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SODA Prom highlights – Congrats to our Prom Court 2018!

SODA Competition team has done it again! Numerous awards and top placement at Starquest 2018. Great job SODA dancers!

Mr. Starquest

Hunter Crain


Amber Artiaga-Top Score- Hip Hop- Gold

Hunter Crain- Top Score- Contemporary- High Gold


Amber Artiaga, Ariana Monge, Hunter Crain- Tap Top Score 4th, Cutest Trio, Gold

Azia Berri, Shaelyn Powell, Cheyenne McNiel-Lyrical, Top Score 4th, Most Heartwarming Theme, Gold

Junior Large Group

Tap- Top Score 3rd, Best Costume, High Gold

Large Group

Varsity Tap- Top Score 2nd, Most Creative Concept, Platinum

Varsity lyrical- Top Score 3rd, High Gold

Junior Varsity Tap- Top Score 5th, Gold

Junior Varsity lyrical-Top Score 4th, High Gold

Partnering Awards

Odyssey Award

Top Tap Award

Complex staging

Studio Awards

Circle of excellence Award

Valencia County Charter School wins big at VEX Robotic Competition.

Los Lunas, NM: School of Dreams Academy Robotics does it not once but TWICE! This is the second year in a row that SODA has earned their invitation to the WORLD VEX ROBOTIC COMPETITION. However, this year SODA qualified not only one but TWO teams to have this prestigious honor.

School of Dreams Academy Robotics to WORLDS | SCHWAN’S CARES™ School Fundraiser – please support our hard working teams towards Worlds Competition in Kentucky! https://www.schwans-cares.com/campaigns/37001-school-of-dreams-academy-robotics-to-worlds

Tournament Champions:  Damian Flynn, Aidan Garcia, and Mia Jojola and our Excellence Award Champions Korbyn Pemble, Christian Flynn, Sebastian Saenz and Ashley Lopez. World Vex Robotics will be taking place in Louisville, Kentucky April 25-28th.  Teams have been working together for several years, practicing many hours on end.   With such a quick turnaround, fundraising starts immediately and teams are in full swing raising funds and support.  If interested please contact Shannon Watling, Robotics instructor at the School of Dreams Academy, or donations can be made at https://www.gofundme.com/soda-robotics-world-competition  Congratulations to all teams that worked hard and skilled through each of the matches while robots tested your patience and time flew by.


Hard work pays off! The School of Dreams Academy Robotics Team wins regional competition. Not only were they the tournament champs, but took home top ranks as they ALL made it to the semifinals! The huge accomplishment that I’m boasting about tonight is that even though they competed against each other they supported each other as a TEAM! This is a hard lesson for adults and even harder for teens but they made their coach very proud. Parents, teachers, admin, friends and sponsors thank you for your endless support and for cheering loud in our fan section. We will see you at STATE! Congratulations Robotics Team and Coach Shannon Watling!







Eight students from School of Dreams Academy were selected by audition to participate in the NM Music Educators Association All State Festival, held at UNM January 10-13, 2018. These students were among the 72 best high school guitarists in the state chosen for this event, which involved rehearsals Wednesday evening, all day Thursday and Friday, and a concert performance, for an audience of over 1,000 people, on Saturday in Popejoy Hall. This year’s guest conductor was Travis Marcum, from Austin Classical Guitar in Texas, a nationally recognized organization dedicated to guitar and music education. The eight students are Tristan Aragon, Tyler Blair, Nicholas Candelaria, Christina Martinez, Veronica Montez, Christian Pino, Jay Relaford, and Sara Roybal.

Canteen Food Service:
Reduced lunch is .40 and regular price is $3.00. Check payments can be made out to School of Dreams Academy, attention Eric Brown through Food Services.
Adults/non-students lunch price is $3.25. May Menu

Student character follows the Spartan Code modeled after School of Dreams Academy’s Vision and Mission Statement.

As a parent, you want the best academic environment for your child. Our charter school offers a great academic opportunity for your Pre-K,
Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd graders, as well as, middle school through high school age students. Students will build essential life skills.

  • STEAM model of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (Grades Pre K through 2nd, and 7 through 12).
  • Early College High School, one of the few in the Albuquerque Metro area, enabling high school students to graduate with an Associate degree or higher.




Upcoming Events & Announcements

  • Half Day Schedule/Snow Day schedule

    Click here to see schedule

  • Robotics

    Robotics will be meeting every Tuesday from 2:30-6pm, Instructor, Shannon Watling.

  • After-School

    Elementary After-School Dance program Tuesday 4:30- 6:30 Call Instructor, Roseanne McNeil at 259-6520, for further info


    FFA SODA Chapter will be meeting the first Tuesday of every month at 2:30.

Next Governing council Meeting: May 1st at 5:30pm.
  • STEAM Night will be Friday, April 20th from 5:00-6:30 PM. We will also be having the science fair as well. Attendance is important because students will be presenting their projects as part of their course requirements. There will be a scavenger hunt with a drawing for prizes. Ms. Hajner will also be hosting the annual plant sale that evening.
 SODA Cafeteria Menu May 2018May Menu
The vision of SCHOOL of DREAMS ACADEMY is to stand as the Rio Grande Valley’s pillar of student achievement, character and success.
The mission of the SCHOOL of DREAMS ACADEMY is to graduate students of the Rio Grande Valley who embrace an education that emphasizes science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) while focusing on developing well-rounded individuals with good character ready for post-secondary success.
 The SODA PTC will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair the week of April 9th – April 16th on the SODA campus. Please look for more information in the flyer sent home with your student. Books can also be purchased online at http://www.scholastic.com/bf/schoolofdreamsacademy1 . Additionally, the SODA PTC will have their general membership meeting on April 9th at 6pm in Ms. Duran’s classroom. Hope to see you there!
  • STEAM Night will be Friday, April 20th from 5:00-6:30 PM. We will also be having the science fair as well. Attendance is important because students will be presenting their projects as part of their course requirements. There will be a scavenger hunt with a drawing for prizes. Ms. Hajner will also be hosting the annual plant sale that evening.
  • Guitar Concert Date Change to Monday, May 14th at 6pm. Performers need to be there by 5:30pm. Calvary Chapel New Harvest in Los Lunas.
School of Dreams Academy is offering screenings and evaluations to preschool-aged children between three to five years of age who may have a delay in one or more of the following areas: cognition, hearing, speech, language, self-help motor skills, social-emotional and/or vision. Any parent/guardian who may have concerns regarding their child’s development may call 505-866-7632 to make an appointment for screening. If a child fails the screening in one or more areas, the Child Find Team will schedule a comprehensive assessment. Please call to schedule an appointment, 866-7632.

Call Us: 505-866-7632