The mission of Middle College High School is to provide an innovative and high-quality individualized learning environment for a distinct set of students.

 

Our School operates in partnership with UNM-Gallup to provide a seamless educational continuum that benefits students as they move from high school to their post-secondary goals. 

MCHS seeks to increase student involvement in postsecondary education with an emphasis on serving students of diverse backgrounds who are normally underrepresented at the local, regional, and national levels.

Mission of Middle College High School
Governing Council Members

PRESIDENT:                Dr. Betty Sutliff

                                              bbsdc_onboard@yahoo.com

VICE PRESIDENT:               Ms. Lisa Bracken

                                              la_bracken@yahoo.com

SECRETARY/TREASURER:   Ms. Monica Yazzie

                                              monicayazzie@yahoo.com

MEMBER:                   Dr. Matthew Mingus   

                                               mmingus@unm.edu

MEMBER:                   Mr. Olin Kieyoomia                                      okieyoomia@yahoo.com

  • To provide High Quality, Learner-Centered Education

  • To provide effective and efficient services to all students

  • To provide educated and skilled workforce enhancing Gallup's economic development

School's Goals
School's Equity Council

MCHS is proud to announce the following members to the school’s equity council:

 

Felisha Adams

Michael Cunanan

Robert Hunter

Olin Kieyoomia

Monica Yazzie

Council members are nominated by the school’s leadership team.  Each member brings a record of public service and skilled leadership in alignment with the school’s mission to increase student involvement in postsecondary education with an emphasis on serving students of diverse backgrounds who are normally underrepresented at the local, regional, and national levels.

 

For general inquiries about membership, meetings, or related activities, please contact the school’s administrative office at 505-722-9944.