|P.O. Box GG 1 Mission Road South, Winnebago, NE 68071 (402) 878-2291
|School Mass is every
Wednesday at 9:00 am
|Many of the images on this
website were taken by Fr. Don
Doll. Thank you Fr. Doll for
supporting St. Augustine
Learn more about Fr. Doll and
his work by clicking on this link.
|Welcome to St. Augustine Indian Mission School
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.
In doing this, students will
- learn respect for their faith, themselves, their family, their elders and all of God’s creation,
- take responsibility for their own learning by taking risks and positively adapting to life situations.
- understand the importance of interacting with others in a cooperative manner to solve problems and
learn to reject ideas without rejecting people.
While remaining true to its Catholic heritage, St. Augustine welcomes students
of all faiths; nearly one-third of the students are non-Catholic. The children are
taught traditional Native American culture and language, along with a solid core
of academic basics.
|Circle Of Dreams
Dinner and Auction
Our annual fundraising event is happening soon.
Please join us on Saturday, October 17, 2009 for our 3rd Circle
of Dreams dinner/auction event to be held at Creighton
University in the Harper Center.
For more information and registration, please call the Mission Office
|Honoring the past with a vision of the future.
Nestled in the rolling hills of the northeast corner of Nebraska is St. Augustine Indian Mission and
School. St. Augustine Indian Mission has served the Native American people of the Winnebago and
Omaha Tribes since 1909.
Through the years it has touched the lives of thousands of Native American children and impacted the
lives of their families.
|St. Augustine Indian Mission School P.O. Box GG 1 Mission Road South 402-878-2291