About Title VII Indian Education
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.
Title VII positions Youth Development Tutors in schools across the District serving as advocates for students while providing supplemental academic assistance and facilitating dynamic cultural enrichment activities. In addition, we have community counselors offering academic assistance, career and college guidance and crisis intervention.
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College Prep for High School Students
Saturday, December 17, 2016, 11am-4pm
Alaska Native and American Indian high school students and their parents are invited to attend this informational session at the ASD Education Center.
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We will have help with: FAFSA, Native Corporation/Tribal scholarship opportunities, CTE, the Alaska Performance Scholarship, and more! We will also host student and parent discussion groups so that everyone can have their questions answered by people who have survived the college application experience. If you wish to complete the FAFSA during the College Prep session, please make sure to bring your completed 2015 Federal Tax Return. (Both parents and students need to bring this if they filed.) We will have the computer labs open and accessible and completing the FAFSA is a great first step in accessing funds to help pay for schooling. If you want to know what it is, and why you should fill it out, please visit this helpful site: Why Should I Complete the FAFSA? We look forward to seeing you at the Ed Center!
ASD Education Center Board Room
5530 E. Northern Lights Blvd.
Anchorage, AK 99504
Title VII offers a variety of programs and services for Alaska Native and American Indian students enrolled in the Anchorage School District and their families.
Title VII integrates Alaska Native and American Indian values into a variety of programs to create an enriching connection for students and their families.
Title VII staff provide a variety of academic supports to eligible students within the Anchorage School District that are specific to their grade and academic level.
Project Ki’L addresses opportunity gaps faced by Alaska Native Students in select project schools by encouraging academic and cultural success.
The Native Advisory Committee is an advisory committee to the Title VII program and Anchorage School District that is comprised of volunteer citizens.
Title VII works closely with the local community and our community partners in order to provide supports and services which meet the needs of the families we serve.