Located in Gallup, New Mexico, we are an extremely unique high school serving just 68 students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade. Our school operates in partnership with UNM-Gallup to provide a seamless educational continuum that benefits students as they move from high school to post-secondary school. Our collaboration with UNM-Gallup allows high school youth, particularly home schooled and at-risk youth, an opportunity to be self-directed learners in a supportive environment. We offer our students an enriched curriculum and individualized programs of study based on students’ interests and aptitudes. It is our mission to support the educational goals of our students by easing the transition to higher education and vocational training.
We are located in two portable buildings next to the gym. Please browse our website for more detailed information about who we are and what we offer. We also invite you to look through our parent handbook for more about our policies. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Parents, Students, and Community Members,
Welcome to Middle College High School, located on the campus of UNM-Gallup. Our school may be small in size, but we are deeply dedicated to the 68 students enrolled in our prestigious and challenging program.
Our faculty and staff offer students a challenging core curriculum with an accelerated academic focus in a supportive, structured environment, inspiring in them the belief for a better life and continued academic goals. Our mission is to encourage each student to reach his or her full potential by utilizing self-discipline and affirming self-worth. We set the bar high, and our students always rise to the challenge.
If you ever have questions about our program, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I look forward to the opportunity to serve current and potential families and students.
United States Senator Visits MCHS
We were thrilled to have United States Senator, Jeff Bingaman, visit us at Middle College High School. Senator Bingaman was very interested in our school and in learning why we are so successful. Read more >>>