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MISSION

Taopi Cikala Owayawa will provide a sacred environment for students to achieve academic and Lakota language and cultural excellence.

VISION

Taopi Cikala Owayawa recognizes the importance of an education for the future leaders of the Oglala Lakota Nation. Therefore, we will continue to provide for the needs of the individuals and incorporate the Lakota values in assisting students to acquire academic and social skills necessary for a productive life in modern society.

ABOUT OUR SCHOOL

Little Wound was one of the Oglala chiefs who believed education was the answer for a better future for their people. His belief led others to bring that vision to reality. The school was named in memory of Chief Little Wound and his son, George Little Wound.

The student population is approximately 900 students who are predominantly Oglala Lakota. A majority of the high school students are bused to Little Wound School from several communities on the reservation, which constitutes an attendance area having a 50-mile radius.

 

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Little Wound School
605-455-6150