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Richfield Residential Hall has been educating Navajo youth for over fifty years. This proud heritage of service to the Dine people began in the early 1950’s when Navajo parents requested that their children be allowed to continue the exemplary education they were receiving in the Richfield area while the parents followed the seasonal agricultural work to Northern Utah, and other nearby states.

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Richfield Residential Hall is the premier educational opportunity for Dine high school students.

 

A Proud History:

Richfield Residential Hall has been educating Navajo youth for over fifty years. This proud heritage of service to the Dine people began in the early 1950’s when Navajo parents requested that their children be allowed to continue the exemplary education they were receiving in the Richfield area while the parents followed the seasonal agricultural work to Northern Utah, and other nearby states.

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Recent Blog Posts

March 5, 2015 |

Navajo Shoegame

Here are our students playing keeshjee Saturday night! Navajo shoe game. In the end, girls were the winners. They...

February 24, 2015 |

Sunday evening

Jared & Marlene sponsored a sunday evening activity in the living room. Students played, “One if by...

February 24, 2015 |

Native Movie

On February 15, 2015 the Native Club hosted a native movie afternoon. They watched several Native movies...

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