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US News ranks ‘best high schools’ in New Mexico

US News ranks ‘best high schools’ in New Mexico

By Shelby Perea / Albuquerque Journal Staff Writer ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Twenty eight of New Mexico’s 189 high schools were ranked in this year’s U.S. News Best High Schools report, a national ranking that analyzes over 20,500 public schools in the country. That’s about...
NMSA breaks ground on new campus

NMSA breaks ground on new campus

Edmundo Carrillo | Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE — About 2 1/2 years after acquiring property for a new campus, the New Mexico School for the Arts broke ground Friday at the former Sanbusco Center in Santa Fe’s Railyard. The $30 million campus, being developed in three...
“NMSA expands its horizons at Sanbusco”

“NMSA expands its horizons at Sanbusco”

By Elayne Lowe | The New Mexican The old Sanbusco Market Center echoed with energy Friday morning as the New Mexico School for the Arts and community supporters celebrated the start of a construction project to create a new Railyard District campus where the...
Arts and education: Economic drivers

Arts and education: Economic drivers

Our view: Arts and education: Economic drivers The Santa Fe New Mexican | Thursday, March 2, 2017 Even in a city that dates back to 1610, it’s a good idea to find out how other places conduct business — especially when considering universal challenges such as keeping...