Join us for a DAY OF SERVICE!
Sherman Indian High School
Saturday, APRIL 22, 2017 at 8:00 AM
(Due to Liability, Age 8 & Up Only)
Location: 9010 Magnolia, Riverside (X- Jackson St.)
(The south-east corner of Magnolia and Jackson)
Exterior Painting of Student Dorms
Wear your painting cloths and bring IF YOU CAN
Step Ladder, Paint Brush, Roller & Extension Stick.
Most Important … Bring Yourself and All the Help You Can


A Little History

Sherman Indian High School (SIHS) is an off-reservation boarding high school for Native Americans. Originally opened in 1892 as the Perris Indian School, in Perris, California. The school was relocated to Riverside, California, in 1903, under the name The Sherman Institute. When the school was accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in 1971, it became known as the Sherman Indian High School. The school serves grades 9 through 12. The school mascot is the Brave and the school colors are purple and yellow.

Our students represent and are enrolled members of over 76 federally recognized tribes from across the United States. About 68 % of our students come from reservations throughout the US. The remaining students come from urban or suburban settings.


Operated by the Bureau of Indian EducationBureau of Indian Affairs and the United States Government Department of the Interior.

For More Information Contact Brad Hilt @ 951-544-0324