Hopi Mission School is a small, private Christian elementary school affiliated with Mennonite Church USA and American Baptist Churches USA. The student body is small in number, but the devotion for each other is great. This school provides a community within its walls and creates a great learning environment. The students are given individual attention due to the small class size, allowing them added opportunities. Many of the students come from strong traditional families, yet the families support the teaching of Christian values.
This work among Native Americans is a year-round ministry. Volunteers are welcomed for assistance with special building or repair projects and with school-related activities.
Lodging: RV sites with water, sewer and electricity (30, 40 and 50 amps) are available. Unless the RV is well winterized, this is not an option during December, January and February.
There is a modern Volunteer Center that sleeps 22 (2 dorm rooms sleep 8 and 3 single rooms sleep 6) with kitchen, dining and living areas. The center is complete with full kitchen facilities, lounge and dining area, and bathroom and washing/drying facilities.