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Students from Taos' highest performing high school walked away with their diplomas Friday (May 17) following Taos Academy's ninth graduation ceremony.A total of 28 … more
In an effort to preserve an ancient building technique, Vista Grande High School is working toward adobe certifications for students interested in learning the original … more
The first class to graduate from high school in the Taos area was the Class of 1909 at the San Francisco de Asis Mission in Ranchos De Taos on Friday, April 23, 1909. Receiving their … more
They wore aluminum foil turrets fashioned over their mortarboards. They had red ribbons woven festively in their hair or strands bleached blond. Many were young but some … more
An unfunded mandate by state lawmakers and the governor to increase teacher pay is forcing the Taos Municipal Schools district to get creative with funding and … more
Taos High students took on challengers from across the state to bring home prizes and scholarships in the annual Supercomputing Challenge and state Botball Tournament. Taos High teacher Tracy … more
Taos County schools are gearing up for graduation. Below are the dates and times of area graduations. High School Equivalency ceremony, Thursday (May 9), 6 p.m., Sagebrush Inn and Conference … more
After a 40-year career in education, Enos Garcia Elementary principal Gladys Hererra Gurule has decided to retire. The elementary principal boasts a lengthy career in … more
From 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday (May 4) at the Stables Art Gallery, students from Taos elementary schools will be showcasing their best art work to the public. more
From building cars with 3D printed wheels to weaving, programming robots to pedaling power for milkshakes, this year's Invent Event in Taos will have dozens of … more
Fifth-grader Joaquin Rose says he's competitive, likes studying and loves learning about the world. So the National Geographic Geography Bee - or GeoBee to its fans … more
Taos High School's graduation rate rose four percent in 2018 from the previous year. In 2017, the rate was 68 percent. School officials are directly relating student … more
Taos students spent all semester on their art projects and the time has come to hang them for all to see.The annual Celebramos Student Art Show kicked off this week as … more
QUESTA - When the fire alarm sounded before lunch in November 2017, the staff at Alta Vista Elementary School knew they had a problem. A 6-year-old boy confined … more
Eighth grade 4.0 and aboveArchuleta, Amaya-Lee M.Chavez, Aricela K.Chavez, LarissaCordova-Sanchez, Lorenzo L.Delgado, AzaleaDuke, Xavier W.Duran-Romo, Brianna A.Espinoza-Sack, AlimarGarcia, Sarae … more
Build a robot from recycled materials, weave a basket, make a car with 3D printed parts, paint a mural or embark on any of three dozen other activities at the fifth annual Invent Event at the Enos … more
The Taos Municipal Schools Board met Tuesday (April 16) for their regular meeting at Taos High School and approved out-of-state travel for several school … more
Spring is here and with it comes the annual Celebramos student art show at the Stables Art Gallery. Students from various schools around Taos will be showing their talents in the annual art show … more
Community members gathered at UNM Taos Bataan Hall Thursday for a discussion about the landmark Yazzie/Martinez v. New Mexico case as the deadline for the state respond rapidly approaches. Taos … more
For students who have applied to all types of postsecondary programs, any letters of acceptance they receive will be accompanied by a financial aid package, either via the mail or through a college's online student portal. more
Students at Taos Charter School are raising the bar for their classmates and returned from the New Mexico Science and Engineering Fair over the weekend with ribbons on their boards. more
"Everyone ready, 1... 2 ... 3 ...1," said Juan Archuleta as the trumpets rang the opening notes. more
Principal's Roll Sixth grade Andrianos, Melissa Martinez, Liliana Woodruff, Saphira Fifth grade Jenkins, Jackson Fourth grade Vallejos, Esperanza Honor Roll Sixth … more
High school juniors and seniors are invited to submit essays on government ethics in a contest that could earn them a little cash. more
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