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  1. Schools in Minnesota: Blue Ribbon Schools in Minnesota, Boarding Schools in Minnesota, Charter Schools in Minnesota
  2. Boarding Schools in Minnesota: Shattuck-Saint Mary's, Hillcrest Lutheran Academy, Minnesota State Academies
  3. Pipestone: My Life in an Indian Boarding School by Adam Fortunate Eagle, 2010-03
  4. To Show What an Indian Can Do: Sports at Native American Boarding Schools (Sport and Culture) by John Bloom, 2005-03-10

1. Catholic Boarding Schools Association
by the Western Association of schools and Colleges. Preparatory School Box 4000 Collegeville,minnesota 563214000 7-12 and PG Enrollment 262 boarding 80 Day
http://www.cbsa.org/schoolDescriptions.html
cbsa .org Catholic Boarding Schools Association School Descriptions
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(1) Canterbury School
Caller Box 5000
New Milford, Connecticut 06776
Telephone: (860) 355-3103 Fax: (860) 350-1120 Email: admissions@canterbury.pvt.k12.ct.us Website: www.canterbury.pvt.k12.ct.us Population: Coeducational Grade: 9-12 and PG Enrollment: 335 Boarding 60% Day 40% Founded: 1915 Affiliation: Roman Catholic (Lay) Special Programs: Seven-day boarding program English as a Second Language Post-graduate study Interdepartmental Study Contact: Patrick M. Finn - Director of Admission (2) Chaminade College Preparatory School 425 S. Lindbergh Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63131-2799 Telephone: (314) 993-4400 or (877) ESTO VIR Fax: (314) 993-5732 E-Mail: msaxer@chaminade.st-louis.mo.us

2. Bibliography Of Indian Boarding Schools
Indian boarding schools About Indian boarding schools boarding schools. Indian Grammar, Primary and Day schools The Purposes of Government Explained. Primary document from minnesota
http://www.asu.edu/lib/archives/boardingschools.htm
Bibliography of Indian Boarding Schools: Approximately 1875 TO 1940 Labriola Center
The following bibliography lists reference material dealing with Indian boarding schools during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These resources include material found in the Labriola National American Indian Data Center in the University Libraries at Arizona State University, websites, and other research facilities. This subject guide is also located on the Labriola Center website at www.asu.edu/lib/archives/labriola.htm
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT BOARDING SCHOOLS The most famous boarding school for Indian children was the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania, founded by Richard Pratt in 1879. The philosophy and intent of this and most subsequent schools was to assimilate Indian children by removing them from their native cultures, and teaching them the manners, dress, and job skills that were deemed important by the school founders and administrators. While boarding schools still exist, most had changed their practices of forced assimilation by the 1930s. This bibliography only covers the schools from 1879 to 1940. It does not contain any novels. It is not a complete list.

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Teens, Troubled, Programs, boarding School, boarding schools, Boot Camp, Reform Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada,
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4. Reservation Boarding Schools
these acts against the children entrusted to its boarding schools, brutalizing them Itwas 1959 From the minnesota Historical Society site Indian Grammar
http://www.twofrog.com/rezsch.html
A personal story by Carol M. Hodgson: "When I go home I'm going to talk Indian"
September 8, 2000 - Remarks by the Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Indian Affairs
February 6, 2001 An excerpt from the Winter 2000 Issue of Native Americas Journal]
December 17, 2001 - An excerpt from the book "Shaping Survival"
Four Native women sharing their educational experiences]
January 6, 2003 American Indian Students (1878-1923)
Personal Accounts written by students and student lists by name and Tribal affiliation]
The Reservation Boarding School System
in the United States, 1870 -1928
Justification and Rationalization

Day Schools vs. Boarding Schools
Carlisle Indian School and Richard Henry Pratt The System Begins to Fail By way of introduction: The Reservation Boarding School System was a war in disguise. It was a war between the United States government and the children of the First People of this land. Its intention was that of any war, elimination of the enemy. The reason this war is difficult to recognize is because it was covered by the attractive patina of a concept called "Manifest Destiny." Manifest Destiny was a philosophy by which the white european invader imagined themselves as having a divine right to take possession of all land and its fruits. The reason that the Concept of Manifest Destiny was so effective was because, as it steam rolled across the land, it dragged the masses with it. The hooks that dragged these masses were many and were forged by Christianity and the Christian imprimatur. Although the fuel that energized Manifest Destiny was economic, the inspiration was in its alignment with divine will. This quote from the essay

5. Catholic Boarding Schools Association
agreed to share expenses for a Catholic boarding schools booth at At the 1995 meeting,schools for girls John's Prep (minnesota) 1980Did Not Meet 1981-St.
http://www.cbsa.org/missionAndBylaws.html
cbsa .org Catholic Boarding Schools Association Mission and Bylaws
CURRENT CBSA LEADERSHIP

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Steve Cash, Headmaster
CBSA Executive Director
Le Mans Academy
Rolling Prairie, Indiana
Br. Ronald Talbot, S.C., President
CBSA Treasurer
St. Stanislaus College
Bay St. Louis, Mississippi Al Zappelli, Director of Admission Executive Committee Member Woodside Priory School Portola Valley, California Michelle Fairbank, Director of Admission Executive Committee Member Thomas More Prep-Marian High School Hays, Kansas PROJECT MANAGERS Fr. Charles Zach, OSB, President NCEA Convention, Speaker for CBSA Conference Mount Michael Benedictine Prep School Elkhorn, Nebraska Al Zappelli, Director of Admission cbsa.org Inquiry Processing, General Marketing Woodside Priory School Portola Valley, California CBSA Member Directory, Website Maintenance Le Mans Academy Rolling Prairie, Indiana Mick McGuire, Director of Admission 2000 CBSA Conference Maur Hill Prep School Atchison, Kansas

6. Peterson's Private Schools, Boarding And Day Geo Minnesota
is available in Peterson's Private Secondary schools 20022003. Cotter High School,Winona De LaSalle Language Institute, Winona The minnesota Academy of
http://www.petersons.com/PSchools/select/mn.asp?sponsor=1

7. Shattuck-St. Mary's School
States, Midwest Association of boarding schools, National Association of Episcopalschools, The Association of boarding schools, and minnesota department of
http://www.petersons.com/pschools/sites/002256si.asp?sponsor=1

8. Minnesota Schools Online - Page 2 Of 2
minnesota schools Online contains links to private schools which have their own Web site. Choose from day and boarding schools, K12 schools, single sex schools serving boys or girls, elementary schools, preparatory schools and high schools. There Free Psychics. minnesota schools Online. Guide picks We provide information on boarding schools for troubled teens.
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Saint Agnes High School, St. Paul

Roman Catholic college prep institution. 9-12. Coed. Day. Saint Annes' Catholic Elementary School, Le Sueur
"St. Annes' Catholic Elementary is a non-public accredited school offering a high quality, well rounded education for grades K-6." Saint John's Preparatory School, Collegeville "A college preparatory school in the Catholic, Benedictine tradition. Our mission is to prepare young men and women for success in college and a lifetime of learning, service, compassion, stewardship and leadership in the professions, the civic community and the church." Saint Paul Academy and Summit School, St. Paul

9. NAES Boarding Schools And Boarding-and-Day Schools
of NAES member boarding and boardingand-day schools, arranged alphabetically Florida,Hawaii, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, minnesota, Mississippi, New
http://www.naes.org/members/boardtext.html

10. Resources For Indian Schools: Minnesota Indian Artists
he spent much of his time in boarding schools at Red lake and Pipestone, minnesota. He did not begin to think seriously
http://indy4.fdl.cc.mn.us/~isk/art/art_minn.html
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P atrick D es J arlait amily: R ed L ake O jibway T radition
Biographical Sketch by Robert DesJarlait
"M y earliest memories of Red Lake have a storybook quality," wrote Ojibway artist Patrick DesJarlait. "I remember beautiful pure white snow. There were acres of forest lands on the reservation and the clear blue lakes held almost every kind of Minnesota fish. Nature provided a perfect setting for a young Indian growing up. I spent many hours of my childhood wandering through the woods, either by myself or with my friends. And in the forests that surrounded my home, I found the animals and woodland scenes that became the subjects of my first drawings." A s a little boy growing up on the Red Lake Indian Reservation, he was called Na-gwa-bo Boy in the Woods. He was given this name because he could always be found in the woods, always alone, and either quietly sketching or thinking. Patrick DesJarlait found beauty in his surroundings. He found beauty in the faces of his people. He found beauty in their way of life. He found beauty where he was not supposed to find it. In boarding school, where his Indian name was taken away, his teachers told him repeatedly there was no value in an Indian way of life. He did not listen. He continued to sketch the woodlands, the animal-beings and the people he came to know so well. T he DesJarlait family consisted of his parents and four brothers and two sisters. Patrick's father worked as a woodcutter for the Red Lake Lumber Mill. His mother died when he was seven. After this very sad event in his life, he spent much of his time in boarding schools at Red lake and Pipestone, Minnesota. He did not begin to think seriously of taking up a career in art until he entered higfh school. At Red Lake High School, he became a student of Miss Ross, an English teacher. She encouraged his interest in art. She even purchased special supplies for him on her trips to the cities.

11. Teacher Lesson Plan - Indian Boarding Schools: Civilizing The Native Spirit
Bloom, John. To Show What an Indian Can Do Sports at Native AmericanBoarding schools. Minneapolis University of minnesota Press, 2000.
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/lessons/01/indian/resources.html
The Library of Congress Indian Boarding Schools: Civilizing the Native Spirit
Resources Page American Memory Resources: American Memory Collections:
Most of the materials used in this lesson are drawn from the following collections: American Indians of the Pacific Northwest
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award98/wauhtml/aipnhome.html Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian: Photographic Images
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award98/ienhtml/curthome.html History of the American West, 1860-1920: Photographs from the Collection of the Denver Public Library
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award97/codhtml/hawphome.html The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpcoop/moahtml/snchome.html Taking the Long View: Panoramic Photographs, 1851-1991
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/pnhtml/pnhome.html
American Memory Special Presentations: Assimilation Through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest
http://content.lib.washington.edu/aipnw/marr/index.html
This special presentation is found within the American Indians of the Pacific Northwest collection. "Carolyn J. Marr, Librarian at the Museum of History and Industry in Seattle, examines the operation of northwestern American Indian schools in her essay on one of the most effective means government officials used in their attempt to eradicate traditional native institutions."

12. MWBS Online - The Minnesota Preparatory Schools
WI 54540 Tel 715/5471321 Fax 715/547-1390 E-mail Click Here Website Click HereMidwest boarding schools, Admission Office - PO Box 218 Faribault, MN 55021
http://www.mwbs.org/schools/conserveSchool.html

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Conserve School
Land O'Lakes, Wisconsin
Conserve School was the dream of the late industrialist, James R. Lowenstine. After his death in 1996, his 1200-acre estate in far northern Wisconsin began the transformation to the campus that will have an estimated enrollment of 140 students for the 2003/2004 school year. The housing, academic, athletic/recreation, and other buildings occupy approximately 100 acres. The remaining 1100 acres of lakes and woods, abutting the Sylvania Wilderness, provide a vast outdoor laboratory and recreation site for cross-country skiing, hiking, kayaking, and camping.
Students of Conserve School will prepare for their future with hands on education. Classes will be interdisciplinary with emphasis on ethical decision-making, critical thinking, environmental stewardship, innovation, effective communication, and creativity.
Coeducational
Grades: 9-12
Enrollment: 140
Boarding: 140
Day: Founded: 2002 Affiliation: ISACS, MWBS

13. MWBS Online - The Minnesota Preparatory Schools
The minnesota Preparatory schools is now Cotter High School. Please update yourbookmark to the new page. Midwest boarding schools, Admission Office PO Box
http://www.mwbs.org/schools/theMinnesotaPreparatorySchools.html

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The Minnesota Preparatory Schools is now Cotter High School . Please update your bookmark to the new page.
Midwest Boarding Schools, Admission Office - PO Box 218
Faribault, MN 55021 800-799-6927

14. Minnesota Private Schools: Index
Area Private School Students Do Well On State Tests minnesota's privateschool studentscontinue We provide information on boarding schools for troubled teens
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15. Private Schools: Jewish Schools In Minnesota
Jewish schools in minnesota MINNEAPOLIS BAIS YAAKOV HIGH SCHOOL 4221 SUNSET BLVD612915-9117. We provide information on boarding schools for troubled teens.
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16. Resources For Indian Schools: Minnesota Indian Artists
His mother died when he was seven. After this very sad event in his life, he spentmuch of his time in boarding schools at Red lake and Pipestone, minnesota.
http://www.kstrom.net/isk/art/art_minn.html
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P atrick D es J arlait amily: R ed L ake O jibway T radition
Biographical Sketch by Robert DesJarlait
"M y earliest memories of Red Lake have a storybook quality," wrote Ojibway artist Patrick DesJarlait. "I remember beautiful pure white snow. There were acres of forest lands on the reservation and the clear blue lakes held almost every kind of Minnesota fish. Nature provided a perfect setting for a young Indian growing up. I spent many hours of my childhood wandering through the woods, either by myself or with my friends. And in the forests that surrounded my home, I found the animals and woodland scenes that became the subjects of my first drawings." A s a little boy growing up on the Red Lake Indian Reservation, he was called Na-gwa-bo Boy in the Woods. He was given this name because he could always be found in the woods, always alone, and either quietly sketching or thinking. Patrick DesJarlait found beauty in his surroundings. He found beauty in the faces of his people. He found beauty in their way of life. He found beauty where he was not supposed to find it. In boarding school, where his Indian name was taken away, his teachers told him repeatedly there was no value in an Indian way of life. He did not listen. He continued to sketch the woodlands, the animal-beings and the people he came to know so well. T he DesJarlait family consisted of his parents and four brothers and two sisters. Patrick's father worked as a woodcutter for the Red Lake Lumber Mill. His mother died when he was seven. After this very sad event in his life, he spent much of his time in boarding schools at Red lake and Pipestone, Minnesota. He did not begin to think seriously of taking up a career in art until he entered higfh school. At Red Lake High School, he became a student of Miss Ross, an English teacher. She encouraged his interest in art. She even purchased special supplies for him on her trips to the cities.

17. Review, Middle School,
Other essays tell about life for young people in th Indian boarding schools of the Althoughthis special issue focusses on minnesota Ojibwe, it is also highly
http://www.kstrom.net/isk/books/middle/mi240.html
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Middle School (9 - 14) Books
ON THE (MINNESOTA OJIBWE) RESERVATION, Caroline Gilman et al, special issue of Minnesota Roots magazine published for schools; Minnesota Historical Society, 345 Kellogg Boulevard, St. Paul, MN 55102, 800-647-7827; 1986, reprinted 1990; 39 pages oversize magazine. Photos, teaching resource listing, reservations map. $3.50. No ISBN This special issue of the twice-yearly magazine provides a good overview of Ojibwe life and culture at about the time Minnesota Indians were being forced onto reservations. An initial essay is drawn by Gilman from the thoughtful and colorful autobiography of Way-quah-gishig (John Rogers of the White Earth reservation. Another essay describes the effects of th Dawes Allotment Act, with a map that shows the checkerboarding of Leech Lake (once a part of what had been intended to be the larger White Earth), where 90% of the land has been lost either to private purchasers or to state and U.S. Forest Service land. It's one of the better presentations on this shameful and important aspect of American history for young people. For on-reservation life, the total control of the Indian (Bureau of Indian Affairs) agent a power so easily and so often abused is shown. There is a short essay about how the agents arrested the Beaulieu brothrs and seized the printing presses and issues of the first Indian newspaper, the White Earth

18. High School Alternatives: Minnesota--schools
Midwest boarding schools You could always get away from home this way. Some schoolsare even centered in the arts. minnesota Web Directory Education minnesota
http://www.highschoolalt.org/schools.html
There are lots of alternatives schools in Minnesota and in the Twin Cities, these websites can help you find them. A program called Open Enrollment means you can go to any public school, even if its outside your district. (As long as they have room for you, of course.)
public schools charter schools non-public schools
Public Schools
MAAP Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs
Explore hundreds of different alternative schools in the state of Minnesota. Narrow down schools to those your area.
Minneapolis Public Schools Alternative Programs
General info and contact information for alternative schools affiliated with the Minneapolis public school system.
Intermediate School District 287 Area Learning Center
The largest alternative program in the state of Minnesota serves mainly students who live within 13 Hennepin County school districts. Good descriptions of their over 30 programs.
Minnesota Web Directory: Education
Links to Minnesota public school districts on the web, so you can find alternative schools or magnet programs in regular schools...
Charter Schools
MN Charter School Handbook
Did you know that not just teachers and parents, but students can start charter schools? If you gotta cool idea for starting your own school, start here to learn how this is done in our state.

19. Educational Placement
Missouri Dept. of Elementary Secondary Ed. minnesota Association of SchoolAdministrators. Private/boarding schools. boardingschools-Finder.
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Teaching (PK-12) Employment/Resources
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Iowa K-12 School District Web Sites Yahoo! Directory of K-12 Schools ... Project Connect K-12 teaching job listings. Username= teacher Password= aswan
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ARTSEDGE - Community Center Classroom Connect ... Outdoor Action
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Peterson's Education Center
K-12 schools, private schools, universities, study abroad, job listings, etc. Pi Lambda Theta Project Adventure Guide to adventure learning
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20. Educational Placement√ĎAdministration Employment Links
listings. minnesota Association of School Administrators Administrativejob listings. Mississippi Private/boarding schools. Carney, Sandoe
http://www.uiowa.edu/~edplace/OnlineCenter/www/adminjob.htm
School Administration Employment/Resources State and District Listings General Resources Iowa Schools:
Iowa Department of Education
EdJobs Online Teach Iowa Education Week Marketplace ...
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- Administrative job listings K-12 Jobs.com - Administrative and K-12 teaching job listings National Association of Elementary School Principals - Elementary administrative job listings National Association of Secondary School Principals - Secondary administrative job listings National School Boards Association - District leadership job listings NationJob Network on Education - Administrative and K-12 teaching job listings Phi Delta Kappa - Job Site Project Connect - Administrative and K-12 jobs. Username: teacher Password aswan State and District Listings (California) ED-JOIN - California County Superintendents Educational Services (California) Edutech - Administrative, K-12 teaching and Community College job listings

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