Remote Learning

Sandia Prep is known for its strong sense of community. Now, more than ever, we are here to support our students, families, and community. Though the delivery may be different, our goal remains the same: To teach students how to think creatively and critically while learning who they are and who they want to become. Thank you to our faculty, staff, students, and families for their flexibility in this unprecedented situation. 
Below you will find helpful tools as we start a new method of teaching and learning. We hope you will keep an open mind and have fun with this new way of conducting classes.

Please note that each teacher will contact their students with specific instructions and plans for each class.

The remote learning schedule is an A and B Day block. Students will attend their first four classes on A Days (Periods 1 - 4) and second four classes on B Days (Periods 5 - 8). Advisory will meet at 1:00 p.m on the first day of remote classes (March 23) and then at 1:00 p.m. each Friday.

Click here to download the Remote Learning Schedule in color or in black and white.

Click here to view Mr. Jeffries' video explaining the schedule.

For assistance using or installing Zoom, Veracross/PrepNet Portals, and Google Suite, please contact Sandia Prep's Information Technology Department at


All activities, including athletic events, Outdoor Leadership Program trips, performing arts shows/concerts, dances, fundraising events, and Admission events (campus tours and visit days) have been canceled until further notice.

The videos below are by Lynn Lyons, a psychotherapist who specializes in youth/family anxiety disorders. She has been in practice for over 25 years, written several best selling books, and is an international speaker on the topic. You may find these helpful as we navigate these unusual times.

Below is a list of resources for families transitioning to remote learning. Please click on each title for more information.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Agreement - States that providers will waive late fees, will not cut-off service, and will open hot-spots
AT&T - Offering open hot-spots, unlimited data to existing customers, and $10/month plans to low-income families
Charter Communications - Offering free WiFi for two months
Xfinity/Comcast - Offering free WiFi for two months to low-income families, plus all Xfinity hot-spots are free to the public during this time. If you are renting a router from Xfinity, you can request an upgrade here: Xfinity upgrade. If you have multiple people in your house connecting through your router, you may want to consider purchasing wifi extenders, called Xfi Pods, and place them throughout the house. Here is the link: Xfinity xFi Pods.
CenturyLink - If you are using CenturyLink and are renting, here is a link to their list of available modems and directions for troubleshooting
Sprint - Providing unlimited data to existing customers and allowing all handsets to enable hot-spots for 60 days at no extra charge
T-Mobile - Providing unlimited data to existing customers and allowing all handsets to enable hot-spots for 60 days at no extra charge
Verizon - Following the FCC agreement