DINE Southwest High School (Developing Innovations in Navajo Education, Inc.) is a public charter school in Winslow. The school opened in 2000 and on average has 30 students in 9th through 12th grades. The student body is 100% American Indian.
The curriculum is challenging and provides students with the necessary skills to further their education or to join the workforce as well as founded deep their culture.
The attendance rate of the school when compared to other schools is about average while the drop out rate is a below the state average. Most students stay in school with 100% graduating over the last few years. In most cases, there is between 1 to 3 teachers per classroom which provides a better one on one learning environment which aids students in accomplishing their goals.
There are no test results listed online for the AIMS exams, however, the school met all the criteria to meet the percentage testing, the AYP, and the graduation rate in order to be classified as a charter school in the state.
The yearly progress of students attending DINE Southwest High School is above average from the 1,771 schools that reported.
DINE Southwest High School
HC 63, Box 303
Winslow, AZ 86047