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Tutoring Opportunities

AHS LIFT at Library

Tuesday - Friday 7:30-8:30am

ENLANCE at Family Center

Virtual & In Person: Tuesday-Friday 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Join Remotely on Google Meet


Monday-Thursday 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Dial-a-teacher is a friendly and free homework help service.
Just dial (505) 344-3571 or email:


Virtual Tutoring

TLCc Tutoring at CNM

Virtual & In-person options - Just show them your AHS ID!

  • Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: (505) 244-4306 or Visit the CNM Tutoring website
Location: Main Campus, Student Resource Center, Room 203

You can also call and schedule an appointment! You can also email writing assignments and receive feedback within 48 hours!


It is important that each student creates a Parchment account. This is the account where you will order official transcripts to be sent to colleges/universities, employers, scholarship committees, summer programs, etc. Make sure to write down your log in information! Visit the website to create a Parchment Account.

Your transcript is a legal document. It is the student's responsibility to make sure it is correct. On your transcript, you will see the classes you take each semester, the credits you received each semester, your graduation requirements, and your grade point average. 

  • It is highly recommended that you review your transcript after each semester to make sure it is accurate. 
  • If you have any questions about your transcript, you can contact the registrar, Mariah Fernandez, who is responsible for updating transcripts.

Didn't Pass a Class?

It happened. You failed a class, and now have to figure out the best way to recover the credit.  We have options for you to recover your credits. Meet with your AHS school counselor to make a plan. Here are some recovery options:

  1. eCademy
  2. APS Summer School
  3. After School Recovery Classes

Option 1: eCademy

eCademy, is an online recovery program where students independently work on their own to recover credits. The cost of recovering a course is $25.00 per semester.  

  • eCADEMY classes are not “at your own pace.” Students must work a minimum of one hour per day and are encouraged to work ahead, but students who fall behind may put themselves in danger of being dropped from the class or failing the class.
  • Students will complete their work remotely and complete their finals in person.
  • Attendance is very important at eCADEMY. A student who does not log in to their courses after TEN (10) consecutive days will be dropped from that class.
  • Students may register for a maximum of TWO (2) classes at a time. If students complete their classes before eCADEMY’s Registration deadline, the student may speak to their counselor to request additional courses.
  • Students may not concurrently register for both semesters of the same math or science class. (i.e. Students may not concurrently register for Semester 1 and 2 of Algebra 1.)
  • Students are strongly discouraged from concurrently registering for both semesters of all other classes, such as History or English.

Option 2: APS Summer School

Summer School has both face to face recovery options and online recovery options.  Pre-registration for summer typically takes place in April. 

Option 3: After School Recovery Classes

Talk with your school counselor to learn about the courses available - they vary by semester.

APS Graduation Requirements

Courses Credits
English 4
Math 4
Science 3
NM History 0.5
Government 0.5
Economics 0.5
US History 1
World History 1
Health 0.5
P.E. 1
Career Requirement 1
Electives 8
Total 25


  • Must have 1 Dual/AP or Honors
  • Students should have an online transcript review form in their google drive