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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
Cynthia Clarke
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

The Demon Tattler

Welcome to Demon Country!

This Saturday the NJROTC is having its pancake breakfast fundraiser at Applebee’s.

See a NJROTC cadet or Naval Science Instructor for your $10 ticket.


Please take this survey from this link if you are unable to take the survey in your English classroom.

This survey will help us create strategies to help you plan your after-high-school experiences.  This survey will also help us create a system of support to help you in any endeavor you may choose after high school.
Thank you for your participation!

Students can access the survey via this link: 

fill it out in Google Forms

Tardy sweeps will officially begin Monday, Aug. 31, 2015. Classroom instruction begins promptly at 8:50 am. The consequences for being late are: 

  • 1st tardy Warning
  • 2nd 1 day of lunch detention
  • 3rd  tardy 2 days of academic support and phone call home
  • 4th tardy 3 days of academic support
  • 5th tardy community service
  • 6th tardy in person parent conference
  • 7th Saturday School

It is important for students to be in class, every day on time ready to learn.

Take the Pledge

When the newly minted freshman class met me for the first time Aug. 13 for Jump Start Day, I asked them to place their hands over their hearts and take this pledge.

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:

  • Encourage students to be kind to one another. We must have civility on our campus. If students experience any form of bullying, they need to report it to an adult immediately.
  • Do your part to make sure students come to school every day with a positive attitude ready to learn. SFHS posted an average student attendance rate last school year around 80%.  This is unacceptable. We need your help to get students to class and make sure they stay in class.
  • Every student walks around with a picture in his or her head of what is good enough. Each time he or she turns in a piece of work, they ask themselves if it meets their own standards. Help support students by looking at their assignments and asking them if is the best they can produce.
  • You as their parents and guardians can monitor Power School to check students’ grades often. Reach out to teachers early when there is a question on concern.

As we kick off a new school year full of hope and anticipation, 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