Congratulations to Serenity Caraveo, ABQCA graduate!!!!
Congratulations to the following graduates: Omar Loya, Alexander Trujillo, Mariela Santos, Melissa Leon, Alejandra Gaspar, Elizabeth Rivera, and Alejandra Gaspar! This brings our total number of graduates to 33!! Awesome job everyone!
Graduate #25 is Priscilla Myers Morales!! Congratulations!!
Congratulations to graduate #26 Jonni Garcia! You did it!!!!
Donte Hamilton is graduate #24!!! Congratulations!!
Graduate #23 is.....Leyla Lerma!!! Congratulations!
Congratulations to graduate #22, Deja-Shea Maxey!!! Who will be next??
Cole Weatherred is graduate #21! Congratulations!!
Graduate #20 is Justice Velasquez!! Way to go!
Congratulations to Ivan Luna, graduate #19!!
Graduate #17 is Adriana Regalado!
Congratulations to Adren Baty, graduate #16!!
Graduate #15 is.....Steven Mee!! Congratulations!
Congratulations Sammy Trujillo, graduate number 13 at ABQCA!!
Adding two more scholars to the Class of 2022. Congratulations to Austin Delay and Mariano Escarzaga! Who will be next to join the Class of 2022?
We have graduate #10! Congratulations to Randall Calderon Jr.! Who will be next??
Good morning - due to the snow, ABQCA's morning session is cancelled today, Thursday 2/24/22. The PM session will begin at 12:35 as usual. Stay safe!
ABQCA scholars and families - In response to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s lifting of the statewide mask mandate in indoor spaces, ABQCA leadership made the decision to make mask wearing voluntary for staff and scholars. We will continue with surveillance testing and test to stay as required by the NMPED and NMDOH. Also, please remember, if you are feeling sick and/or displaying any covid symptoms you should stay home and get tested. Stay safe and we will see you tomorrow (2/22/22)!
This is just a reminder that ABQCA is closed tomorrow, Friday February 18th, for President's Day. We will see you on Tuesday!
Good morning, ABQCA community - Although our school is open today, the roads downtown are dangerous. If you stay home today, your absence will not count against you for regular attendance or for attendance contracts. Feel free to work from home and stay safe.