Academy students are known as high achievers with big hearts. They excel at academics, athletics, visual and performing arts, and a variety of extracurricular activities. Each year, our teams, clubs, and individual students are recognized for local, regional, and national achievements, and we are very proud of them! Here’s a small sampling of what our students have achieved this year:
25 Albuquerque Academy juniors named semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.
Five Academy students nationally recognized for their work in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition.
19 Albuquerque Academy students named 2016-17 National Hispanic Recognition Program (NHRP) Scholars by The College Board.
Four Chargers recognized at New Mexico Scholastic Press Association state competition.
Seven students from Albuquerque Academy selected to participate in the 2017 New Mexico Educators Association All-State Choirs.
Academy French students won first and second place at UNM World Language Expo.
Artwork by 54 Albuquerque Academy students selected for juried exhibition on Canyon Road.
24 Academy students selected to participate in the New Mexico Youth All-State Festival in Las Cruces.
Four Academy students participated in the Capitol Congress Debate Tournament at the Santa Fe Roundhouse.
Adeeb Khan ’22 took first place at the Private and Parochial Spelling Bee.
Charles Touche ’17 selected to play in the High School All-American Soccer Game. Charles was also selected as the 2016 Gatorade New Mexico Boys Soccer Player of the Year.
Ramses Tanedo ’21 Named National Quiz Bowl Middle School Player of the Week.
Nine Academy students qualified for the International DECA Conference.
Academy students in grades 8-12 have logged nearly 11,000 hours of community service so far this year.
Cross country and track Coach Adam Kedge, 2016 Boys Tennis Team, and Alum Alex Bregman ’12 Honored at New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame Awards Banquet.
Jordan Lesansee ‘17 named the Gatorade New Mexico Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year and competed in the Nike Cross National Final in Portland.
Senior Izzy Jerome’s work, Merritt B., selected to be on display at the U.S. Department of Education as part of Art.Write.Now.DC, a special exhibition of National Medalist work from the 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.