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Jared Herrera

Camino de Paz student from 2003-2008.

He spent a week in Middle School at an internship with Santa Fe stone.  After graduating high school, Jared began to work there, eventually becoming a designer of fine stone inlay work. Jared is currently employed at Prosser Forge, a state-of-the-art forging and fabrication producer in Santa Fe, New Mexico.



Stephanie Aragon

Camino de Paz student from 2005-2008.

Stephanie graduated with a degree in business from Northern New Mexico College. She now works as a security specialist at Los Alamos National Lab and serves on the Board of Directors of Camino de Paz Montessori Secondary School and Farm.






Kalila Bohsali

Camino de Paz student from 2007-2010. 

Kalila is currently a Ph.D. student in American Literary Studies and teaching instructor within the Department of English at the University of New Mexico. 



Desirae Orr

Camino de Paz student from 2008-2011.

Desirae went to NMSA from Camino de Paz to study theater. Subsequently she graduated from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, studying physics and receiving the prestigious Rayburn Research award for her undergraduate thesis about using gravity to monitor active volcanoes. She is currently working--taking a break from her studies--before returning to graduate school to study climate or hydrology.



Mahalia Bohsali

Camino de Paz student from 2008-2011.

Mahalia is currently a student at UNM, Albuquerque, and works as a medical assistant at MediPlus Disability Evaluations. 






Tui Perrin

Camino de Paz student from 2010-2012.

Tui is currently employed at Sun Scorched Studios as a Composer/Sound Designer/Sound Mixer. He is a graduate of ISART DIGITAL, an international Video Game and 3D-VFX school in Paris, France, where he studied music and sound design for digital media.




Pamela Laventall

Camino de Paz student from 2010-2013.

Pamela is currently enrolled at Northern Arizona State University studying communications and permaculture. Since graduating high school, she has spent summers working as an intern at Los Alamos National Laboratory. 

Leo O'Connell

Camino de Paz student from 2011-2014.

Leo is currently enrolled at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), studying animation and sequential art. Camino de Paz "was my first introduction to hard work that needed completing no matter what. When you're commissioned to make art and meet a deadline, you have to do everything in your power to meet that standard no matter what, even if your process along the way means experimenting or taking risks." 



Justin Sanchez

Camino de Paz student from 2014-2016.

Justin will graduate from St. Michael’s High School in Santa Fe Spring 2020. He plans to pursue veterinary studies, an interest he developed as a Camino de Paz student while working with our farm’s goats, during his time in college.




America Medina

Camino de Paz student from 2012-14 and 2016-18.

America was the first student to graduate high school at Camino de Paz. She is currently enrolled at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), majoring in psychology.

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