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School on Wheels High School

School on Wheels is a school-to-work program that allows students to earn a high school diploma along with marketable job skills.

Contact Info

Address:
129 Hartline SW Albuquerque, NM 87105
Map

Phone: (505) 243-2395
Fax: (505) 243-5180

About the School

School On Wheels is an alternative work study, credit recovery high school. Its goal is to provide a high school education and marketable job skills to students between the ages of 16 and 18. The school’s calendar, graduation requirements and diplomas are the same as those of other district high schools. Students have the opportunity to take traditional classes during the morning and gain work-study experience in the afternoon.

The School On Wheels staff educates students to be responsible, caring and thoughtful citizens through school-to-work experiences, student-led evaluations, portfolio presentations, reflection, service learning options and the development of teacher/student relationships which foster academic, career and social skills for life-long success.

Contact Us

Person Title Phone
Lori Romero Principal (505) 243-2395
Patricia Valverde Secretary (505) 247-0480
Corrine Vigil Registrar (505) 243-0489
Lori Ann Romero Nurse (505) 243-2395 ext. 15
Bryan Gabaldon Counselor (505) 243-2395
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