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Market high school

Market high school

It's that time of year to consider your student's next steps!
Final Admissions Open House of 2022

Middle School Open House 
Sunday, November 13 at 2:30
Take a tour of our spaces, talk with students, parents and staff, have your questions answered.

Welcome to Camino de Paz! 

What?! Haven't ordered your pie yet? Not much time left!

To order your pie right now:

1.  Determine the number and type of pies you want to order:

    $18: Wheat crust pie    $20: Gluten free crust     $21: Gluten free, vegan crust

2. Total your order.

3. Click on the yellow DONATE button at the top right of this page.

2. Use Paypal or  your own credit card to pay for the pies.

3. In the box that says "Write note" enter the number and type of pies you want.

4. Charge your card​.

5.  Fill in the rest of the form as usual. Remember to include contact info so we  arrange day, time and place of your pie pickup.

Felix Lily Sam in field.jpg

During these critical years of rapid physical, emotional and social changes, these young adults need an environment in which they can engage their intellect, spirit, hands and bodies.


Camino de Paz Secondary School’s curriculum is fully integrated with the activities of Camino de Paz's school and farm. Both provide an environment in which students are able to:​

Improve academic achievement through

hands-on, experiential learning;

Camino de Paz provides a healthy and relevant   alternative to screen learning.

We  are currently enrolling grades 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 for
the 2023-2024  school year.

High School Location
502 W. Cordova, Ste C
Santa Fe, NM

Middle School Campus
1 Camino de Paz
Santa Cruz, NM

Please see Admissions
under Our School


Camino de Paz Montessori Secondary School and Farm is a land-based, academic community currently serving grades 7-12. Our mission is to support adolescents as emerging adults with pathways to meaningful work and real-world engagement as they develop skills, perspectives, and competencies that prepare them to address contemporary local and global challenges.


We challenge each learner academically, socially and spiritually through inquiry-based scholarship, creative expression, and manual work that incorporate values of cultural diversity and preservation, local economies, service and social justice.​

Based on Maria Montessori’s Erdkinder philosophy, we are dedicated to meeting the specific developmental needs of the young adolescent.  

Learn more about our daily activities with this video that the Spanish class students prepared for you!

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