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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.

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Today: 1/23/17

Valley High School is a Gen Yes School


Video:  Accessing APS Student Google Accounts - English

Video:  Accessing APS Student Google Accounts - Spanish
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2nd Period Gen Yes Students: 4th Period Gen Yes Students:  2nd Period Gen Yes Students:
Jasmine Ortiz Maria Perez   Jasmine Ortiz
Emma Sanchez   Deshae Quillen  Emma Sanchez
Alejandro Trujillo     Alejandro Trujillo


VHS Gen Yes Website (click on the link to the left):

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ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – A dozen Albuquerque Public Schools students are being trained to become technology teachers.

The program is part of a national program called Gen YES. A dozen students grades 3 through 12 from seven different schools are receiving training to help teachers integrate technology in the classroom. They will teach their classmates and teachers how to use things like iPads and computers as well as different apps and programs


Students interested in participating in the Gen Yes program should see their Counselor, Ms. Tess Sanchez (9th Grade Dean of Students or Mrs. Miriam Shaw (Technology Coordinator/Gen Yes Facilitator).


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Announcements 01/20/17 


1.  Date to announce; 1-18, 19, 20All students must do a password change before Feb. 1.  APS is now requiring complex passwords.  If your password already meets the complex criteria, you DO NOT need to change it.  The website is PWRESET.APS.EDU.  They can see the tech office, a Gen Yes student, a tech mentor or a computer teacher for help.   Your computer teacher and online teacher have been given instructions which will assist you in changing your password.  Also, there are signs throughout the school.

2.  Date to announce; 1-18, 19, 20, 23:  ASVAB High School Career Exploration is back.  All Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors are eligible to take the ASVAB High School version for free.   Sign up in the front office and counselors.  ASVAB will take place on January 25, Wednesday in the Lecture Hall starting at 07:30 to 10:30.   For more ASVAB information see this website:  


This will help you with your post-high school choices.   And there are no obligations or commitments, so plan to take the ASVAB on January 25th. 


3.  Date to announce; 1-20, 23, 24Students - Eastern New Mexico University will be here on January 24th during the lunch break, so drop by and visit in C Hall by the Cafeteria.  If you have any questions about the visit, see Mr. Montoya in the College & Career Center room B-2.  Again, ENMU will visit this coming Tuesday during lunch in C Hall.


4.  Date to announce; 1-20:  Sunday January 22nd there is an Enchilada Dinner from 11am-2pm at Knights of Columbus for our volleyball coach to help her in her battle against cancer. Tickets are $5 at the door.


Students, the gym is ONLY available to students enrolled in PE classes and ONLY during the scheduled class period.



Wrestling @ Rio Grande @ 5:30pm

Girls Basketball @ Albuquerque High @ 7pm



Boys Metro Swimming @ West Mesa @ 8am

Cheer Winter Invite @ Cibola @ 1pm

Dance Winter Invite @ Cibola @ 6pm