Chief Leschi School

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Chief Leschi School
Chief Leschi School aerial.jpg
Puyallup Indian Reservation, Washington (near Tacoma)

Chief Leschi School is a Native American tribal school located in the Puyallup Valley near Mount Rainier in Washington. It is a 200,000-square-foot (19,000 m2) facility which is intended to be a model for Native American Education. It opened in 1996 serving Native American students from 92 different bands which comprise the Puyallup tribe of Indians. It is the largest Bureau of Indian Affairs school in the nation.[1]


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Coordinates: 47°12′43″N 122°21′23″W / 47.21194°N 122.35639°W / 47.21194; -122.35639