Then & Now

Then & Now

The tumultuous history of Native Americans in the United States is fraught with profound suffering and enduring wounds. Yet, amidst the challenges, the children residing in remote and impoverished communities deserve sanctuaries for learning, where their cultural heritage is celebrated.

In a new PSA from St. Labre Indian School called Then & Now, viewers learn about the transformative role the school is playing in the lives of Northern Cheyenne and Crow children. You will see how the school is helping their students, offering tuition-free education, but also food, a safe space to call home to those who need it, and a nurturing environment deeply rooted in their cultures and traditions.

Join the journey by airing Then & Now today and stand with St. Labre Indian School in illuminating a path of boundless opportunities for Native American youth.

  • Then & Now

    Then & Now

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    Brighter Future


For over 100 years at St. Labre, we believe that all students deserve a superior education and that all students can achieve at the highest levels by educating the whole child. Beginning with pre-school and kindergarten, through high school we provide an exceptional education to Native American children across three Southeastern Montana campuses.

The St. Labre educational experience places great importance on Native American culture and tradition. Instruction in Native American languages and culture is a vital part of the curriculum. St. Labre also offers courses in Native American literature, history, and tribal government.


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