Thank you for your patience as we have worked to create the EOC schedule. After meeting with district officials, we now have a testing schedule.
The EOC is a state-mandated exam. All students are required to take their assigned EOCs starting on May 5-18 and attend school through Wednesday, May 18. Thursday, May 19 will be a half-day for EOC make-ups, and only students making-up EOCs will attend school that half day. During class time following the EOC, students will work on a secondary component of the final assessment, such as a project, etc as determined by the teacher.
You will find the EOC schedule in the gray box in the upper right hand side of this web page. The section is titled "Exam Schedule 2015-2016" In addition, please note the following:
Seniors are required to take EOCs and must follow the EOC test schedule.
No students in E2020 will have to take the exam.
All tests are administered by computer, and most tests will be administered in the students' regular classrooms.
Dear Santa Fe High School Families.
Please mark your calendars to join us for the first Santa Fe High School Academy Community Fair on Saturday, May 7th from 10 AM – 2 PM in the Activities Center. There will be fun and entertainment for all, student performances and exhibits, as well as local business vendor booths. The event is a fundraiser for the Parent Teacher Coalition.
If you would like to have a business vendor booth, please contact the Parent Teacher Coalition at 505-303-0514 and leave a message with your name and contact information. Booths are $25. Again, if you would like to support your local school community with a vendor booth or if you would like to volunteer to help with the event, please call 505-303-0514. Mark your calendars for May 7th from 10 AM – 2 PM to join us at the event!
Dear Families and Friends of SFHS,
Santa Fe High School’s cohort graduation rate for 2015 rose nearly three percentage points to 69.9% based on data PED released last week. This is GREAT news for our students and our school. The rate increased from 67.1% the previous year. It is higher than the statewide average of 68.6%. BRAVO to all teachers and support personnel who made this happen.
This is just another piece of solid evidence of how we are working hard to move Santa Fe High School forward. We are reimaging a school where ALL students find success in a highly challenging, technologically-rich learning environment.
I personally invite you to our campus to see for yourself all of the wonderful opportunities students are afforded in our Academies: Arts/Humanities, Innovation/Engineering, and Culinary Arts/Hospitality.
Specifically, we are dedicated to:
• Offering rigorous, highly engaging course work that gives students strong voice and choice in their learning.
• Creating a school culture where students have a strong sense of belonging and an ownership of their education and their school.
• Providing students with high-level skills and ways of thinking that prepare them to shape their futures and contribute to their local and global community.
• Providing access to appropriate college preparation and coursework to facilitate students’ post-secondary plans.
• Fully accessing rich community resources available in Santa Fe to support the Academy approach to education.
Please contact me at any time to discuss the future we are building for your students!
Mrs. Mary Massey
I will be my very best and do my very best, each and every day.
This is the pledge I am asking not just freshmen but every single student on this campus to make. Here is how you as parents, guardians and community members can help our students do and be their best:
I challenge every one of us involved in education to help find ways to get inside students’ head to push them to turn up the knob that regulates their quality and effort. Let’s take time this school year to explore ways to promote an ethic of excellence, which means higher standards for both student behavior and work. Together, let’s encourage our students not just take the pledge, but live the pledge, each and every day.
Mrs. Mary Massey, lead principal