Back in the early 1960's, Wanblee, South Dakota, had no high school for students to attend. Parents had to send their kids off to boarding school like Holy Rosary and St. Francis as soon as they graduated from middle school. But the parents wanted to keep the education here. So, in the late 60's, a group of community members marched from Wanblee all the way to Billy Mills Hall in Pine Ridge to speak with Robert Kennedy about their cause. When the marchers arrived, Robert Kennedy met with them and listened to their concerns. Shortly thereafter, these community members began work on designing and building Crazy Horse School. Today, Crazy Horse School is still around and still running. The school is located just off highway 44 in Wanblee, SD. The school offers a variety of classes and experiences
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