Graduations are just around the corner and we would like to invite you to join us in celebrating the success of our Northern Cheyenne and Crow students. [...]
Recently our student-run business, Braves Ink, received 3rd place honors at the Montana Teenpreneur Roundup in Bozeman, MT. Braves Ink is run by students in grades 11 and 12, who custom design and print t-shirts. The Braves Ink students won a cash prize and will also receive an all-expenses-paid trip to an entrepreneurship workshop at [...]
The 2019 American Indian PowWow Morning Star Celebration held at John Carroll School in Bel Air, MD this past weekend was a huge success with one of the largest turnouts they have seen. Thank you to everyone who was able to attend and take part in the celebration. St. Labre alumni, Devin who is currently [...]
In colleges around the country, St. Labre graduates are making their dreams come true thanks to our generous donors. For 135 years, generous donors from around the world have helped St. Labre provide an exceptional education to hundreds of Northern Cheyenne and Crow boys and girls. Thank you for your continued support, love, and gifts [...]
After celebrating Christmas and ringing in the new year with friends and family, the boys and girls at St. Labre are back to school and ready to learn.
The annual John Carrol Pow Wow is this weekend at John Carroll School in Bel Air, MD. This year, proceeds will benefit St. Labre. Stop by and enjoy Native American music, dancing, food, art, and crafts. Click here for details
Christmas is just around the corner and what better way to start the school decorating than trimming our trees with the ornaments that donors sent to the boys and girls! Our Native American students enjoyed reading your messages of support and love as they decorated their Christmas tree.
Recently the St. Labre Cross Country team headed out for State competition. These long-distance runners received a blessing from a tribal elder before boarding the bus and heading out for their final run of the year.
The St. Labre Lady Braves volleyball team was treated to an extra special send-off by the K-4 school as the team heads to the District Tournament. The K-4 staff decorated the hallway for the occasion, and as the players walked through the elementary school, the students gave each team member a good luck high-five.
For the nearly 750 Native American students attending St. Labre, the classroom is the place where their journey to a better, brighter future begins. Teachers and support staff work to instill a love of learning into each student and allow them to use their imagination and minds to achieve their very best.