Sampson County Coharie Indian Education

Ms. Wanda Ammons is the Sampson County Coharie Indian Education Coordinator for the Coharie Tribe.  Mrs. Ammons’s office is at the Coharie Tribal Center located at 7531 North Us Hwy 421, Clinton, NC 28328.  Mrs. Ammons can be reached by phone at  910-564-6915 or by email at

NCNAYO Conference

The North Carolina Native American Youth Organization (NCNAYO) Conference will be held in Fayetteville North Carolina at Methodist University June 19th until June 22nd.  Registration fee for the conference is $175.00 per student.  For more information please contact Mrs. Wanda Ammons, Sampson County Schools Indian Education Coordinator.

Coharie Tribal Graduation

The Coharie Tribal Graduation will be held June 1, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Coharie Tribal Center located in Sampson County.  If you know of any students that would like to participate please contact Mrs. Wanda Ammons. College graduates please contact Mrs. Sue Faircloth for more information on this event. This is for High School and College seniors.


We would like to recognize two outstanding Sampson County Coharie students

Please see the links below:

Nathaniel Jacobs

Midway students earn degrees with diplomas


Madison DeLaney Thornton

Journey to Dartmouth