St. Augustine Indian Mission is a K-8 Catholic school located on the Winnebago Indian Reservation in northeast Nebraska, serving children from both the Omaha and Winnebago Indian Tribes. Founded by St. Katharine Drexel in 1909, today the Mission strives to prepare its students for the future with solid academics and character formation. While remaining true to the Catholic tradition, the Mission also encourages the students to embrace their Native American culture and heritage.

Mission Statement

St. Augustine Indian Mission School strives to prepare students for their higher education by assisting them to become respectful of life, self-directed, and positive contributors to their community.

Vision Statement

St. Augustine Indian Mission will be a nationally recognized model for K-8 education, rooted in its Native American culture and Catholic identity, known for academic achievement and family engagement that inspires students to excellence.