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At A Glance

  • 100%
    College acceptance rate
  • A+
    A top private school
  • 7:1
    Student to teacher ratio
  • 15
    Average class size
Prep Senior Writes, Directs, and Performs Musical Featured Photo

Prep Senior Writes, Directs, and Performs Musical

Senior Colin Miller '19 performed his special two-man musical "The Missing Peace" this past weekend at Prep. This musical was the result of his two year Odyssey Scholars Project. Having been moved by a young audience member's appreciation for his performance, Colin's piece focused on a young man with autism who recently lost his brother. All proceeds from the show will go to the New Mexico Autism Society.
Girls Team

State Champs and Breaking Records

Breaking records and taking home championships! * Sundevil Girls Varsity Track & Field Team took State. * Sydney Pyles '20 broke the pole vault state record with a jump of 10 feet. * Epherem Zerai '19 is the State 1600 meter champion. * Sevilla Duran '20 set a new state record in the 300-meter hurdles.
Student who won award

Sandia Prep Film Students Win Award

Sandia Prep juniors Samantha Jeffries '20 and Austin Tackman '20 recently received an award for their original screenplay, "Inner Thoughts." They 1st Runner-Up in the 2019 New Mexico Girls Make Movies (NMGMM) Screenwriting Competition, winning a cash prize and an invitation to the NMGMM Gala! They appeared on the KRQE Morning TV Show to talk about their award. Click the headline above to view the segment.
OSP students

New Odyssey Scholars Announced

These eight Sundevils are our newest group of Odyssey Scholars Program students! For the next two years, they will immerse themselves in an area for which they are passionate. A few of their Odyssey Scholar projects include writing and recording an album, exploring various medical fields, criminal forensic psychology, and building and launching a satellite!
eSports Team

Sandia Prep Runner-Up in New Mexico's First eSports State Championship

Sandia Prep is brand new to eSports, but our Sundevils made it to the state championship for League of Legends. Over the weekend the League of Legends team competed in New Mexico's inaugural state championship game. The team was runner-up to the state title, but their hard work and dedication to the sport showed as this new team made it to the final game. eSports promote team building, develop interest in STEM, and can lead to scholarship and job opportunities. For the KOBTV news story about the esports championship and Sandia Prep's team click the headline above.