Atrisco Heritage Academy High School

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

Support the development of Atrisco Academy High School staff and leadership in serving a population of vulnerable high school children in New Mexico and document the process of development

Feb. 1, 2009 - Jan. 31, 2011

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Geographic Focus

New Mexico

Amount

$60,000

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Atrisco Heritage Academy High School

Karen Sanchez-Greigo is principal of the innovative Atrisco Heritage Academy High School on Albuquerque’s southwest mesa. As such, she is dedicated to the academic success of students from the city’s South Valley, an area where economic and educational challenges are many, and young people have often struggled to stay in school.

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