Bosque School students distinguish themselves from their counterparts during the college admissions journey not only because of their excellent academic skills but also because they present themselves as confident learners and leaders who have found their voice, passions, and intrinsic motivation.
Our rigorous academic program offers an unparalleled learning experience that transcends mere standardized tests and AP scores and allows our students to stand out among their peers. They write college application essays about passions developed through immersive education and service projects they were involved in; they present letters of recommendation from field scientists they collaborated with during their comprehensive senior capstone project; they describe the empathy gained through the care of others as medical first responders; they demonstrate the skill and confidence earned from composing substantial 20+ page thesis capstone papers; they possess a well-developed voice fostered by an education that emphasizes inquiry and the practical application of knowledge, extending far beyond the core curriculum; they understand the crucial role they play as valued members of their communities and the larger roles they will take on as they become contributing members of society. Our students don’t just survive their education, they thrive throughout middle and high school — and colleges take notice.
Recent Bosque School Student Accomplishments
The class of 2023 earned more than $12.9 million in merit scholarships to colleges and universities worldwide.
Three students from the class of 2023 earned Davis New Mexico Scholarships.
Students medaled at the State Science Olympiad competition.
Student musicians have performed at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice, the NMMEA All-State Festival, and the Saulkrasti Jazz Festival in Prague.
Our robotics team qualified and competed in the world championships.
Our students are two-time winners of the Congressional App Challenge.
Students were honored as New Mexico Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy for a service project.
Students scored highly at some of the most difficult levels in the UNM/PNM Math Competition.
A junior represented New Mexico at the National Poetry Outloud contest in Washington, D.C.
Students represented New Mexico in the Model International Criminal Courts in Poland.
A senior was named the Prudential Spirit of Community honoree and represented New Mexico at the national awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.
A senior won the Albuquerque Youth Symphony Concerto Competition.