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APS School Choice Fair is Thursday

Albuquerque Public Schools will host its annual School Choice Fair from 4:30-7 p.m. Thursday at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

Students and families are encouraged to attend the fair to learn more about what APS has to offer.

Representatives from many of our elementary, middle and high schools as well as magnet and charter schools will be on hand to provide more information and answer questions.

“I’d like to extend an invitation to anyone with a school-age child, or just an interest in public education, to come by and visit with representatives from our schools,” said APS Superintendent Raquel Reedy. “Find out what we have to offer. You might be surprised.”

Entertainment will be provided by local school groups, and concessions will be available for purchase.

APS will begin taking school transfer request for the 2018-19 school year on Jan. 1.

The fair will feature many APS neighborhood and magnet schools, including those that focus on:

♦ STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math)

♦ Rigorous College Prep

♦ Online Learning

♦ Multiple Paths to Graduation

♦ College Credit in High School

♦ Career Awareness & Readiness

♦ Project-Based Learning

♦ Technology

♦ Dual Language

♦ Family School

♦ Fine Arts

♦ APS Charter Schools

Limited free parking is available to fair visitors in the Convention Center garage and concessions will be for sale.

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