Youth volunteers in grades 5-12 deadline to complete application by November 4, 2014
Cultural Camps will be held for each school site fall 2014.
Tikigaq School was established at Point Hope in the 1960s by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. A new school building was built in 1980. The school gets its name from an Iñupiaq word for a geographic point that is located near Point Hope. Point Hope has always had a long tradition of being known for a whaling village. Thus the school mascot, the Harpooners. The village holds a whaling festival every spring to celebrate the whaling season. Glenn Blake will be the Principal, and Jeremy Millard will be Assistant Principal for the 2013/2014 school year. Stop in and visit us anytime.