What We Do
Siembra Leadership High School is dedicated to inspiring students through entrepreneurship, innovation, and learning by doing. Located in Downtown Albuquerque, Siembra is a free, entrepreneurship-focused, public charter high school that gives students access to relevant real-world projects through hands-on, exciting learning every single day.
Our students will have the opportunity to start their own business or non-profit while they prepare for college.
As the only entrepreneurship-focused high school in New Mexico, Siembra Leadership combines passionate and innovative educators, high-growth employers, and local entrepreneurs to offer innovative, real-world learning that prepares students for the future. Siembra Leadership students develop 21st century skills, and an entrepreneurial mindset, that prepares them for success in college and their career. Students and families benefit from 360-degree support to ensure students can focus on hands-on, rigorous learning each day.
What Makes Us Different
Siembra recognizes opportunity in every student. Students receive support at all levels – academically, mentally and physically. Our school provides a fun and challenging education that is tuned into the lives of students and their individual needs.
Learning by Doing
Creativity and imagination are at the core of innovation. Siembra encourages students to think outside the box, explore, and pursue their passions. Siembra’s network of employers and entrepreneurs empower students to feel safe to take creative risks, work as a team, solve real-world problems, and test the limits of their imagination.
Entrepreneurship is about identifying problems and finding solutions that contribute to improving our lives and communities. Siembra students will work with the local community, making a positive impact on the people around them, creating a strong future for Albuquerque.
In The News
AS SEEN IN THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL
“[Siembra] was developed with input from local industry partners, who described the skills needed to succeed in their careers and helped think of ways to incorporate them into curriculum.”