The Morongo Band of Mission Indians is committed to providing quality life-long educational programs and opportunities for Tribal Members and 1st Descendants to prepare them for success at the nation's top universities and in any arena of government, academic, professional and corporate life.
- Morongo School - The Tribe’s fully accredited private college preparatory school is located on the Reservation. Morongo School opened its new site in September 2010, enrolling students from 1st Grade through 6th Grade and expanded in 2011 to include 7th and 8th Grades.
School Reception Desk – (951) 755-5138
- The Morongo Tutoring Program - Provides “in school” academic support for Tribal members who are enrolled in the Banning Unified School District in Grades 9 through 12.
Mason Patterson, Manager – (951) 755-5251
- The Morongo After School Study Hall – Provides a supervised “quiet place” for Morongo students to work independently on their school homework assignments. The Study Halls are located on two Morongo School campuses:
- The Center for Advanced Studies (Alternative Education) - Provides support to Morongo Tribal Members and 1st Descendants who are currently enrolled in a Banning or Beaumont Unified School District Independent Study Program or Alternative Education Program. The Center also offers career counseling for Tribal Members and 1st Descendants who are seeking accredited studies leading to a diploma, certification, career, career change, or college degree of their choice. Opportunities in the Center for Advanced Studies may include on-site apprenticeship programs in Environmental Sciences, Fire-Fighting, Public Works, Information Technology and/or other careers both on and/or off the reservation.
Jordan Livingston, Manager – (951) 755-5138
- The Tribal Scholarship Program - Provides college and vocational scholarships to Morongo Tribal Members, 1st Descendants in accordance with Tribal Ordinance. The Tribe’s Rodney T. Mathews, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Program also offers college scholarships to enrolled California Tribal Members.
- The Morongo Resource Center - The Tribe established the Morongo Resource Center in the Mezzanine of the Administration Building (2nd floor) in the Spring of 2011. Through the Morongo resource center, Tribal Members may access the Tribe’s Special Collection of books and other digital and audio media and other artifacts to research, study, and broaden their knowledge of the Tribe’s history languages, and cultural heritage.