Since its founding in 1994, Bosque School has relied on the generosity of community members and charitable foundations in the pursuit of a Challenging Education. Our founder, Peggie Ann Findlay, and founding partners created a school from a grassroots effort to provide an independent school option in Albuquerque that gives students the tools they need to succeed. Their vision and personal commitment to building Bosque School laid a foundation for what we are today. Over time, community members have stepped up to the plate with a shared vision - the belief that challenging students with a curriculum that embodies critical thinking and inquiry belongs at the heart of all learning.
We are grateful for the continued support of our parents, alumni, grandparents, parents of alumni, faculty, staff, trustees and friends. Through personal commitments since its inception, Bosque has grown from a school of 94 students in rented space to 500 students on a beautiful 45-acre campus along the Rio Grande.
With growth comes the need to expand and improve our campus and programs. The Development Office and Administration is dedicated to supporting this mission by nurturing lifelong relationships with our alumni and families, securing financial resources through the Bosque School Annual Fund, the Capital Campaign, and Challenging Champions to make our school the best experience for all students.