Navajo Preparatory School is a college preparatory school located in Farmington, New Mexico. The school is fully sanctioned by the Navajo Nation since 1991 when the previous Navajo Academy closed due to lack of funding. The campus is currently undergoing a remodelling project for the past few years that includes new dormitories, classrooms, and an athletic sports complex. The school colors are black, turquoise, yellow, and white which represent the four seasons in Navajo Culture and the mascot is the eagle. The previous school colors for Navajo Mission and Navajo Academy were red, white, and blue.
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... Navajo Preparatory School is the only Navajo-sanctioned, college-preparatory school for Native Americans ... subjects, as well as to help the youth gain a deep appreciation of the Navajo Language, culture, and history ... Located in Farmington, New Mexico, a few miles outside the Navajo reservation, its mission is "To educate talented and motivated college-bound Navajo and other ...
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