Although we are currently fully enrolled, it is possible that spots will arise between now and the first day of school in August. Please contact the admission office to discuss the possibility of enrollment for your child.
Applications for school year 2022-23 will be available early September.
The application process consists of an online application form on Ravenna, which includes completing an authority to release records form and a test date registration form; uploading a photo of the student; and paying the $65 application fee. If you would like to request a fee waiver, please call the Admission Office at (505) 828-3208.
Authority to Release Records (ARR)
Shortly after the first semester grades have been recorded, we will ask you to provide the completed authority to release records form to your child’s current school, giving the school permission to send your child’s grades and any standardized test scores to the Academy. We require the current year and two prior years of transcripts, as well as any standardized test scores. For parents who homeschool their child, please complete the homeschool supplement form in your child’s online application
Follow the instructions in your child’s online application to send the Recommendation Forms to your child’s current English and mathematics instructors. These are accepted in the admission office directly from teachers electronically after October 1.
We would love for your child to visit as a buddy on our campus.* Each buddy day visitor will attend engaging classes, participate in a group interview activity (this fulfills the interview requirement of an admission file), and spend time with a student ambassador.
Call the Admission Office at (505) 828-3208 for more information.
For admission dates and deadlines, please click here.
The admission and financial assistance teams are always happy to answer questions. Call (505) 828-3208 for the Admission Office or (505) 828-3352 for the Tuition Assistance Office.
Albuquerque Academy is an independent, college-preparatory day school for students in grades 6 through 12. Albuquerque Academy does not discriminate against otherwise qualified students on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, or sexual orientation and makes reasonable accommodations for otherwise qualified students with disabilities.