Long time Sandia Prep Athletic Director Pete MacFarlane was featured in the Albuquerque Journal. After 42 years with Sandia Prep, Mr. MacFarlane is retiring at the end of this year. He will be missed not only by Prep, but also by the Albuquerque sports community. Read more about Pete and his successes at Prep.
Tech, arts, and sports camps for students in PreK-12th grade.
- Star Wars Jedi Training
- Hogwarts School
New classes this Year
- Super Hero Science
- FantasyLand: Writing from Imagination
- New afternoon theater class producing Alice in Wonderland JR.
- Disney's Little Mermaid JR.
- Singin' in the Rain JR.
Sixth graders in Ms. Helen Haskell's science class had the opportunity to examine a Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM) float. The float is used to study earth science and how the climate is changing. It is very similar to the two Sandia Prep-sponsored floats (named Sundevil Sam and Sundevil Lion) currently in the Southern Ocean. Students will be able to figure out the Antarctic floats' real-time locations and use online data to conduct experiments. Visit http://soccomatsea.
Sandia Prep was recently named a Top Private High School in New Mexico. The rankings were based on SAT/ACT scores, colleges students considered, student-teacher ratio, private school ratings, and more.
Decades: A Prep Party Celebrating 50 Years
April 8, 2017
ALL-INCLUSIVE tickets just $35
- Luminaria tribute to Sandia Prep
- Popular Albuquerque band Vanilla Pop
Evan Lewis '17 was named as a National Merit Scholarship finalist. Evan has met all of the requirements to advance to finalist standing in the scholarship competition. Of the 1.6 million juniors that entered the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program last year, only 15,000 advance to the finalist stage, equaling less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors. Evan now has the possibility of being awarded one of approximately 7,500 National Merit Scholarships. Congratulations, Evan!