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eCADEMY (School of Choice)

The mission of eCADEMY (formerly Evening High School) is to provide alternative education opportunities through a variety of electronic delivery methods that promote independence and excellence in learning. It is a full-time virtual school for students in grades 6-12 that also offers classes for credit recovery and advancement.

Address:
5300 Cutler NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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Phone: 505-247-4209
Alternate Phone:
Fax: 505-848-9454

Established: 2010
Enrollment: 1550
Location Code: 511
Colors: Navy, orange and turquoise

The mission of eCADEMY is to provide alternative education opportunities through a variety of electronic delivery methods that promote independence and excellence in learning. eCADEMY works with parents and the community to help students develop creativity, personal responsibility, cooperation, and critical thinking skills.

All core courses and some elective courses are offered for credit recovery or accelerated learning. Computers and other technological support for students are available at eCADEMY’s new facility and at four partner high schools. Teachers are available to help students from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every school day. All classes incorporate an element of face-to-face instruction with the teachers and peers. The meetings are held at a variety of flexible times to accommodate the students’ school and work schedules.

eCADEMY moved into its new building located at 5300 Cutler NE in April 2011. Read more >>

Contact Us

Person Title Phone
Dave Wells Principal (505) 247-4209
Isabel Madrid Secretary (505) 247-4209
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