American Indian education program that provides support services to students of Native american ancestry in livermore, dublin, pleasanton, and castro valley. the program is funded by title vii of the federal statutes.


The Indian Education Act of 1972 provides for educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indian students.  In 1973, the Society of American Indians was founded in Livermore by a group of American Indian parents and community members. This is a non-profit organization.



This organization is established to: 

*provide educational opportunities to the families of American Indians.

*promote the culture and traditions of the American Indian.

*provide scholarships for American Indian students in the Tri-Valley area.


Program Director Mary Puthoff

Located at Portola School in room 25:

2451 Portola Ave. Livermore, Ca


We love what we do

Please inquire with any questions, ideas, or concerns within your community.  We welcome all nations to our program events!  If you have children of American Indian heritage in the Livermore Valley or Castro Valley area please see the attached form that you can access to register your child/children with our program.