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Muscogee (Creek) Nation has operated Eufaula Boarding School since 1984 as a peripheral dormitory through a grant from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). The residential facility can house up to 128 students. The facility is still currently in operation as a boarding school for Creek girls, designed to provide nine month residential care while students attend Eufaula Public Schools. Eufaula Dormitory residents attend Eufaula public Schools in grades 1-12.
 
Muscogee (Creek) Nation has operated Eufaula Boarding School since 1984 as a peripheral dormitory through a grant from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA). The residential facility can house up to 128 students. The facility is still currently in operation as a boarding school for Creek girls, designed to provide nine month residential care while students attend Eufaula Public Schools. Eufaula Dormitory residents attend Eufaula public Schools in grades 1-12.
 
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