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Transcript Requests

Students will need to send their transcript to colleges this way!

Go to: www.parchment.com to create a free account.

Contact Ms. Henderson, the Registrar for questions.

(505)345-9021 ext.54223

SAT Testing

SAT testing for 11th grade: Canceled for school year 2019-2020

PSAT testing: Canceled for school year 2019-2020

act testing

Rescheduled for June/July

Dates: TBA

Academic Resources

 AP TESTING 

While schools are closed, here are some supplemental daily activities with online learning for students of all ages.

Tutoring and Homework Support

Check with your teacher for strategies and ideas to do better in class.

 

Dial-A-Teacher

Need homework help? Teachers are standing by to help with homework 

Monday – Thursday

5:30pm – 8:30pm

505-344-3571 or 1-800-947-8839

Closed during APS Holidays, provided by Albuquerque Teacher’s Federation (ATF)

ATF Site

 

LNESC Upward Bound

Upward Bound is a free college prep program located at Valley high school campus, located in room C5-B.

Contact: Jeanine Rogge, 505-203-8878 or jrogge@lnesc.org

Monday - Thursday

12:00 - 4:30pm

 

VHS Upward Bound Website

LNESC Website

 

ENLACE Mentors

ENLACE provides academic support in room B-5 everyday after school.

Contact: Alma Delgado, 505-345-9021 ext. 54126

Monday – Friday

2:30pm -  5:00pm

VHS ENLACE UNM Spring 2020

 

Classzone

Secondary level students can select from their STATE, various content support with knowledge of the text they are using in class.

www.classzone.com

 

CNM

 

APS students may go to any CNM campus ACE(Assistance Center for Education) lab with their school ID and be able to get tutoring support. Website will list times and dates each lab is open.

505-224-4306

 

Albuquerque / Bernalillo County Library System

Access to a computer, but students do not need an email address to login.

Everyday 3:00pm-10:00pm

Summer school -Credit recovery

Traditional Summer School (face-to-face) has been cancelled due to the current health crisis.

Credit Recovery will be available through eCademy only.

Registration opens April 20. Contact your school counselor to register.

eCademy is an online credit recovery option for students who need to make up credits. Students will be expected to work 50 hours on a course during the 3 week session.