Bishop Indian Education Center

The goal of the Education Center is to provide quality educational supportive services for the youth of the tribe and surrounding community by maintaining a positive, supportive, and respsonsible staff dedicated to the development of well-rounded individuals. The Education Center will monitor student progress, offer tutorial services, workshops, scholarship opportunities, college and career counseling, mediation, parent conflict support, as well as a various activities for both parents and students.


BISHOP TRIBE 2021-2022 SPRING BIA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

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RETURNING STUDENTS

NEW STUDENTS



2020 TRIBAL COLLEGE GRADUATES

Eric Bohay - Associate of Arts in Geography, Cerritos Community College

Earl Lent – Associate of Arts in Psychology & Associate of Arts in Teaching

Emma Williams - Associate of Arts in Business Fundamentals, University of Phoenix

Antonio Cardenas - Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, California State University, Bakersfield

Hunter Fields - Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, California State University, Chico

Allogan Hess - Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration, University of Phoenix

Cy Scott - Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Tamia Shoshone - Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, Concordia University

James Summers - Bachelor of Science in Political Science and History, Fort Lewis College

Hayden Burdick - Master of Arts in Education, University of Phoenix

Edward Piper - Program completion in Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning, United Education Institute


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Tutoring

  • After school tutoring for students 1st - 8th grade emphasizing reading and math
  • Evening tutoring is available to high school students and adults needing assistance with all academic subjects
  • TUTORING IS AVAILABLE MONDAY - THURSDAY (FRIDAYS & WEEKENDS UPON REQUEST)



Parent Supportive Services

  • Educational, social, and cultural activities and workshops are available to parents
  • Educational counseling
  • Conflict support
  • Mediation
  • Academic Support
  • Computer Support



Scholarships / College & Career Counseling

  • Tribal Scholarships - BIA and Bishop Tribal Scholarships are available to all enrolled Tribal members attending post-secondary institutions
  • Assistance with Federal Aid Forms, college and career counseling are also available - CONTACT STUDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR (760) 873-8740



Summer Activities

  • A five-week long program that provides a fun and educational field summer for students 1st - 9th grade. Students participate in language arts/reading, physical education, arts, and crafts, Paiute language, and field trips
  • A nutritious breakfast & lunch is provided all summer long for children 0-18 years old through our Summer Foods Program

"I have seen that in any great undertaking it is not enough for a man to depend simply upon himself."