School Vision & Mission

Indian Hill Staff Mission Statement:

Indian Hill Elementary staff, in partnership with parents and community, will provide a safe, orderly, and caring learning environment that empowers students to achieve at their highest potential so they can become productive, responsible, and resourceful citizens.


Indian Hill Pledge

TODAY I pledge, 

while I'm at school,

To show respect, 

and keep my cool.

Kindness matters, 

to be happy and safe

Throughout our school, 

in every space

I will do what is right 

working hard all day.


in a really big way!

Indian Hill History

Indian Hill School, established in 1890, was originally called Westside School.  This school was located just south of the stockyards and packing house district.  It provided education to a diverse group of children living in the South Side Terrace Homes and surrounding community.  Before its renovation in 1956, it was the oldest public school building in Omaha.  The new brick building was built as a junior high and elementary school; it was converted to an elementary school in the fall of 1984.  An addition added 6 classrooms to the structure in 2008.  A large bond issue was passed in 2015 which allowed for a major renovation of every classroom in 2016-17.  Indian Hill continues to include some families of whose parents and grandparents attended Indian Hill School.

Indian Hill continues to serve a naturally integrated and diverse group of students.  Of our approximately 650 students, 24% are African American, 64% are Hispanic, 8% are Caucasian, and 2% are Native American.

Community Partners

1111 S. 103rd Street
Omaha, NE 68124


3505 L Street
Omaha, NE 68107



Girls Inc. of Omaha

5407 South 30th St.

Omaha, NE 68107

(402) 457-4676


South YMCA

3010 R St.

Omaha, NE 68107

(402) 721-3999

The Optimist Club of South Omaha 

2819 Bonnie St

Bellevue, Nebraska 68147

(402) 733-6096

Keep Omaha Beautiful

1819 Farnam Street      
Omaha, NE 68183