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Chilocco Indian School was closed in 1980 and there were many deep regrets among the faculty and the students as well. The school served the students with pride in providing an education for Native American Students from different tries across the country. It brought the Native American youth into the mainstream of society and with that there was no longer a need for the institution. The school was self-sufficient and was kept up largely by the functioning of its own society. It was self-contained requiring no great drain on the government for money. The dairy, the orchard, the livestock, chickens, beef, and sheep all provided for the school. In the end, there were 1000 students a year attending the school. After the school closed the property was divided between five tribes in the area. Plans for a business development didn't pan our as tribes had hoped and the school was leased out. NARCANON, a substance abuse clinic, moved onto the school grounds. The clinic is part of the Church of Scientology.


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