Hannahville Indian School was established in 1976 to address the special academic needs of Potawatomi students while teaching them about their history and culture. It began as a K-8 single classroom and moved into a double-wide trailer after several years. Today, Nah Tah Wahsh (Soaring Eagle) School is a charter school that serves students in K-12. The new school has a cafeteria. library and gym, an elementary wing, a high school wing, and an industrial arts wing. Two additional wings were later added to enable the community to house all educational programs in one building, including adult education, preschool and a child care facility.