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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiki%C4%A1a%C4%A1miut

The Tikiġaġmiut, an Inupiat people, live two hundred miles north of the Arctic Circle, 330 miles (531 km) southwest of Barrow, Alaska, in an Inupiaq village of Point Hope, Alaska (in Inupiak language, ... part of the North Slope Borough School District, is the second largest K-12 in Alaska, serving more than 250 children.

hopeschool.blogs.kpbsd.k12.ak.us

Hope School has grades K-12 and is located in the small community of Hope, Alaska. Hope prides itself on meeting the individual needs of each student and ...

www.greatschools.org/alaska/hope/243-Hope-School

Oct 16, 2014 ... Hope School located in Hope, Alaska - AK. Find Hope School test scores, student -teacher ratio, parent reviews and teacher stats.

www.nsbsd.org/Domain/16

Grades 6 - 12. 9:00am-3:30pm. Wednesday Early Release ... We are the farthest northwest in Alaska. Linda Jolly is our principal and Lillian Aanauraq Lane ...

www.polarisk-12.org

Overview, enrollment information, school policies, location and transportation, and parent forum overview.

www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2015/12/hope-and-despair-k-12-education/421800

Dec 30, 2015 ... Experts on K-12 education offer their reasons for optimism and ... Reason for hope: More than ever, students understand that they have the ...

www.staralaska.com/k-12-education.html

... Statewide Crisis Line: (800) 478-8999 Business Line: (907) 276-7279. 1057 W. Fireweed Lane, Suite 230 Anchorage, AK 99503 ​star@staralaska.org.

hopek12.com

HOPE Academy is a vision God birthed in the hearts of two moms in 2011. Since that time, HOPE has continued to grow as a Christ-centered community of ...

skweskimos.com/demonstrated-performance/current-projects/point-hope-power-plant-upgrades

ASKW is managing a complete renovation of the main power plant at Point Hope for North Slope Borough in northern Alaska. Three new generators are being ...

2011.polarhusky.com/logistics/maps-and-route/route/point-hope

Point Hope is located near the tip of Point Hope peninsula, a large gravel spit that forms the western-most extension of the northwest Alaska coast, 330 miles ...