KCLC

Keres Children's Learning Center

Our Mission
Keres Children’s Learning Center (KCLC) strives to reclaim our children’s education and honor our heritage by using a comprehensive cultural and academic curriculum to assist families in nurturing Keres-speaking, holistically healthy, community minded, and academically strong students.

Keres Children's Learning Center

Give a Donation

Thank you for visiting KCLC and helping lift up Native communities. Your generous contribution will enable us to keep providing education for the children of our community.

Indigenous Montessori Institute (IMI)

SIMS is very excited to partner with Montessori One Teacher Training Institute of Albuquerque, NM to bring AMI Montessori teacher training - with the Philosophy of Indigenous Education course that will run in conjunction with this year's Montessori Teacher training course. Apply for the IMI - Philosophy of Indigenous Education (PIE)

KCLC Children

KCLC Children participate in culturally relevant, age-appropriate activities everyday that will build their Keres vocabulary, Cochiti identity, self-discipline, and sense of community, assisting them in developing a Pueblo worldview.

2019 KCLC Symposium

Please join us for the fourth annual language symposium and broaden your skills as an educator.

Thursday, November 7th and Friday, November 8th, 2019
KCLC's 4th Annual Native Language Symposium
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2401 12th St NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104

Give a Little. Change a Lot.

Nurturing the Whole Pueblo Child

Measuring the impact on the local community through proven methods

72
Total KCLC Learners
36
Total Families Impacted
12
Total Cultural Teachers

Our Methods

Pueblo people have always recognized that each individual who enters this world has a gift to share, which is manifested through one’s contribution to the community.

To assist each child in developing his or her potential gift and contribution, the classroom will consist of a prepared environment that will provide learning opportunities in the following areas: language, math, history, geography, zoology, sensorial, practical life, music, art, agriculture, grace and courtesy, peace education, and movement.

Our Journey So Far?

120 Keres Children Positively Affected in 5 Years
Donation Target $1000
Donation Raised $0