Dishchii’bikoh Community School is located southwest of the central community area and serves approximately 400 Native American students between the ages of 4 years to 21 years in grades Kindergarten to 12th grade. The majority of the students are Apache and it is estimated that ninety percent (90%) of the students are fluent in their Apache language.
Our fiscal/school year goes from July 1 to June 30, with school starting around the end of July and ending in May. Click below to download the current school year calendar.
Dishchii’bikoh Community School, funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs through the White Mountain Apache Tribe, is a grant school since 1991, and is served by a six-(6) member School Board elected by the parents of the Native American children who attend Dishchii’bikoh Community School.
Historically, the School has gone by the name of Cibecue Community School, operated by the Cibecue Community Education Board, Inc. The name Dishchii’bikoh was taken to honor the Apache language and culture that is the heart of our community.
We have approximately 103 employees, and separate facilities for Elementary, Middle School and High School, all located on one campus on the outskirts of the town of Cibecue.