SPA I:

 Four week program that focuses on indigenous issues at the Tribal, State, National and International levels.  Two weeks are spent on the Santa Fe Indian School campus and two weeks are spent implementing community service projects in their respective communities.

SPA II: 

Second year students spend up to two weeks at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University studying policy issues related to education, language, environment and health.

2013 NEWS REPORT FROM: WOODROW WILSON SCHOOL OF PUBLIC & INTERNATION AFFAIRS

http://wws.princeton.edu/news/SantaFeAcademy2013/#content

Students then travel to Washington DC to deliver their position papers to their Congressional delegation. This year their group made a visit to the National Museum of American Indian and shared their project with the museum staff.On July 8, 2013 there was a article written titled "Native Youth Address Polices that Affect Their Lives" by Patrick Watson an intern with the Nation Museum of the American Indian's Office of Public Affairs.

http://blog.nmai.si.edu/main/2013/07/index.html

SPA III:

Leadership InstituteStaff of the Summer Policy Academy assist students that have completed year II by placing them in internships within our local communities and program partners.

SPA IV:

Information coming soon!