February 9-11, 2023
“Let Your Leadership SOAR”

Hosted by Volcano Vista High School
8100 Rainbow Blvd NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114

 Students: $85/ea
 Advisors: $45/ea

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Would you like to run for a position on the NMASC Executive Board? Complete this application by December 7.

For 2023: Just One Registration*

Online registration closes at midnight on November 30. The postmark deadline for payment is December 16. Advisors must register their school’s delegation; students may not register on their own.

$85/student and $45/adult

*In previous years there were early bird and regular registration options based on date. This year there is only one option.
Forms & Documents
Why attend the state conference?
  • Intrastate networking/new connections
  • Build leadership skills
  • Share ideas
  • Improve your Council
  • Advisor professional development
  • Get inspired by national speakers
  • Recharge your batteries
  • Campaign for state office/elect new state officers
  • Showcase your school pride
  • Because it’s in-person!
Is your school interested in hosting a future NMASC state conference?

We are considering State Conference bids for 2025 and interest for 2026. Download the School Process to Bid a NMASC State Conference.

Volcano Vista HS main entrance
About Volcano Vista High School

Volcano Vista High School, Albuquerque Public Schools’ twelfth comprehensive high school, was established in 2007, opening its doors to only the Freshman class who would become the first graduating class 2011!  Today, with an enrollment of nearly 2,300 students, it is one of the largest APS high schools, located on Albuquerque’s far west mesa.  The Home of the Hawks – specifically the Redtail Hawk – proudly show their school spirit in their colors black, white and platinum!

Volcano Vista was so named because of their spectacular view of the Three Sisters volcanoes on the mesa just to the west of the school (part of the Petroglyph National Monument).  The volcanoes are regarded as a living reminder of a cultural heritage based on powerful spiritual ties to the Earth.  The volcano theme is prevalent through the school.  Our general sessions will be in the Ring of Fire Gymnasium; Advisor Hospitality is in The Caldera; and other facilities that we will occupy during the conference are named after volcanoes!  

The design of VVHS was recognized by Architectural Digest as one of the “most beautiful public high schools” in America—in addition to receiving local architectural awards! 

Volcano Vista HS main gym
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