The mission of Archuleta School District 50 JT is to empower students and staff to achieve personal and academic successes in a safe and appropriate learning environment while providing them with the tools to effectively navigate the 21st century.
In Archuleta School District, we believe in educating the Whole Student through various academic programs and services to meet our students' diverse needs and interests. We offer innovative schools with a full range of curricula complemented by visual and performing arts, career and technical education, and real-time and online electives that provide a wide variety of options for students at the secondary level. Additionally, Pagosa Family School provides elective programs in art, Spanish and choral music for home and private school students during the school day and Spanish and choral music after school for public school students. Recognizing the need to address the learning needs of all students, Archuleta School District, in partnership with eight school districts, formed the Southwest Colorado eSchool. All schools have excellent programs that support students who need additional support and a program for gifted students at all levels.
Students at Pagosa Springs Middle and High Schools can participate in various athletics. Pagosa Springs Middle School students can participate in football, volleyball, cross country, basketball, soccer, track, and wrestling. Pagosa Springs High School offers the following competitive sports: football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, golf, cross country, track, soccer, wrestling, and cheerleading.
Interesting Facts about Archuleta School District
- Archuleta School District is comprised of 3 campuses and 5 schools. Pagosa Springs Elementary School serves students from kindergarten through fourth grade. Pagosa Springs Middle School serves students from fifth through eighth grades. Pagosa Springs High School serves students from ninth through twelfth grade. Pagosa Family School serves electives to homeschool and private school students. San Juan Mountain School is an alternative high school and serves students from ninth through twelfth grade.
- Archuleta School District 50 JT was consolidated in 1950 from numerous small school districts throughout Archuleta County. The school district also crosses into the counties of Hinsdale and Mineral.
- The District provides bus service to most areas of the school district which encompasses all of Archuleta County.
- Special education services are provided by the San Juan Board of Collaborative Education Services (BOCES). Services include a full-time psychologist, speech and language specialist, social worker, part-time physical therapist, occupational therapist, and deaf and hard of hearing specialist.
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