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Feeder Schools and Clusters

About Feeder Schools

Each quadrant has about 21,000 students in 35 or so schools.

Important Links

Southeast Quadrant Schools

  • Schools: Albuquerque, Highland, and Manzano high schools and their feeder schools.
Table: Schools in the Southeast Quadrant
ClusterSchools
Albuquerque High School
  • Albuquerque High
  • Jefferson Middle
  • Washington Middle
  • Dolores Gonzales Elementary
  • East San Jose Elementary
  • Eugene Field Elementary
  • Lew Wallace Elementary
  • Lowell Elementary
  • Monte Vista Elementary
  • Montezuma Elementary
  • Reginald Chavez Elementary
  • Zia Elementary
Highland High School
  • Highland High
  • Van Buren Middle
  • Wilson Middle
  • Bandelier Elementary
  • Emerson Elementary
  • Hawthorne Elementary
  • Kirtland Elementary
  • La Mesa Elementary
  • Manzano Mesa Elementary
  • Mark Twain Elementary
  • Sandia Base Elementary
  • Wherry Elementary
  • Whittier Elementary
Manzano High School
  • Manzano High
  • Jackson Middle
  • Kennedy Middle
  • Roosevelt Middle
  • A. Montoya Elementary
  • Apache Elementary
  • Chelwood Elementary
  • Collet Park Elementary
  • McCollum Elementary
  • Tomasita Elementary
Schools of Choice
  • Vision Quest

Southwest Quadrant Schools

  • Schools: Atrisco Heritage, Rio Grande, and West Mesa high schools and their feeder schools.
Table: Schools in the Southwest Quadrant
ClusterSchools
Atrisco Heritage High School
  • Atrisco Heritage Academy High
  • Truman Middle
  • Rudolfo Anaya Elementary
  • Helen Cordero Elementary
  • Edward Gonzales Elementary
  • Carlos Rey Elementary
  • George I. Sánchez (K-8)
Rio Grande High School
  • Rio Grande High
  • Ernie Pyle Middle
  • Harrison Middle
  • Polk Middle
  • Adobe Acres Elementary
  • Armijo Elementary
  • Atrisco Elementary
  • Barcelona Elementary
  • Kit Carson Elementary
  • Los Padillas Elementary
  • Mountain View Elementary
  • Navajo Elementary
  • Pajarito Elementary
  • Valle Vista Elementary
West Mesa High School
  • West Mesa High
  • Jimmy Carter Middle
  • John Adams Middle
  • Tres Volcanes (K-8)
  • Alamosa Elementary
  • Chaparral Elementary
  • Lavaland Elementary
  • M.A. Binford Elementary
  • Painted Sky Elementary
  • S.R. Marmon Elementary
Schools of Choice
  • Vision Quest

Northwest Quadrant Schools

  • Schools: Cibola, Valley, and Volcano Vista high schools and their feeder schools.
Table: Schools in the Northwest Quadrant
ClusterSchools
Cibola High School
  • Cibola High
  • James Monroe Middle
  • Taylor Middle
  • Corrales Elementary
  • Petroglyph Elementary
  • Seven Bar Elementary
  • Sierra Vista Elementary
  • Sunset View Elementary
Valley High School
  • Valley High
  • Taft Middle
  • Alameda Elementary
  • Alvarado Elementary
  • Cochiti Elementary
  • Duranes Elementary
  • Griegos Elementary
  • La Luz Elementary
  • Los Ranchos Elementary
  • MacArthur Elementary
Volcano Vista High School
  • Volcano Vista High
  • L.B. Johnson Middle
  • Tony Hillerman Middle
  • Chamiza Elementary
  • Marie Hughes Elementary
  • Tierra Antigua Elementary
  • Ventana Ranch Elementary

Northeast Quadrant Schools

  • Schools: Eldorado, Del Norte, La Cueva, and Sandia high schools and their feeder schools.
Table: Schools in the Northeast Quadrant
ClusterSchools
Del Norte High School
  • Del Norte High
  • Cleveland Middle
  • McKinley Middle
  • Arroyo del Oso Elementary
  • Bel-Air Elementary
  • E.G. Ross Elementary
  • Gov. Bent Elementary
  • Hodgin Elementary
Eldorado High School
  • Eldorado High
  • Eisenhower Middle
  • Hoover Middle
  • Georgia O'Keeffe Elementary
  • John Baker Elementary
  • Matheson Park Elementary
  • Mitchell Elementary
  • Onate Elementary
  • S.Y. Jackson Elementary
La Cueva High School
  • La Cueva High
  • Desert Ridge Middle
  • Dennis Chavez Elementary
  • Double Eagle Elementary
  • Hubert Humphrey Elementary
  • North Star Elementary
Sandia High School
  • Sandia High
  • Grant Middle
  • Madison Middle
  • Bellehaven Elementary
  • Comanche Elementary
  • Osuna Elementary
  • Sombra del Monte Elementary
Schools of Choice
  • New Futures