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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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February 12, 2016 |

American Indian Caucus

Calsie Sockyma and Porscha Greymountain, along with staff Sylvia Nielson, attended American Indian Caucus Day on Monday, February 8th, at the Utah State Capitol.  High students had the opportunity to shadow a representative for the day and meet Utah tribal leaders. Calsie shadowed Rep. Kay L. McIff and Porscha shadowed Rep. Jack R. Draxler.  The tribal leaders shared concerns in an open forum with Governor Gary Herbert and Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox.  Navajo Nation Vice-President Jonathan Nez also addressed the governor.  Other members of the Navajo Nation government that was also present:  LoRenzo Bates, Speaker of the House; Nathaniel Brown, Council Delegate & Health, Education, & Human Services Committee; and Dr. Tommy Lewis,...

January 27, 2016 |

Senior SFG

This is what SFG looked like for Seniors, this past Sunday. They took an outing to Sand Ledges, east of Richfield, for an afternoon of Tubing and hot chocolate. Look at some of the memories they...

January 5, 2016 |

Did You Know?

Are you aware of the awesome educational opportunities that Richfield Residential Hall students have access...

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