Featured Stories

Booster Fundraiser: Smells Like TEAM Spirit!

Join us for an unforgettable event filled with excitement, competition, and camaraderie, and get ready to experience an electrifying evening in support of Santa Fe Prep’s talented student-athletes!

Prep’s DECA Club Secure State and National Success

DECA is a not-for-profit career and technical student organization that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in high schools and colleges worldwide. In […]

Outdoor Adventures at Santa Fe Prep

This past fall, our students immersed themselves in Outdoor Education experiences tailored to their grade levels, fostering teamwork and camaraderie. With over 26 captivating locations in Northern New Mexico, the […]

MLK Forum Investigates Social Justice and Inspires Community Engagement

On January 17, our students had the opportunity to engage with social justice concepts in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This annual event transcended conventional learning boundaries, offering […]

Making It Work

First conceived with the goal of “teaching kids how to make things,” Prep’s Makerspace class has developed into a program that helps students learn independence, initiative, innovation, and the importance […]

Winter Arts Night

Santa Fe Prep’s annual Winter Arts Night will occur on Wednesday, December 6. Please join us for an evening celebrating our students’ beautiful visual artwork and incredible musical performances. The […]

Girls Win Cross Country State Championship!

Congratulations to our Girls Cross Country team, who finished their season as Class 3A State Champions for the first time in Santa Fe Prep history! Three of the team’s seven […]

Celebrating Diversity At Prep

September marked Deaf Awareness Month and the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from September 15 through October 15. In assemblies, our ASL I, II, and III students […]

Emery Kurth ’24 Wants To Raise Awareness About Protecting The Santa Fe River

In Prep’s AP Environmental Science course, students examine environmental problems and outcomes both in general terms and in the greater Santa Fe area, collecting data …

SFP Adopts Section Of The CDT Trail As A Part Of Service Learning

In an effort to combine outdoor education with service learning, Santa Fe Prep adopted a 7-mile stretch of the Continental Divide Trail in 2021. Prep’s stretch is in the Chama […]

Congratulations, Class of 2023!

On June 2, the Santa Fe Prep community gathered in the Upper School quad (for the first time since 2019!) in celebration of the Class of 2023. Surrounded by their families, friends, teachers, and mentors, the 49 graduating seniors …

Something Rotten Wins Enchantment Best Production!

A huge congratulations to the entire cast and crew of Something Rotten, which was awarded the top prize of Best Production at the 2023 Enchantment Awards. This was Prep’s fifth consecutive […]

SFP Tennis Coach Retires After 30 Years

District Tennis Coach of the Year Ralph Bolton coached his final Blue Griffin match on Saturday—the doubles consolation match of the boys 4A State Tournament, in which Jackson Friedland ’25 and Henry Kaufman […]

Santa Fe Prep Commencement 2023

We are pleased to celebrate Santa Fe Prep’s 56th Commencement ceremony on Friday, June 2nd. If you cannot join us on campus for this event, we will be live-streaming …

Thank You, Gala Attendees and Donors!

We cannot thank our “groovy” donors enough for supporting Prep at the 60th Anniversary Gala at Bishop’s Lodge. Thanks to 225 attendees, and 114 winning bidders on our online silent auction, on-site live auction, and paddle raiser…

Something Rotten Nominated for Five Enchantment Awards

On Friday, April 28, the cast of Something Rotten will travel to Albuquerque to perform at the Enchantment Awards, New Mexico’s high school musical theatre awards …

EE Ford Summer Teachers’ Colloquium

Registration is now open for Prep’s 2023 EE Ford Summer Teachers’ Colloquium. Since 2013, this professional development program has brought teachers from schools nationwide to participate in week-long, immersive courses […]

Lisa Nordstrum’s Curriculum Celebrated at Women’s Day Event

On March 8, New Mexico History teacher Lisa Nordstrum participated in an event at the Capitol Rotunda honoring the contributions of New Mexican women throughout the state’s long history.

43rd Annual Danny Maas Run

Danny Maas, a sixth-grader in Santa Fe who loved running, was inspired by Terry Fox to start a run for cancer at Santa Fe Prep in 1981. Terry Fox, a Canadian teen with cancer, attempted to run across Canada with a prosthetic leg…

Speech and Debate Students Compete in Arizona

Speech and Debate students traveled January 5 through 9 with coach Ambrose Ferber to compete in the HDSHC Invitational at Arizona State University in Tempe. The National Circuit tournament featured competitors from…