Little Priest Tribal College

Archdiocese of Omaha, Catholic Schools Office

Continue to transform our Archdiocesan School System by partnering with pastors, principals, teachers, and families to establish and enrich all students’ Catholic faith and knowledge.

Saint Augustine Indian Mission School FormsWinnebago Public Schools

As a community of learners, we will inspire each student to dedicate himself or herself to life-long learning, encourage cultural pride, and become a responsible, contributing member of the Winnebago Nation and the global community.

Umonhon Nation Public Schools

Umonhon Nation (Omaha Nation) Public School is located in Macy, Nebraska, the center of Tribal Government for the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska. Macy, an unincorporated town of about 1,550 is about 33 miles southeast of Sioux City, Iowa, and about 70 miles northwest of Omaha, near the Missouri River.

Walthill Public School

We, the people of Walthill Public School District, are committed to generating a caring, respectful, and safe learning environment, which promotes positive self-realization and high academic success.

Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska

The Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, as a sovereign Nation, is committed pursuant to its Constitution, to maintain, improve and protect the Tribe; To preserve its resources and cultural heritage; To create opportunities for its members to thrive and become economically and socially self-sufficient as individuals, families and as a tribal government; and, thereby, promote the harmony of traditional values, beliefs which will ensure a positive course of action for future generations.

St. Augustine Indian Mission SchoolNebraska Indian Community College (NICC)

The Nebraska Indian Community College provides quality higher education and opportunities for life-long learning to Umon’ hon (Omaha) and I’santi (Santee Sioux) people and other students.

Missionary Benedictine Sisters

The Missionary Benedictine Sisters are an international congregation of the Roman Catholic Church serving in 19 countries throughout the world. The fundamental characteristic of our way of life is seeking God in community. Our common life finds expression in praying and working together, in sharing our goods, both material and spiritual, and in mutual service, support, and encouragement. In the United States, our priory center is Immaculata Monastery & Spirituality Center in Norfolk, Nebraska.