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Engineering the Future at VHS

Beginning in the fall of 2018, Valley High School will be the home of a new
APS magnet school designed for students who are interested in engineering
and computer science.
This will be a school within a school and will be open to incoming freshmen.
Made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education,
Engineering the Future will cultivate engineering habits of mind such as
problem solving, creativity, optimism, persistence and collaboration.
Students will explore and apply the design process in all core classes. The
academic emphasis will be on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Students who live in Valley’s attendance area will be given priority in
attendance, then remaining space will be open to students throughout the
If you are interested more information on this exciting learning opportunity
for students beginning with the Class of 2022, please complete the VHS STEM Interest
form so we can contact you.

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Valley is proud of its cultural and ethnic diversity.  Among our student body, you will find descendents of Albuquerque’s founding fathers, as well as those who have recently arrived in the United States.  There are several neighborhoods within our attendance area–Los Duranes, Los Griegos, Los Anayas, and Los Chaves–which are named for families whose ancestors settled here over 300 years ago.  Streets bearing their names are dotted throughout the North Valley.  Their descendents presently represent Valley High students and staff.