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7th Grade New Mexico History Fieldtrip

Students from the 7th grade New Mexico History class participated in an historical event at The Palace of the Governors earlier this quarter. As one of Santa Fe’s most treasured, iconic, and recognizable places, this gem has long opened its doors for the community, showcasing its rich history, cultural significance,  ...

People of Color Conference and Student Diversity

In early December, Prep sent two faculty (Leslie Hale and Claire Romero) and four students (Noah Duran ‘18, Jared Lucero ‘16, Jaelene Tapia ‘17, and Jasmine Alvarado ‘17) to a very important conference sponsored by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS): the People of Color Conference for adult educators  ...

Financial Aid Night: How To Pay For College?

Upper School parents, please join the former Director of Financial Aid at Denver University, now Dean of Admissions/Financial Aid at St. Olaf's College, Minnesota, Chris George, for an informative evening about the financial aid process on Thursday, January 15th, from 5:30 pm to 6:45 pm in the Prep Founders' Room. Applying  ...

Dynamic Energy

We've had a tremendous first semester this year, by any measure--and our commitment is to both deepen and expand the impact of our program . . . on every student we serve, and as a school on the broader community. Here's the equation for the dynamic energy in a moving  ...

Breaking Down Walls

“There are no bullies, just people who bully.” -Teaching Tolerance Bully behaviors are essentially acts of bias and intolerance because they isolate and target a group or individual based on perceived differences. In many schools, bully behaviors, including exclusion and put-downs, leave some students feeling alone and isolated. “Teaching Tolerance,”  ...

Senior Boot Camp

By Story Leonard, Director of College Counseling Sixty-seven seniors dove into the the college application process for three days last week, fine-tuning college essays, starting the Common Application, and brushing up their interview skills while the rest of the upper school was camping. Seniors bonded over their shared plight  ...

Dwight Yoakam Benefit Concert

We are pleased to announce a Dwight Yoakam Concert benefiting Santa Fe Prep's Tuition Assistance Program on Thursday, August 28th, 7:30 pm at The Santa Fe Opera. The Santa Fe Prep community has first dibs on tickets and Dwight sold out the last two times he was in Santa Fe!  ...

Breakthrough Graduation

On Thursday, May 8th, Breakthrough Santa Fe officially graduated the Breakthrough Class of 2014, sending 23 seniors off to colleges around the region. The night, highlighted by the program's inaugural Davis Breakthrough Scholars, featured speeches by students, administrators, and Andrew Davis. In his speech, Saúl Dominguez, a senior at Monte  ...