Archuleta School District #50 JT

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Middle School Student Enjoying Hike/Field Trip
Student performers on stage for Mary Poppins muscial
Student dancers performing on stage for Mary Poppins production
Girls High School Basketball Team Statebound
8th Grade Students in Moab, UT
High School Students Cheering at Pep Assembly
6th Grade Student at Sand Dunes National Park
Students Enjoying Pottery Class
Students displaying art project
Elementary students using a hula hoop
Students cross country skiiing
Middle school staff on top of peak
Middle School Girls Pose for Photo after Hike
Hot air balloon touches river near The Springs Resort
8th Grade Students in Moab, UT
8th Grade Students sitting on red rocks in Moab, UT
6th Grade teacher with students at top of peak
Pint hot air balloon near snow capped mountainside.
Middle School boys pose for picture

Welcome to Archuleta School District

Archuleta School District 50 Jt. is renowned for providing students with a strong academic experience in an innovative learning environment while enhancing their appreciation for the arts. Students in Kindergarten through High School can participate in a wide variety of visual and performing arts through the school district and community theater groups.  The district also provides students with outdoor learning experiences in the San Juan Mountains and throughout the Southwest.  During the fall quarter, students have the opportunity to explore the region including a multi-day trip to Moab, Utah.  In the winter, our students enjoy learning to snowshoe and cross country ski. They also learn to downhill ski and snowboard at Wolf Creek Ski Area where they experience the "most snow in Colorado."  Taking advantage of the winter melt, during the springtime, students can be found rafting the San Juan River.  Additional learning experiences include the exploration of Bandelier, Chimney Rock, The Great Sand Dunes, and Mesa Verde National Monuments.

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Job Fair

The first Pagosa Springs High School/Pagosa Springs Chamber Job Fair was a success! Students had an opportunity to meet local business owners who are currently looking for employees.
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5th Annual Growing Together Summit

Please join the San Juan BOCES, Fort Lewis College, the Colorado Rural Schools Alliance and other state and local leaders as we honor our legislators and join forces to increase opportunities for rural students and communities.
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8th Grade Student Gabe Heraty

On Wednesday, April 26th, Pagosa Springs Middle School student, Gabe Heraty utilized his entrepreneurial skills by providing dessert at the Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours get together.
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Awards Night

Time: 7 PM – 9:30 PM
Location: HS Auditorium
May 30

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Our Middle School won the inaugural 2015 Governor’s Award for Healthy Schools competing with 43 other schools for this honor. In 2016, our Elementary School also won a healthy award grant. Our Special Talents teacher, Mary Kurt-Mason was named in People Magazine as “Teacher of the Year”.

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Archuleta At A Glance

sports 3 Academic and Athletic State Champions
diploma 92% Four Year Graduation Rate of Pagosa Springs HS
12 Athletic Programs Offered
56 District Educated Home/Private School Students
extracurricular 6 Yearly Drama/Theater Productions
students 1512 Number of K-12 Students
transcripts 40% Graduates who attend College/University
myschoolbucks $102K Grant Money Spent on After School Activities
56% Teachers with Post-Graduate Degrees
iccampusportal 1355 Square Miles in the District
49:51 Ratio of National Forest to Private Land
23 Average Class Size
requesttrancript 20.4 2016 ACT Score