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Principal: Martin Madrid

Address:
Santa Rosa High School
717 South 3rd Street
Santa Rosa, NM 88435

Phone: (575) 472-3422
Fax: (575) 472-3169


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Santa Rosa High School

Welcome to Santa Rosa High School’s website, “Home of the Mighty Lions!” Santa Rosa High School is situated on the Eastern Plains of New Mexico. Our High School is nestled along the Pecos River and is surrounded by beautiful mesas that create a picturesque scenic vista. The sunsets and full moon illuminations in this area are quite breathtaking. Route 66 and the railroad are trademarks of our community, for they have been a travelers’ delight since the late 1920s.  SRHS has been academically servicing the Santa Rosa area for well over 100 years.   The Class of 2012 will be the 100th Graduating Class.  Students are bused in from various little communities such as Anton Chico, Puerto De Luna, Cuervo, Newkirk and other small Spanish villages that have been in existence prior to the 1900s. Interestingly, the first high school in the area was known as Guadalupe County High School in 1904. In 1912 Santa Rosa has its first high school and in 1923 the “Alamo” was built, becoming a high school trademark for over 50 years.  Many of our SRHS Alumni who graduated from the “Alamo” have fond and pleasant memories with regards to an excellent education and a purple and white lively school spirit.  Our current high school has been around since 1966 showcasing over 66 graduating classes. The typical graduating class at SRHS varies from 40 to 60 students. Our alumni base pretty much circumnavigates the world with many of our Alumni holding professional and influential positions.

 

SRHS thanks to all the alumni who have attended and those who have chosen to wear purple and white.  We look forward to the future and hopes of providing a sound education to all incoming students.  Our motto is, “We Prepare Today for Our Dreams of Tomorrow.”

Student Information

The Smithsonian Latino Center's Young Ambassadors Program (YAP) is a free national program for graduating high school seniors that fosters the next generation of Latino leaders in the arts, sciences, and humanities via the Smithsonian Institution and its resources. YAP is a college preparatory and leadership program that encourages participants to explore various academic and career opportunities through the lens of the Latino experience. The program is a week-long, all-expenses paid training and leadership seminar and a four-week internship with a $2,000 program stipend.  Deadline for applying is Monday, April 6, 2015.

 

For more information, to view the promotional video, and to apply visit: http://latino.si.edu/Education/YAP    For questions: Email SLCEducation@si.edu

 

Check out the new website! Don’t wait! Application Deadline April 6, 2015      Watch the program in action. Young Ambassadors Promotional Video!!

 

Gain professional experience, network with Latino leaders, hone your leadership skills, and get involved in your community this summer with a paid internship. Apply to the Young Ambassadors Program! #SLCYAP2015

 

Who? Graduating high school seniors with a commitment to the arts, sciences, or humanities as it pertains to Latino communities.

 

What? Week-long, all-expenses paid training and leadership seminar and a four-week internship with a $2,000 program stipend.

 

Where?  Washington D.C. and internships in 19 cities across the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

 

When? June 21-July 31, 2015

 

Why? Opportunity to explore various career paths, embrace your own cultural heritage, and gain practical and leadership skills and intellectual growth.

 

Application deadline: April 6, 2015

 

“I can’t wait to begin my journey as a Young Ambassador, to inspire and be inspired”

The Smithsonian Latino Center gratefully acknowledges major and continued program support from Ford Motor Company Fund.

 

 

You are invited to attend the 68th Session of New Mexico Boys State & New Mexico Girls State, A Premier Leadership and Democracy Program –

We’ll give you a week that will shape your lifetime!

 

Sponsored by: The American Legion, Department of New Mexico & The American Legion Auxiliary, Department of New Mexico

 

Dates: Boys State - May 24, 2015 – May 29, 2015 Girls State My 31, 2015 – June 5, 2015

 

Place: Eastern New Mexico State University, Portales New Mexico

 

Eligibility: Students in good standing who have completed their junior year.

 

Program Information: Students will focus on how the political process operates in state government. Topics will include – law, civil service, election procedures, and parliamentary procedures. There will be detailed explanation of the legislative, executive and judicial procedures of state government.

 

Objectives: Students will develop an understanding of how state government works and appreciate the democratic process in American government.

Activities: Students will participate in New Mexico Boys/Girls State. Through role playing and other functional activities students will learn about elections, caucuses, conventions, operation of the courts, legislative assemblies, law enforcement and public welfare.

College Credit Hours: Students will receive 3 college credits upon certification of attendance, participation and satisfactory completion of the program. College credits can be transferred to any college or university.

Registration and tuition fees: The American Legion, Department of New Mexico & the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of New Mexico will pay all registration costs to include room & board, meals and transportation to and from Portales. Tuition for college credits is paid by scholarship from ENMU. Boys State participants are asked to pay a $25.00 fee for “t-shirts” to be worn throughout the week and at recreation.

Extra Curricular Activities: Participants are encouraged to join the “band” or be part of the annual Talent Show.

 

For more information visit the website at: http://www.nmboysstate.org Additional information may be found by contacting: American Legion, Dept. of NM - (505) 247-0400.  Applications can be picked up in the Guidance Office or PRINT HERE.

ARE YOU UP FOR THE CHALLENGE?

 

Health Notice to Parents

3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Santa Rosa High School

2014-2015

Juniors and seniors are Not Available till the end of the semester due to College Course Grades.

SOPHOMORES

“A” Honor Roll

“B” Honor Roll

Joseph Esquibel

Jelyan Armendariz

Crucita Rodarte

Sharmaine Benally

Ayliah Chavez

Maria G. Crisostomo

 

Lauren Green

 

Matthew Sanchez

 

Emilio Ulibarri

 

Katie Zamora

FRESHMEN

“A” Honor Roll

“B” Honor Roll

Dominica Chavez

Rosario Blancarte

Mikayla Garnand

Miquella Garcia

Nicolette Gonzales

Mina Griego

Ashely Madero

Erik Lopez

Jankie Patel

Caroline Lucero

Jayden Romero

Samantha Matta

Christina Shank

Benito Rael

Sarah Shank

Noah Saiz

Cassandra Sisneros

Cody Schattschneider

Aislyn Trujillo

Jazmine Silva

Kaitlyn Ulibarri

Katie Swaggart

 

Krystin Villanueva

 

Anastacia Zitz

 

 

 

 

 

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