Welcome to Bosque School
We're Glad You're Here!
At Bosque School, we provide an exceptional educational experience by reimagining rigor. We foster wellness, diversity, and a strong sense of community while encouraging our students to explore what’s most meaningful to them. We create opportunities for individual growth and believe that each student has unique strengths and talents.
Our students come from all different schools in the greater Albuquerque and Rio Rancho areas, and we welcome you to visit our campus to see what sets Bosque School apart.
Bosque School is an independent, tuition-charging college prep school for students in grades 6 through 12.
We are proud to offer our students academically challenging learning experiences while empowering them to lead lives of intellectual curiosity, personal integrity, and compassionate contribution to a more just world.
Admission to Bosque School is highly competitive. We select students who demonstrate an ability to succeed in a college preparatory environment and who will contribute to our vibrant community, while exploring what’s most meaningful to them. We will support your whole child, the whole time.
Get a Virtual View of Bosque
Go on a video tour guided by one of our students to get a glimpse into the distinct Bosque School experience.
My two sons are having an exceptional experience at Bosque School. Almost daily I hear of a new adventure, experience, or something unique they are learning and studying. Bosque School is providing a deep and well-rounded education of the whole child, and I value their commitment to my child’s academic and social development. I know that at Bosque School my children are truly seen and nurtured.”
Courtney Custer, Bosque School Parent
Applications for the 2024-2025 school year are now open!
Closer Than You Think
Bosque School is located on Albuquerque's Westside—nestled along the beautiful and serene Rio Grande bosque.
Our 42-acre campus is closer than you think, with daily round-trip bus service available to our Northeast Heights and Nob Hill families.