Student & Parent Information

Follow the links on the left to find the information you may need throughout the year as a parent or student.


Quality of Education Survey Results

To view the 2016-17 Quality of Education Survey results, please click here.

Important Links & Documents

The Student/Family Handbook is available here for download.

The NMSA Style Guide is available for download here.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

New Mexico Department of Health – School Immunization Requirements

Title I Parent Involvement Policy

Title I School – Parent Compact

Assessments 2016-2017

PARCC Test Schedule – Spring 2017

2015 FNS Nondiscrimination Statement (Revised)

2015 FNS Nondiscrimination Statement (Spanish Translation)

McKinney Vento Act

Special Ed Policy

Special Ed Policy – Chapter 1 – Child Find-Interventions
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 2 – Procedural Safeguards
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 3 – Full and Individual Evaluation
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 4 – Disabilities-Exceptionalities
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 5.1 – Individual Education Program (IEP)
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 5.2 – Additional IEP Requirements
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 6 – Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 7 – Discipline – Behavior
Special Ed Policy – Chapter 8 – General Administration

Mental Health Support Services

Dear Parents,

Based on the expressed need of NMSA students, we have complied a list of on-campus and community individual and family therapists.

A therapist can work with students on issues such as: test anxiety, lack of friends, relationships, general anxiety, self- esteem, and depression among many other teenage issues, as well as working with the family as a whole.

If you are interested in finding out more about counseling options beyond the scope of the School Counselor, feel free to contact me directly at 505 310-4194 x104 or via email:


Mikiko Ellis, NMSA High School Counselor


Queridos padres,

Basado en la necesidad expresada por los estudiantes de NMSA, hemos cumplido una lista de terapistas en el campus y terapistas en la comunidad.

Una terapista puede trabajar con los estudiantes sobre temas tales como: ansiedad ante los exámenes, la falta de amigos, relaciones, ansiedad general, la autoestima y la depresión entre otras cuestiones de muchos adolescentes, así como el trabajo con la familia en su conjunto.

Si usted está interesado en saber más acerca de las opciones de terapia más allá del alcance de la consejera de la escuela, no dude en ponerse en contacto conmigo directamente a 505 310-4194 x104 o por correo electrónico:


Mikiko Ellis, Consejera Estudiantil de NMSA

Student Absences:

All student absences need to be reported by 10:00 a.m. Please call (505) 310-4194 or e-mail

Arts Fee Payments

Click here to make your Arts Fee payment now, or to  set-up recurring payments throughout the school year 2016-17.

Our Spend & Share Program

Go to our Spend and Share page to find out how you can support the school everyday by shopping at Albertson’s,, Chalmers Capitol and Smith’s!

Parent Volunteers

Please fill in the form below so that we can accurately track volunteer hours. The number of volunteer hours we have contributes to our NMPED annual grade. If you have made an in-kind donation please remember to submit your receipts and contact information to the Development Office for an acknowledgement letter.

Volunteer Hours

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