At Menaul School, a grades 6-12 faith-informed private school in Albuquerque, New Mexico, we provide individualized attention in a rigorous academic environment. Each student develops their uniqueness, while expanding awareness of the world.

See the difference a World Smart education makes at the most diverse private school in Albuquerque.

In this video, Menaul School students, faculty, and parents talk about their experiences.

What’s Best for the Students–High Challenge, High Support

Learn how our community and academic programs challenge and nurture your student to find their place in the world. Read about our academic programs.

Visitors and parents tell us that our faculty are warm, friendly, caring, and inspired. Read about our staff and faculty in their own words by visiting our staff and faculty pages.

195
Students
21
Countries Represented
100%
College Acceptance Rate
60%
Families Participating
in the Individualized
Tuition Program
125+ years
of Educating
#1
Best Christian High School
in New Mexico (niche.com)
2.5 million
Amount of scholarship the graduating
class typically is awarded.
SAT Standouts
Students score above average.
66th percentile in math,
including scores between 1490-1510.
Over 4,500 Hours
Amount of service learning
and community service
Menaul students complete
in a typical year.

“Menaul supports students’ academic success by nurturing the whole child – mind, body, and spirit. Our small class sizes allow for deep diving into topics and curriculum where students feel safe expressing themselves and taking risks to further their learning.”

Kate Roesler, Middle School & Upper School English/ESL teacher



Menaul School is accredited by the Cognia and the State of New Mexico.

Menaul School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

In 2018, the 223rd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) voted to affirm its commitment to the full welcome, acceptance, and inclusion of transgender people, people who identify as gender non-binary, and people of all gender identities within the full life of the church and the world.