Welcome to South Valley Academy, Home of the Dragons! -- Principal Search and Staff Applications: Due to technical difficulties with our e-mail server, the SVA Governing Council has extended the Principal Search application deadline to Monday, April 21, 2014. Anyone who has attempted to submit either an SVA job application or resumé via e-mail between March 25th and April 1st will need to resubmit all information. Issues with our e-mail server may have prevented delivery of your application. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please contact our Main Office for further information. -- Congratulations to the Dragons Boys' Varsity Basketball Team, 2014 ACSL Champions! — We are very pleased to announce that SVA has received a Gold medal ranking on U.S. News & World Report's 2013 Best High Schools list and is ranked among the top 500 high schools in the United States. SVA is also ranked second in the state of New Mexico and is the highest ranked APS school on this year's list. Visit our In The News section or click the gold logo below for more information! --


Welcome to South Valley Academy

We are a college-preparatory public charter middle and high school in Albuquerque, NM, serving grades 6 and 9-12. The vision of South Valley Academy was born of its founders’ experience in working with students who could excel in many endeavors—when given the proper learning environment, community support, and access to educational opportunities. School founders, Governing Council members, and the faculty have retained a steadfast commitment to the original vision and have been persistent in pursuing the school’s goals. They planned and implemented an academic program that prepared students for college while simultaneously reinforcing service to address needs of this community. High academics have been achieved through integrated curriculum, supplemented with student-developed personal learning plans for success.  

 


Mission Statement

To prepare young people to become lifelong learners in a small school setting, based on high academic standards for all, individual appreciation for each student and teacher, a culture of trust, respect for the diverse traditions of New Mexico, and involvement of family and community.