Built upon Christian tradition, Menaul School cultivates a sense of community based on responsible citizenship, community and environmental stewardship along with exploration and understanding of all cultures and traditions. Our college preparatory curriculum is designed to build the critical skills necessary for university studies. With individualized attention and definite direction, Menaul School challenges students (grades 6th - 12th) academically and develops their intellectual curiosity, ethical sense, and critical-thinking individuals. From dramatic plays to plot analysis, magnets to molecular theory, simple addition to algebraic calculations, basic computer skills to advanced networking, Menaul School's carefully crafted curriculum advances in complexity as students master skills and mature in intellectual sophistication. Menaul School is accredited by the Independent Schools of the Southwest (ISAS) and the State of New Mexico.
Menaul School was founded in 1896 by the Presbyterian Church as a boarding school to primarily serve Spanish-speaking boys. Today, Menaul School is a co-ed, faith-based, college preparatory day and boarding school serving students grades 6-12. More than 85% of the students self-identify as belonging to a racial-ethnic group. In addition, Menaul School serves children and their families of all incomes, providing over $1.3 million in financial assistance last year.
In mind, body and spirit, Menaul School’s mission is to prepare students to succeed. As an independent school, Menaul School is known for producing leaders in our community with a reputation for excellent values, ethics, and moral character.
301 Menaul Boulevard NE