composed of six (6) parents/guardians of Alaska Native/Native American students enrolled in Anchorage School District (ASD), three (3) Alaska Native/Native American ASD secondary students, and two (2) ASD teachers or guidance counselors of Alaska Native/Native American ASD students.  The NAC serves as an advisory committee to the Title VII Indian Education Program and Anchorage School District.  It is comprised of volunteer citizens who meet the following qualifications: 

  • is interested in improving education for Alaska Native/Native American students and commitment to the purpose of the Anchorage School District Title VII Indian Education Program; 
  • is willing and able to attend meetings regularly; 
  • is committed to working toward increased communication with the community in the conduct of NAC affairs; 

The NAC meets at least once each month, with occasional meetings for subcommittees.  The total time requirement of members is approximately 3 to 6 hours monthly. We are currently seeking 2 parents/guardians, 2 teacher/counselor, and 3 student representatives.If you are interested in serving on the NAC, submit the following application by Friday, April 24, 2015 at 5:00 PM. MUST BE PRESENT AT ELECTION MEETING ON TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015, ASD EDUCATION CENTER, BOARD ROOM, 6 PM. 

If you have any other questions please call our office at 907-742-4445 or send an e-mail to

Link to the online application:


Join us for our 2015 Summer Enrichment Program!

We will feature traditional caribou skin tanning, cultural enrichment activities, art, dance, Alaska Native language instruction, PE, technology, math and science and more!

Apply online at or download the paper application and flyer.

Questions? Call 742-7867 or email


ANSEP Opportunities for Title VII Students

We are excited to announce that Anchorage School District has developed a partnership with the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program in order to offer an exceptional summer opportunity for our Alaska Native students.  We are currently recruiting 5th, 6th, and 7th grade Alaska Native students who have a "B" average or above in their math and science classes and are on the early Algebra 1 track.

Middle School Academy will have two sessions:  June 10-21 & July 8-19. Click here for an application. Completed packets can be mailed or emailed directly to the ANSEP office or handed in at the ASD Title VII Indian Education Office.  Applications are due on March 25th.

UPDATE 3/30/2015:

Due to the low number of Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program (ANSEP) Middle School Academy applications received and confusion over the two ANSEP program application periods open concurrently, ASD and ANSEP have decided to extend the deadline for applications to April 16th at 5:00 pm.  Students who submitted their application prior to the March 25th deadline, will take priority and will receive notification of their status by April 8th.  Students who submit applications between March 26th and April 16th, if eligible, will be placed according to availability and will receive notification of their status by April 30th.

If your child needs assistance with writing their essay or completing the application, we will be having an application session on April 8th from 5:30 to 7:30, at the ASD Education Center, 5530 E. Northern Lights Blvd., with Title VII staff.  Please RSVP to this event by emailing or calling Krista James at 742-4872 or with your child's name, grade, and school.

Click here for the ASD ANSEP Middle School Academy application.  You may also wish to learn more about the ANSEP program by viewing an informational video at

Please feel free to contact the Title VII Indian Education office at 742-4445 or with any questions.


Parents & students


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Use the online form or print form (PDF) to apply. Call 742-7867 with questions

Is your child eligible for services?
Completed 506 forms (PDF) help us develop in-school support, tutoring and after-school activities


Parent tips for student success


Native Advisory Committee


Meetings »
Next meeting is Apr. 16, 2015.

NAC regularly meets once a month on Thursday evenings


Members »


About the NAC »
The NAC reviews and makes recommendations about the education of Alaska Native and Native American students districtwide


Student data:
2012-13 (PDF)

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Project K'ilProject Puqigtut II

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ASD's Title VII Indian Education Program has staff in schools across the district who concentrate their efforts on academic assistance, counseling and cultural enrichment. We receive funding from two sources: the U.S. Department of Education under Title VII - Indian, Native Hawaiian and Alaska Native Education and from the Anchorage School District for Native Education.  

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