The St. Bonaventure Indian School campus occupies more than four acres. Thirteen modular buildings house classrooms, chapel, administrative offices, gymnasium, cafeteria, library and computer lab.
Our library is staffed by a full-time librarian. With a capacity of more than 14,000 volumes, the library's reference collection of hardbound fiction and nonfiction and material via the World Wide Web is constantly being updated and expanded.
The computer laboratory has 25 student workstations and current computer software and internet connections are in use by both teachers and students. In addition, each classroom has four or five computer stations with printer access. The lab is staffed by a full-time computer teacher and a trained computer technician maintains the computers throughout the school.
The Mission food staff prepares and serves more than 3,800 meals (breakfast and lunch) each week for the students, staff, and also for delivery to the elderly Navajo living in remote areas of the Navajo Nation.
When the old Mission Hall was converted into a gymnasium, students gained access to physical education and health classes for the entire school year since classes can be held indoors, out of the New Mexico cold and high winds.
The school's full-time, licensed nurse staffs and maintains the health and first-aid center.