Community Engagement

Community Engagement Programs

At the heart of Bosque School lies the belief that the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and values through community engagement programs is important. We ask students to find problems in the world they are willing to learn about, understand, and take action to support and help solve. We trust students’ ability to utilize their curiosity and analytical skills to be citizen scientists. We provide renewal opportunities for teachers to give students the best classroom experience possible—through environmental stewardship and research; learning about and solving problems in our community; or leading relevant, challenging, and soulful professional development for teachers in New Mexico. Bosque School is a leader in the exchange of ideas, shifting roles and relationships, and integrating private capital with public and philanthropic support. Bosque programs, such as Service Learning, the Black Institute for Environmental Studies, the Sofia Center for Professional Development, and Horizons Albuquerque, further impact the community. Additionally, Bosque Summer offers children from across the city the opportunity to explore, create, and just have fun during our eight-week summer series for grades 1–12. Please join us in connecting with our community.