Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award: The Outstanding Earth Science Teacher Award is given for exceptional contributions to the stimulation of interest in the earth sciences at the pre-college level. The award is given to a teacher or other K-12 educator who...read more
On May 18, 2019, the Quileute Tribal School sent the SeaWolf Solutions Team to compete at the 3rd Annual ROV Competition in Forks, Washington. The team consisted of Chenoa Black (CEO), Kevin Ryan (Systems Engineer), Ruby Sheriff (Publications director), and Gabe...read more
Stephanie Doebbler, Receptionist and Registrar Quileute Tribal School Stephanie began working in education by following in her mother’s footsteps - a school counselor who was named “Indian Educator of the Year” in 1991. Seeing how much her mom loved helping students...read more
Quileute Tribal School now has a facebook page. Follow us on facebook for more frequent updates than the website provides. Quileute Tribal School on Facebookread more
Get Dirty Exhibition – Ambassadors present their experience to the Sanctuary Advisory Councilread more
This year the SeaWolf Solutions team from QTS competed in the regional ROV(Remote Operated Vehicle) contest in Forks at the Navigator level and won the MacGyver Award.read more
The second annual “Carnival of Science” was a big success. The Carnival of Science is not a science fair. It is an all-out, get dirty, try things out kind of science fun! It is intended for all ages… Booths are put on by students, staff, community...read more
Quileute Tribal School (QTS) is located in La Push, Washington.
We are a kindergarten through 12th grade School. Established in 1992, we’ve been educating children for over twenty five years.
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