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College Counseling

College Counseling: Individualized and Student-Centered

100% of Sandia Prep graduates are accepted to four-year colleges and universities.

Our counselors work diligently one-on-one beginning in 9th grade to help students and their families understand the complex process of planning for and applying to college.

The college admissions process is offered at each grade level - 9th through 12th grade by helping freshmen understand the importance of their early academic work and selecting the appropriate courses; providing opportunities for sophomores to explore their aptitudes and abilities as they relate to career options and future college choices; and holding on-going individual meetings with juniors and seniors are a few of the many components of our college counseling program.

Additionally, the college counseling office provides assistance with financial aid and information on scholarships. Last year our students were awarded more than $2 million in scholarships.

Colleges Visiting Sandia Prep

Each year more than 100 colleges and universities send recruiters to Sandia Prep to visit with students. Below is the calendar of who is visiting in the next 30 days. For a full list, visit out College Visit Schedule page.

For College Representatives wishing to schedule a college visit, please contact Roxanna Caird, College Counseling Coordinator at or 505.338.3029.

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College Counseling Events/Important Dates

Each year Sandia Prep's College Counseling Department presents multiple events to help students prepare for the college application process.

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Class of 2017 Matriculation

Click the map below to see where our seniors were accepted and where they enrolled, as well as a list of colleges/universities attended by our graduates over the last four years.

Matriculation Map & College List

College Admission Profile

Alumni Success Stories

Melissa Morse
Director of College Counseling

Danielle Yepa Gunderson
Assistant Director of College Counseling

Roxanna Caird
College Counseling Coordinator