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Shine a Light
KT Tunstall Benefit Concert – November 28, 2023
We would like to thank Grammy® nominated, KT Tunstall, The Kitchen Sink Studio, and all of our business sponsors for generously supporting an intimate local fundraising concert to support Arts & Sciences.
Best of Santa Fe 2023
We love our community, and are so grateful for the love you show us! We are honored and thrilled to share that Arts & Sciences was voted Best of Santa Fe 2023 in 4 categories.
1st Place – Best Middle School
2nd Place – Best Preschool
2nd Place – Best Summer Program for Youth
3rd Place – Best Elementary School
The Best Schools
Stanford Program on International and Cross Cultural Education
Jessica Patti, our Middle School History Teacher, was accepted this spring to the SPICE summer institute at Stanford. It took place this summer and Jessica is excited to use this opportunity to strengthen our robust middle school history and humanities curriculum. To find out more about this program, click here.
Pasatiempo Writing Contest
We are thrilled to share that two of our 2020-2021 8th Graders won the Pasatiempo Teen Writing Contest! Hazel Hitt won for poetry, and Cora Thompson won for fiction! Congratulations and thank you both for sharing your voices! Thank you to our middle school English teacher Joseph Smith for inspiring another generation of talented writers.
Arts & Sciences Principal Todd Stiewing was featured in this Fordham Institute article about how schools are taking the challenge of covid and turning it into the opportunity of outdoor learning. Let’s get kids outside! Learning is an adventure!
Senator Heinrich inspired by Arts & Sciences students
Senator Martin Heinrich visited our school this spring and spoke with students about issues related to climate change. See the video of his speech on the Senate floor on July 8, 2019, and read his Op-Ed in the Santa Fe New Mexican.
Here’s an excerpt from the Op-Ed:
“Last month, I sat down with some of these young leaders in a classroom at the Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences for a discussion on how we should confront the climate crisis. I was impressed with the students’ depth of knowledge on climate science and their observations of how climate change is already impacting their daily lives. Their eagerness for action at both the local and global level gave me great hope.”
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