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The English Expo competition scheduled for this weekend has been postponed. It has been rescheduled for May 9th at La Cueva High School. Further information will be posted at www.nmira.org.
The deadline for registration/payment for the April Regional Project Heart Start trainings for NMAA coaches is Monday, March 2nd. Complete information about this low cost CPR/AED training is available here.
At only 5’10”, senior Antonio Gallegos stands above every one of his Questa basketball teammates. Despite being the tallest player for the Wildcats, Gallegos has faced and continues to face some much taller challenges off the court. Read more...
The NMAA is pleased to announce that Dave Barney, long time boys and girls swim coach at Albuquerque Academy, will be inducted into the prestigious National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana on July 2, 2015.
Coach Barney has been involved in interscholastic coaching since 1961, including the past 40 years as girls swim coach and the past 33 years as boys swim coach at Albuquerque Academy. Coach Barney has led his Charger swimmers to 35 NMAA state titles (19 boys, 16 girls).
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A Student must be enrolled in at least 51% of the member school’s regular class schedule in courses that will be counted towards his/her graduation and in regular attendance during the current as well as the previous grading period. NMAA bylaw 6.2.1.A