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Santa Fe High School
2100 Yucca Street
Santa Fe, NM  87505
505 467-2400

If you need directions to our school:

Mary Massey

Asst. Principal(s):  
Candice Harrison 
Dolores Montano-Pena 
Mark Mutz
Zack Boatman 

AVID Coordinator and Instructional Coach:
Cybele Leverett  

Community Resource Coordinator:
Leah O'Shell  

Dean of Students:
Stan Mascarenas 

Student Engagement and Success Advisor:
Carol Watson 

SFHS Registrar
Erika Barela

To Acccess an Email for our Staff:
Staff Directory

Santa Fe High School
Welcome to Demon Country!
Registration will not be taking place from July 27-July 31.
Registration will begin again on August 3 at 8:30 am.

2015-16 SFHS Orientation/Registration Fair

Welcome to the 2015-16 school year! We are pleased you have chosen SFHS for your high school education. Here are the dates and times for orientation/registration for both returning students and students new to SFHS:
• All Incoming Freshman and New Students will report to Student Services
• Returning Students (Sophomore - Senior) report to the Academic     Building for Orientation
 Monday, Aug. 3 8:30 am to 3 pm (Priority - Seniors)
Tuesday, Aug. 4 8:30 am to 3 pm (Priority - Juniors)
Wednesday, Aug. 5 11 am to 7 pm (Priority - Sophomores)
Thursday, Aug. 6 8:30 am to 3 pm (Priority – Freshman)
Friday, Aug. 7 8:30 am to 3 pm (Priority – Freshman)

Orientation will include picking up your class schedule, verifying immunization records, gathering contact information, gaining access to Power School, and paying parking fees. Please bring proof of registration and license for your parking sticker. No student activity fee will be collected this year.

Clubs and organizations will be represented. Enter raffles for prizes. Orientation to Academies for freshmen and sophomores, and tours of the campus will be offered.

Registration Instructions

To register as a student new to SFHS, which includes ALL freshmen and students new to the district for the 2015-16 school year, the following documents must be provided to school personnel:
• Parent ID
• Child’s birth certificate
• Child’s immunization records or conscientious objector form
(Completed immunizations are mandatory for registration; students out of compliance with immunizations may NOT attend school without the proper documents completed by the first day of school.)
• Two proofs of residence which could include: utility bill with service address, current lease of at least 6 months, property tax bill or mortgage bill.
(Go to for a list of acceptable documents)
• Transcripts

* Walk in registration begins July 7 in student services.

Para registrar por el ano escolar 2015-16 es necesario proveer los documentos en la lista:
• Identificacion parental
• Acta de Nacimiento del nino/a
• Cartilla de vacunas del nino o el formulario de objector de conciencia.
• Dos comprobantes de residencia que pueden ser: facture de Servicios   Publicos con direc-cion de servicio, arrendamiento actual al menos 6 meses, impuestos de propiedad o Factura de Hipoteca
• Copia oficial por todos los grados, 8 hasta actualidades (transcrpto)

Summer School Notice:

Parents and students,

Summer school is free for students in the district. To register for Summer School, please come to Student Services on our campus. There are two (2) three-week sessions this summer. Students can sign up for either AM or PM sessions. If there is room, students can to sign up for both AM/PM sessions.

Students who are in private schools, charter schools or out of district will need to go through the registration process and come to Student Services as well. For student who are in a private school in Santa Fe, summer school will be free; students in charter schools or outside of our district will have to pay $50 per session/class.

If you have any questions, please contact our front desk at 467-2400.


 REQUIRED Summer Reading

for AP English classes is…


Choose ONE of the following:

Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt

Black Boy by Richard Wright

The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hong Kingston

*This means you will read ONE text during the summer for AP Language. If you have questions, contact Ms. Gerber at .


Everybody must read:

Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison (required for everybody)

and choose ONE of the following:

Beloved by Toni Morrison

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

*This means you will read TWO texts, Invisible Man and one of the others, during the summer for AP Literature. If you have questions, contact Mr. Dean at or Ms. Schenk at .