Hopitutuqaki, The Hopi School, is dedicated to developing an educational process derived from Hopi Indian philosophy, values and methods. Always before, Hopi students have been taught in schools using values, philosophy and methods designed for and derived from an outside culture.
While this effort is not quite unique, there are very few schools working with Native American students that use the students' own culture, values, background and strengths as the basis for the school, the curriculum, the educational process.
Read more to see what we are doing.
The 2017 schedule of classis is on the Program Page and below.
Here is a way to search through some Native American Education resources and all of the Native American Treaties.
Use the donation button below to donate to Hopitutuqaiki.
Tickets for the 2017 Opportunity Quilt are now available online or by sending a check to the school.
Centuries ago, as petroglyphs throughout the Southwest show, the Hopi people prayed and had ceremonies to bring rain to the villages and crops, for a bountiful harvest. The 2017 Hopitutuqaiki Opportunity Quilt “Owatutuveni” (messages on rock), portrays that prayer.
Click on the button below to purchase chances for the Opportunity Quilt. Chances are $1 each or 6 for $5. Indicate $5 for 6 chances, $10 for 12 chances, etc. Open the PayPal window to full screen to choose the number of tickets.