Developing tomorrow’s informed, articulate,
and effective female leaders.

Our admin office will be closed June 3-14. We are still accepting applications for the 2024-2025 school year. Visit our admissions page to learn more. Feel free to reach out by voice or email, and we will get back to you when we return. Have a great summer!

Celebrating 25 Years

Please join us in our year-long celebration of our 25th Anniversary! Help us find our alumnae, community supporters and friends! More details coming soon

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We are hiring!

Full-time middle-school math teacher

2024-2025 School Year

This position is for a core faculty member in a wonderful teaching environment with passionate colleagues, supportive administration, and curious, dedicated students.   Looking for a team player, problem solver, and creative thinker to serve a small number of students exceptionally well.  Applicant must have passion for teaching math. Elementary experience is desirable; previous teaching experience required. 

Must be available to observe and train during the 23-24 school year.

Compensation based on teaching experience.

Please send letter of interest and resume to Program Director.

Part-time, middle school Spanish teacher.

2024-2025 School Year

French and/or Latin also desirable.  Teaching experience required. Must have passion for teaching foreign language. A strong personal connection to Spanish-speaking culture(s) is desirable. 

Wonderful teaching environment with passionate co-teachers, supportive administration, and curious, dedicated students.

Compensation based on experience. Weekly schedule can be somewhat flexible with other part time work.

Please send letter of interest and resume to Program Director.

What Sets Us Apart

We are a supportive environment: teachers actively discourage social and academic competition.

We foster independence: Students learn through natural and logical consequences to become self-reliant and responsible for their own materials, actions and words.

Our students become confident communicators: students learn how to ask questions, how to ask for help, and how to self-advocate.

Our graduates are prepared for high school and beyond: Our graduates are able to easily navigate the academically and socially complex worlds of high school and college

6,7,8

Grades

12-17

Students Per Grade

9.0

Acre Environmental Science Field Site

1:5

Faculty:Student Ratio

23

Years in Operation

35%

Students Receive
Financial Aid

Breadth of education at the Santa Fe Girls' School

In addition to rigorous academics and innovative art programs, Santa Fe Girls’ School students have unique experiences that broaden and deepen their transformation into young adults:

Project Preserve

Project PRESERVE is the outdoor classroom of our environmental science program. Our PRESERVE program is the only three-year, standards-based, middle school curriculum focused on the Santa Fe River.

Roundhouse Advocacy

Each year, our eighth-grade students choose a bill to advocate for in the state legislature after studying US History and reading the Constitution. Students prepare written and oral arguments and then visit the Round House to deliver letters and speak before committees and the House Floor. Through this process, our students have often been instrumental to passing or preventing NM legislation.

Camping

Class camping trips allow students to build confidence, learn to do practical things for themselves, problem solve and deepen their social engagement and teamwork. Camping trips are linked to academic subjects like history, science and art.

Self-Defense

Since 2005, the Girls’ School has partnered with Resolve to provide trauma-informed, experiential, age-appropriate self-defense training to our students. Through this partnership, our students become empowered to prevent and stop violence in their lives.

How you help

Many thanks to the following major donors from July ’22 through June ’23:

  • Anonymous Donors
  • Arsenault Foundation
  • Bob Carver Charitable Trust
  • Liberty Ranch Infinite Possibilities Fund
  • Bruce Miller
  • Aaron Stern in honor of Francesca Konold-Stern (’21)
  • Still Point Fund

Alumnae

Our graduates are lawyers, educational leaders, world travelers, scientists, environmental and social policy advocates, artists, health care professionals, mothers, and so much more. They are women who pass their own strengths and knowledge on to their communities; they are changemakers and they are the future!

Alumnae

Our graduates are lawyers, educational leaders, world travelers, scientists, environmental and social policy advocates, artists, health care professionals, mothers, and so much more. They are women who pass their own strengths and knowledge on to their communities; they are changemakers and they are the future!

Admissions Open House – RSVP

The Santa Fe Girls’ School invites you to discover the advantages of a small, all-girls middle school that guides girls during this vulnerable period of development. We provide a culture where girls develop into self-advocating, confident, and academically prepared high school students.

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