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Sandia High School

Sandia High School has an acclaimed International Baccalaureate diploma program that provides students with academic and social skills necessary for successful college completion.

Address:
7801 Candelaria NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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Phone: (505) 294-1511
Alternate Phone:
Fax: (505) 291-6878

Established: 1958
Enrollment: 1956
Location Code: 550
Colors: Red/Columbia Blue
Mascot: Matador

Recent News

  • Graduation Lock In GRAD Night is kicking off its annual Graduation Lock In at ITZ on May 14th from 9:00pm to May 15th 6:00 am. Tickets are $30. They may be purchased at Sandia High School starting Friday January 22 in the gymfrom 5:00-7:30 pm, Please view this website for times of ticket sales as they will be available during game night. ITZ will be open to our students for the evening, there will be giveaways, food, bowling, movies and many games. We also need help from parents to make this a success. The lock in requires that we have at the least 15 parents to chaperone this event. I also need help with asking for donation from a variety ofmerchants around town. If you are interested in making this night a success for our Graduating Seniors please contact Angela Benner at 505-314-4552. Thank you, I look forward to hearing from you!

Contact Us

Person Title Phone
Scott Elder Principal (505) 294-1511 ext. 30001
Marco Martinez Assistant Principal (505) 294-1511 ext. 30006
Jan Shearer Assistant Princpal (505) 294-1511 ext. 30008
Linda Polachek Assistant Principal (505) 294-1511 ext. 30006
Lawrence (Larry) D'Anza Assistant Principal (505) 294-1511 ext. 30004
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There are a few spots left for the annual tournament benefiting APS students, teachers and classrooms.
Appreciating our Teachers
During Teacher Appreciation Week, and throughout the school year, we say thanks for all you do!
Go Here for Commencement Times & Dates
The 13 comprehensive high schools will hold their 2016 commencements at Tingley Coliseum; ceremonies for the schools of choice will be at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Caring Deeply for Students
Otilio Ruiz, the APS Education Foundation/Pepsi Teacher of the Month, is a kindergarten teacher at Coronado Elementary.