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Atrisco Heritage Academy High School

Contact us: (505) 243-1458

UPDATE: East Mountain Schools Cancelled - Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018

UPDATE: As of 4:10 a.m., all East Mountain schools are closed due to inclement weather. Learn more about School Delays and Cancellations.

Students who will have cancelled classes:

  • Students who attend APS East Mountain Schools
  • Students who attend Manzano High School who live in the East Mountains. (Manzano High School students living in Albuquerque are required to attend classes.)

APS East Mountain Schools include:

  • A. Montoya Elementary School
  • San Antonito Elementary School
  • Roosevelt Middle School
  • Manzano High School: Students who live in the East Mountains

As of 4:00 a.m., all East Mountain Schools are on a two-hour delay due to inclement weather. Learn more about School Delays and Cancellations.

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AHA Parking Permits

Parking Permits are available in the activities office before school or at lunch.  The cost is $40 - EXACT CHANGE PLEASE.  You must bring the following: 

  • VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
  • CURRENT VEHICLE REGISTRATION
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About Our School

Atrisco Heritage Academy High School is one of 13 comprehensive public high schools in Albuquerque Public Schools, the 34th largest school district in the United States. Atrisco Heritage is the newest high school in APS and is located at the Southwest point of Albuquerque, bringing together communities from the valley and the mesa. Visitors coming into Atrisco enter a 21st Century architectural design for learning and community engagement.

The school is located in the rapidly growing Southwest Mesa on 65 acres of land and is currently home to approximately 2,600 students. Atrisco Heritage Academy opened its doors in 2008 with approximately 650 students. Each year another 9th grade class was added with 2012 being the year that we graduated our first senior class.