Santa Fe Public Schools

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Santa Fe Public Schools
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Northern New Mexico
Santa Fe, New Mexico
District information
Motto"Improving Our Lives Through Education."
SuperintendentDr. Veronica Garcia
Students and staff
Other information

Santa Fe Public Schools is a school district based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States. Santa Fe Public Schools serves the area of Santa Fe and the neighboring communities of Tesuque, Eldorado, and the historic neighborhood of Agua Fria with a total area of 1,016 square miles (2,630 km2).[1] The school district has a total of 31 schools: 3 high schools, 3 combined high schools/middle schools, 3 middle schools, and 21 elementary schools (of which 5 are community schools).[2]


High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Capshaw Middle School
  • DeVargas Middle School
  • El Camino Real Academy
  • Edward Ortiz Middle School
  • Mandela International Magnet School
  • Monte del Sol Charter School (charter)
  • Tierra Encantada Charter School


  • Alameda Middle School
  • B.F. Young Middle School
  • Harrington Junior High
  • Leah Harvey Middle School

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Acequia Madre Elementary
  • Agua Fria Elementary (Agua Fria)
  • Atalaya Elementary
  • Carlos Gilbert Elementary
  • César Chávez Elementary
  • Chaparral Elementary
  • E.J. Martinez Elementary
  • El Camino Real Academy
  • Kearny Elementary
  • Nava Elementary
  • Piñon Elementary
  • Ramirez Thomas Elementary
    • Nye Early Childhood Center (Pre-K program)
  • Salazar Elementary
  • R. M. Sweeney Elementary
  • Tesuque Elementary (Tesuque)
  • Turquoise Trail (charter)
  • Wood Gormley Elementary

Community schools (K-8)[edit]

  • Amy Biehl Community School
  • Aspen Community Magnet School (formed as merger from three other schools)
    • Alvord Elementary (closed)
    • Kaune Elementary (closed)
    • Larragoite Elementary (closed)
  • El Dorado Community School (Eldorado)
  • Gonzales Community School
  • Nina Otero Community School


  1. ^ "District Size in Square Miles" (PDF). New Mexico State Department of Education. August 15, 2002. Retrieved February 22, 2011.
  2. ^ "All Schools (PK - 12)". Santa Fe Public School. Retrieved 13 December 2014.