This is for athletes seeking to go to Sandia. Be wary I was excited for my son who is a great athlete. He went through a horrible experience this year. Coach Broussard is'nt a professional. He is misleading and didn't own up to the impact he caused. He is charismatic and tell you want you want to hear. I've since heard story after story. The administration wasn't helpful. Take your time to attend games and talk to people. On the positive note it was a learning experience of high school sports politics sponsorship and favoritism. It is still happening. Good luck
Sandia High School is a public high school in Albuquerque. 2,003 children attend Sandia High School and identify mostly as Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 26% of the 2,003 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Sandia High School is 16:1. Early College Academy is one of the nearest high schools.
- Ceramics sculpture
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- Cross country
- Field hockey
- Martial arts self defense
- P.E. classes
- Rock climbing
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Water polo
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Sandia HS is adding an International Baccalaureate (IB) program in 2013. IB is "a rigorous off-the-shelf curriculum recognized by universities around the world . http //www.ibo.org/
Before my husband and I decided to enroll our kids to Sandia we visited several top Albuquerque high schools in the area. The first impression we got from Sandia was that of a welcoming engaging inclusive school. Our student will be a Junior in the Fall and is very happy with the education received thus far.
I like sandia i do but i think the teachers are too strict.
Sandia is amazing. The teachers really do care and will do a lot to help students learn and get good grades! Everyone here is nice and they care!!! if you go to sandia the students are very nice and they greatly welcome new freshmen and students! I love it here!!! Sandia has so much to offer to people that are interested in so many different things. You are guarenteed to find something you love here and also many people who also have the same interests as you whether it be football chess club or whatever!
This is an outstanding school. The teachers care about the students and it is being remodeled to help with the so called overcrowding. They staff and teachers care about the students and do anthingthing they can to help. This is a excellent school and really people at any school you can find bullying and drugs. Sandia by no means has a lot of either of these but the truth is that it is the inevidable and every schoool will have some. I love sandia and i am glad i am enrolled there.
this is a really good school and has great community services for students and i strongly recomend it!
This is a great school the teachers interact with us students and help us a lot to improve our grades and maintain them at a certain GPA we try to succeed for.
I have been very disappointed by this school. I would not recommend this school if you are looking for a transfer. There are alot of parent politics. My daughter has been bullied and nothing has been done. We transferred her to Sandia because of the outstanding reviews and being told by the advisor that they were intolerant to problem kids not so. We have been very disappointed. Not every student has the oppurtunity to play sports as well. It's very overcrowded.
I have not found this school to be beneficial at all to my sudent she was too worried about drugs on campus and bad atmosphere to learn or stay interested.
We enjoy our school and I feel connected to the staff. The athletic dept. is a fine one as well. Sports keeps my Son on track. My Daughter enjoys her school too! We must like it we travel over 25 miles a day to get there!
My son is now a senior at Sandia and is Special Ed. due to Tourette Syndrome. He has a 3.5 GPA and is on the varsity golf team.The staff and teachers have been very supportive and understanding and overall we're extremely happy he's been successful there.
My husband and I did a lot of research with the local high schools when deciding where to send our three children. We picked Sandia because of the curriculum balance and diversity and felt the curriculum challenged them. I had two children that were athletes and one child that chose to participate in other extracurricular activites other than sports. They were all treated equally by the teachers and staff administration a few coaches in one sport only were questionable with fairness. Never were they treated differently by teachers or counselors because one was an athlete and one wasn't. The current principal and past principal have done awesome jobs. In 2007/2008 school year Sandia High school was recognized nationally as one of the top high schools to attend in the United States. My third child graduated last year and if the standards and reputation stay the same my grandchildren will attend Sandia
Excellent high school and reputation!!!
I graduated in 20006 and this school like most in albquerque has its general problems. The admin staff and councelors are of little help a majority of the time. And yes they do tend to be more apt to help athetes and the athletic programs than to update science labs and the art department. The advisors did little to help me prepare for college. I was told that i would qualify the the lottery scholarship and little else was done to help me in the way of applying for college note i had a 3.9 gpa and i scored a 27 overall on my ACT with a 29 in math and a 28 in science. The teachers vary from being very helpful to basically hating students and teaching. I did not have many problems with other students but they do exist but i think they are lower than other schools
We moved into this area specifically for this high school for our daughter; what a mistake! Thinking that the reputation of Sandia as being one of the best in the APS system would assist our child in getting a good education has proven to be erronous at best and even potentially harmful. The counseling staff has acted unprofesssionally on several occassions and the asst. principal and principal have done nothing but deny and confront when this has been brought to their attention. As soon as this school yr is over we are out of this dangerous place!
sandia is a great school! its very classy and well kept. i admire the diversity in the school and the way it conducts its teachings. it is probably one of the best if not the best high schools in the city.
I have just retired from this school and am very happy to out of the clutches of the the head principal. This school has gone from great to less the desireable.
I am somewhat of a stepfather figure to 3 children who have or are attending this school.It is in my option a school that does not care about the no child left behind act as they do not enforce truancy. I have a stepson who missed several weeks of school and we never received a phone call. We now have a daughter who is an aide and is not required to be there or if required not be on time. Some of her requirements for this class is to run and get Starbucks or breakfast. This is very discouraging to me and an argument that never settles AS my previous address let me enroll them in a better school but was outvoted. I hope the parents get more involved with this school as I have seen the problems and have tried to talk to the personal with no results.
I graduated from Sandia. It is one of the best if not the best High School in Albuquerque. The teachers are great and so is the administration. The security is great too. I never felt unsafe at school. There is a great racial diversity at Sandia and enough groups and activities for anyone to fit into. Sandia's music athletic and drama programs are some of the best in the state. The campus is well kept. Great school!
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