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 A Look at the Class of 2024

APS graduates have big plans for the future.

Posted June 11, 2024

 Literacy Takes Center Stage as APS Marks End of Year With NM United Celebration

Board asking families for feedback on district’s early literacy efforts.

Posted June 10, 2024

 New Mexico United Hosts APS Night to Celebrate Summer, Students, Staff, and Early Literacy

Get your discounted tickets for the June 8 game against Hartford Athletic FC. A portion of the proceeds goes to support the APS Education Foundation.

Posted May 28, 2024

 Manzano High Senior Persevered to Get to the Finish Line

Mariah Noland didn't let homelessness stand in the way of her diploma.

Posted May 19, 2024

 La Cueva Senior Named One of Nation's Most Promising Teen Scientists

Aditya Koushik has been using AI to identify naturally occurring cancer treatments.

Posted May 17, 2024

 Matheson Park Elementary School Teacher, Students Hitting it Out of the Park

Reading assessments show significant gains for students in Jonathon Brannon’s first-grade class.

Posted May 14, 2024

 APS Takes Part in White House Summit on Chronic Absenteeism

Strategies employed here have reduced the problem, but more work remains.

Posted May 10, 2024

 Rio Grande Senior Elected to National JAG Post

Organization encouraged her to dream big and pursue a career in medicine.

Posted May 2, 2024

 APS Educator Earns National Award for Her Commitment to Math Education

Kory Obenshain currently works at East San Jose Elementary as a math interventionist.

Posted April 19, 2024

 Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Grade Us

APS families have until March 29 to take this year's Quality of Education and Family Engagement Survey.

Posted March 22, 2024

 African American Youth Empowerment Summit an Opportunity to Learn and Celebrate

Video captures powerful messages shared during event.

Posted March 22, 2024

 Zia Elementary Recognized for Data-Informed Approach to Counseling

Principal says RAMP Designation highlights school’s commitment to equity.

Posted March 20, 2024

 Seeking Student Board Members

The APS Education Foundation is looking for student board members. Deadline to apply is April 12.

Posted March 20, 2024

 More Than 1,000 Students Attend APS Skilled Trades Fair

Among the attractions was the Be Pro Be Proud Mobile Workshop, which gave students the opportunity to experience various trades through virtual reality simulations.

Posted March 19, 2024

 MISSION POSSIBLE: APS Students Shine in Aerial Drone Competition

Three Albuquerque teams qualify to move on to 2024 National JROTC All Service Aerial Drone Championship in Mississippi.

Posted March 18, 2024

 Tackling the Mid School Math Cliff

National conference focused on strategies for helping middle school students become better mathematicians.

Posted March 13, 2024

 Hawthorne Students Learning to Solve Problems, be Creative

Destination Imagination program helping students develop skills and mindsets they’ll need to succeed.

Posted March 12, 2024

 La Cueva Students Take Second Place in Regional Science Bowl

Event aimed at inspiring students to pursue STEM careers.

Posted March 7, 2024

 Promising Results for Native American Students Engaged In Job Skills Readiness Program

Participants have better attendance and are more likely to graduate from high school.

Posted March 5, 2024

 There's Still Time to Weigh in on 2024-2025 Budget

APS officials discuss budget realities and encourage community members to take the budget survey.

Posted March 1, 2024