Over 31,000 elders applied for Respond, Recover and Rebuild Elder Assistance. A $400 check will be mailed to elders directly, starting this week. For those elders in the reservation, a $1,200 payment will be made soon directly to utility companies. Questions: elders@cherokee.org

Education Services

918-453-5000 ext. 5341
17675 S. Muskogee Ave Tahlequah, OK 74464

As the Cherokee Nation continues to grow, education and opportunities for tribal citizens remain a strategic priority. Education services provide educational, history, cultural, language, scholarship and youth leadership opportunities for eligible Cherokee Nation citizens.

From the Cherokee Nation’s innovative Immersion Charter School to its cultural camps and ambassador programs, Cherokee youth have many ways to become active in Cherokee language and culture. For those citizens who wish to pursue higher education degrees, Cherokee Nation offers a variety of scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate students. The tribe also operates historic Sequoyah High School, with students representing more than 80 tribes. SHS offers a curriculum and learning experience uniquely tailored for Native students.

Preparing your School for COVID-19: A visit with Dr. David Gahn MD, MPH
A presentation from Cherokee Nation Health Services to School Administrators within the reservation boundaries.

Public Notice

  • CARES Act Application
    Education Services is submitting an application to the Office of Community Services for supplemental funding through the CSBG CARES Act.