Albuquerque High School
- ALBUQUERQUE, NM
Albuquerque High School
- grade B+Overall Grade
- ALBUQUERQUE, NM
- Rating 3.81 out of 5 375 reviews
Albuquerque High School Reviews
Rating 3.81 out of 5 375 reviews
A very average place from the outside with mostly basic classes that are pass through. AHS does offer some great AP courses with great teachers especially in math and science.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Albuquerque High. Albuquerque High is academically challenging if you're in the AP/Honors program, and is a very diverse school.
Albuquerque High is a school that presents different opportunities for all types of students. There is a lot of advanced classes and extracurriculars to participate in. Also, a great school is right next door, CEC, where I'm taking a college level class. Overall the teachers can improve on their standards of teaching but it's a good enough school to attend.
Like every other public high school in America, Albuquerque High has its share of problems due to underfunding. However the diverse environment of both teachers and students has been an education in of itself. Albuquerque High has the most comprehensive bilingual program in the state, and the diversity rate is 87%. Coming of age in this culturally diverse and this educational and accepting environment has been deeply enriching.
Great teachers, at least in the AP/Honors programs. Great diversity, many activities. Struggled with admin in past years, though it is getting better.
My daughter will be graduating from Albuquerque High School in May and our experience has been very positive. The administration and staff have been so inspiring and supportive in my child's academic and athletic pursuits. It is a very diverse school in which kids are very accepting of one another. There is something for everyone-sports, theatre, music, bilingual classes, Senate, and much more. Many of my daughter's teachers have gone above and beyond, writing reference letters, encouraging outside endeavors to put on college applications, made extra efforts during COVID to make sure there were no mental health issues. I am vert happy with our experience at Albuquerque High.
I've attended Albuquerque High School for the past 4 years, and it's an excellent school in both academics and extracurriculars. There is something for everyone at this school.
I am a transferring student from another school to Albuquerque High and the staff and students that I have met during that time were very welcoming and helpful with the new change in my life at the time.
It was amazing. Atleast for the year I've been here. The amount of things to do is a lot! Although there's a few teachers that probably shouldn't be teachers, there's some that inspire! The people here are amazing and I love them. I dance and I play in a band at school. Probably one of my favorite school years yet!
This school is full of fun and discipline. You were able to learn and have a good time doing it. Never a dull moment, the teachers are amazing and the amount of diversity in every aspect was awesome.
Attended high school here and it was great. Orchestra program is crazy good and the DECA program was the best.
I enjoyed the school but there's very little creativity. The learning curriculum is harder for kids who lack and there no alternative.
I love the pride we carry for our school we are very competitive when it comes to Games, DECA, or any form of competition with other schools. I love how involved students are within events the school sets up. I love the programs made to help the students overall.
I liked AHS because I felt welcome there and it was a good fit for me. There are a lot of good teachers that are there to help you learn and help you in other aspects.
All faculty are very involved in the school and students. They are continually trying to keep Bulldog Pride alive. Also, a lot of former students of Albuquerque High, like myself, seem to enroll their children in the school even if they live out of district. This shows me that we take great pride in our former school and wish to have our children experience the greatness of the school.
I transferred here from another high school a few years ago, and this school has much to offer. First thing from opening the doors is the diversity between the students. Most people think diversity means division but I had never felt more included. The staff has some amazing teachers and administrators who make it their mission to help you feel like you’re at home. I am grateful for the opportunity that Abq High has led me to, and very grateful that I transferred.
Very good school with great teachers who love to see their students succeed. Four stars were given instead of five because some programs or athletics are clearly valued over others even if they are less successful.