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Chickasaw Children's Village

COVID-19 UPDATES

Out of an abundance of caution and to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, certain Chickasaw Nation events, classes, facilities, etc., will be postponed, canceled or closed. For a complete list of postponements, cancelations or closures, visit the COVID-19 INFORMATION page. We will continue to update the list as the situation progresses.

This residential and educational care facility is available for Native American children.

Sitting on 160 acres overlooking Lake Texoma, residents enjoy amenities that include a library, computer lab, agriculture education facility and recreational areas.

The Children’s Village will provide Native American children with the opportunity for social, spiritual and personal development through professional guidance in a safe, nurturing environment. An emphasis is placed on educational needs.

Designed as an alternative to the dormitory approach to housing students, this facility uses cottage-style housing. Each cottage houses approximately eight students and two house parents who provide guidance, support and direction.

Students at the Chickasaw Village attend Kingston school system. Students are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities. Tutoring services and flexible academic curriculum are designed to meet the needs of every child, including courses for the college-bound, vocational, remedial, special education and “at-risk” students.

Individual needs assessments are developed for each student and the staff works in addressing the students’ emotional, spiritual, social and physical needs. Located in a rural area, hiking, gardening and a livestock programs teach responsibility, life skills and channel youthful energy into positive results.

You Provide

  • Copy of CDIB card (front and back)
  • Up-to-date immunization record
  • Birth certificate
  • Copy of Social Security card (front and back)
  • School transcript
  • Current contact list
  • Copy of insurance, Medicaid or Sooner Care card (front and back)

Eligibility

  • Native American – as documented by the BIA or a federally recognized Indian Tribe
  • Must be in grades one through 12
  • Must be eligible for enrollment in Kingston Public Schools

Other Information

Applications are accepted year-round until enrollment is full. An applicant should know within three days if he/she qualifies for the program.

Service Area

Both

This service is available both inside and outside the Chickasaw Nation's boundaries

Contact Information

Phone:
(580) 564-3060

Fax:
(580) 564-3605

Location

Chickasaw Children's Village
12998 Village Road
Kingston, Oklahoma 73439

(580) 564-3060