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Principal: Martin Madrid

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

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



District Goals 2013-14

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*      April Edition

Mission Statement


Parent Involvement Plan

Photo Album

SRHS Discipline Referral Form


Vision Statement



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

Congratulations Boy’s Track State Champs!!



Below, please find the link for Student Survey as approved in your NMTEACH plan.  Also, please find attached guidance on administering the survey.  The survey window will be live until April 18.


Below, please find the link to the Parent Survey approved in your NMTEACH evaluation system.  This link will be live until April 18.





Did you know that the United States Naval Academy invites over 3000 students per year to participate in our summer programs? These programs offer students a chance to visit Annapolis and experience the Naval Academy first-hand.


Our Summer STEM program is designed for rising 8th-11th graders who are interested in pursuing education in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. During the STEM program, students will be exposed to world-class lab facilities and have the opportunity to learn from some of the best college professors in the country. In addition, they will meet fellow students from all over the country that share a similar passion for learning.



Rising 8th & 9th Graders

June 2-7, 2014

Rising 10th Graders

June 9-14, 2014

Rising 11th Graders

June 16-20, 2014


The Summer Seminar program, designed for rising 12th graders, gives students the opportunity to find out if they have what it takes to be a midshipman. The program allows students to experience the rigorous academics, physical challenges and student life at the Naval Academy. Summer Seminar is perfect for students who have no prior exposure to a service academy as well as those who are trying to decide if a service academy is right for them.



Session 1

May 31-June 5, 2014

Session 2

June 7-12, 2014

Session 3

June 14-19, 2014

*All sessions rising 12th graders

We hope you will share this information with your constituents and encourage them to check out our website at We also encourage you to share the link to our summer programs informational pamphlet in your communications to students in your district. As always, we appreciate your support.

American Legion Boys and Girls State


Boys State May 25- MAY 30       Girls State June 1-6


Place:  Eastern New Mexico University


Students must be in Good Standing in Junior year


Boys & Girls State Website     Deadline April 15, 2014


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