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Nex+Gen Academy High School

This magnet high school located on the Del Norte High School campus is open to students from all over the city interested in learning that is driven around projects designed with a team of their peers. Students have access all through the day to laptop computers and the very latest in technology in a proven and successful small school model of 400 students.

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Address:
5325 Montgomery NE Albuquerque, NM 87109
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Phone: (505) 878-6400

 

nex+Gen Academy is a small community school with a capacity of 400 students in grades 9-12 and a unique culture of trust, respect and responsibility. Students at nex+Gen are expected to demonstrate independence in learning, self-motivation and autonomy.

Emphasizing project-based learning and located just north of Del Norte High School, nex+Gen offers unique academic opportunities provided by a collaborative working environment. Students are expected to build and demonstrate mastery of standards in core content through dynamic collaboration and technology integration. Technology is viewed as a professional tool to advance student work.

Established: 2010
Enrollment: 265
Location Code: 516

Contact Us

Person Title Phone
David Lynch Principal (505) 878-6400
Lori Ann Romero Nurse (505) 878-6400 ext. 43255
Rosanne Villareal Counselor (505) 878-6400 xt.43256
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