Featured Stories

Understanding “The Other”

Beneath bluebird skies in our upper school quad on Friday morning, 57 members of the Class of 2018 celebrated their graduation from Santa Fe Prep. (You can catch the video of the ceremony here.) Our commencement speaker, Teresa Leger, suggested that growing up amid the diversity that  ...

Prep Benefit Concert—June 5

Tickets are selling fast for Big Head Todd and The Monsters at The Lensic on June 5 at 8pm! Get your tickets today! A premium $140 ticket gets you one of the best seats at The Lensic, AND includes a pre-party with drinks and food at The Palace from 6 to 7:30pm!  ...

Santa Fe Prep Tanzania Project

Five student leaders from the Santa Fe Prep Tanzania Project met with Dr. Jane Goodall on Sunday, February 25 before her presentation at the Lensic Performing Arts Center on current threats facing the planet and her five reasons for hope in these complex times. Dr. Goodall recognized our students for their leadership in developing an eighth  ...

Day Y At The Roundhouse

DAY Y is an important day every year for youth at the state capital. Students learn directly about the political process here in New Mexico and share their voices by serving as delegates at the Roundhouse. Delegates observe legislators on the House and Senate floors, participate in a panel discussion with  ...

New At Prep: Shakespeare Club

Santa Fe Prep's Shakespeare Club will perform in the second annual Youth Shakespeare Festival, December 9, 2017, at 3:50 pm at the New Mexico School for the Arts. Ninth grade students Margaret Tambke, Thomas Tambke, Eli Witsenhausen, Emma Tsosie, Revely Rothschild, and Julian Gallini-Ivry will perform a scene of wit, comedy and  ...

By Youth For Youth: The Convergence Project

By Youth For Youth: The Convergence Project is a teen-run organization working to create opportunities and events for youth in the Santa Fe area—and a TAP project here at Prep. The events are designed, produced, promoted, and fundraised by teenage volunteers with the purpose of building community, providing creative spaces, and  ...

Winter Arts Night

Please join us for our Upper School Winter Arts Night, Thursday evening, December 7, 2017. The event will begin with an art opening at the Meem from 5:00-6:00 pm, followed by performances in the Driscoll Auditorium from 6:15-7:30 pm. As a festive transition from the Visual Arts to the Performing  ...

College Reps Introduce Students to Options Across the Country

Over the past month, close to 100 college representatives have visited our campus from all over the United States and abroad: small liberal arts colleges from Maine to Tacoma, Washington, Universities in Scotland, and flagship state schools such as UC Berkeley and the University of Wisconsin. These representatives provide  ...

Native American Heritage Month Celebration

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, and to celebrate our vibrant community of Native students, faculty and staff, Santa Fe Prep invites you to join us for FEAST DAY on Friday, November 10, 5:00-7:00 pm, in Prep's Dining Hall. Feast is a time when Pueblo families and invited guests  ...

The Parents’ Association Donates $135,000 To Our school!

The school year is over, and it's time to celebrate months of hard work and fruitful explorations. Though the students are not the only ones who can bask now in the glow of their accomplishments—parents should, too! Every parent is automatically a member of the PA, which exists to  ...

Riding On The Edge Of Greatness

We held Prep's 50th Commencement exercises on Friday, June 2 on a glorious morning in the renovated upper school quad. Mayor Javier Gonzales, our speaker and the father of Cameron '17, acknowledged that these seniors are "riding on the edge of greatness" and encouraged them to make the most of their  ...

Middle East Studies At Prep

The Santa Fe Prep History Department and the Council on International Relations hosted a symposium on the Syrian refugee crisis this semester. Participants included the senior class, a group of 10th grade students, and a student delegation from the United World College. In preparation, students wrote detailed policy proposals  ...

Annual Fund: Why Teachers Give

What makes you proud of Santa Fe Prep? Perhaps it’s the discoveries and voices of our students from all neighborhoods of Santa Fe enriching the education for all? Maybe it’s our teachers who are among the most talented and educated in New Mexico because of our incredible professional  ...

Boys Swim Team State Champs!!

The winter season is officially over for Prep sports. We celebrated our second State Championship of the year with the Boys Swim Team bringing home the Blue Trophy! A special acknowledgement for the efforts of Riley Kinlaw '18, Reed Kellam '19, Vineet Narayanan '19, Cyprus Hayunga '18, and Jordan Kinlaw  ...

Citizen’s Climate Lobby TAP

A big thank you to prep parent Wendy Odai for her leadership in creating a Santa Fe Prep Chapter of the Citizen's Climate Lobby (CCL) through our TAP program. The CCL is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change. The TAP's main objectives are to grow youth  ...

Martin Luther King Jr. Conference

On January 25 Prep students participated in an annual forum that honors the work of Martin Luther King Jr. and others who fought for justice and civil rights. We take this opportunity each year to bring to Prep community members who provide services and/or who have expertise in  ...

Model United Nations 2016

Twenty students attended the 55th annual New Mexico Model United Nations Session on November 16-18 at the Round House. This year, Santa Fe Prep represented the countries of Japan, Cameroon, and Honduras. Prep competed against high schools from around the state, and our students did an outstanding job! They worked  ...

Art History at Prep

Art History is a new course offered to students grades 10-12 from the History Department.  Prep had a long, successful history of offering the course for many years with retired teacher, Anita Ginocchio, at the helm, teaching various levels and variations including an Honors “Studio” Art History.  It has been  ...

Presidential Elections at Prep

This month our 8th grade Global Studies students are examining some of the issues around the 2016 Presidential elections. They are examining the candidates’ stances on key issues including immigration, the second amendment, and national security. The students are also learning about the current platforms, the histories of the two  ...

Prep Outdoor Leadership Program

“Even after years of intimate contact and search, this quality of strangeness in the desert remains undiminished. Transparent and intangible as sunlight, yet always and everywhere present, it lures a man on and on, from the red-walled canyons to the smoke-blue ranges beyond, in a futile but fascinating quest for  ...