Parents Bulletin Board

Employment Opportunities for 2018-2019

Please visit our employment opportunities page for more information and descriptions for the following positions:

Middle School Science Teacher

Middle School Literature Teacher

3rd Grade Teacher

Full Time Social Worker

Tier 3 Math Teacher

Prevention Coordinator (OSAP)

Employment Opportunities



HS Summer School Registration Happening NOW……

Summer School Registration Happening Now for High-school Students Only 25 spots available per AM/PM sessions…….see Ms. Carroll for details or call 505-266-0992 x-1021…..

2018 Summer School Registration Form

Summer School Parent Letter 2018

NACA Youth Summit May 11 – 12


Friday May 11 – Youth Summit at Warehouse 508 (9:30 am – 3:30 pm). Students must register in advance with Advisor or email

Friday May 11 – FREE Youth Poetry Slam at El Chante Casa de Cultura. $100 cash prize for winner. (6 – 9:30 pm)

Saturday May 12 – FREE Cook-a-thon and Community Tabling at NACA Rock Building BREAKFAST AND LUNCH SERVED. (9 – 2 pm)

Saturday May 12 – FREE Youth Dance and Concert at Warehouse 508. Featuring Nizhoni Girls and DJ Gravity. Food Concessions will be sold. (6:30 -9:30 pm)

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High School Science Teacher

The Native American Community Academy (NACA) is seeking a High School science teacher who is eager to inspire students and join a professional, dynamic, and collaborative community. The NACA science team prepares students to fulfill roles in their perspective community by offering a rigorous college and career focus toward STEM pathways.  Our courses are intended to be both college-preparatory and hands-on, integrating problem solving skills with real world applications.

For more information please visit our “Employment Opportunities” page or click the link below for a detailed description……

High School Science Teacher

Employment Opportunities With Native American Community Academy

Native American Community Academy: Seeking a LONG-TERM Substitute Teacher and/or Teacher for MATH across grade-levels. For more information please email contact Also, seeking 3rd Grade Teacher.


We seek a Third Grade Teacher that wants to become founding school team members who are excited to foster and facilitate the intellectual and social development of the children. The chosen candidate is responsible for providing the tools and the environment for students to develop into responsible people and the skills to succeed socially and academically. Teacher will plan, implement and assess lessons and are expected to teach children with patience and creativity. For more information please email contact


The Native American Community Academy (NACA) is a free, public charter school within Albuquerque Public Schools (APS) that integrates culture, wellness, language, community, family, and preparation for college into each child’s education. Our philosophy is grounded in both Native American traditions and a rigorous, modern approach to academics. We require excellence from our students, dedication from our teachers, and commitment from our parents.
Employment at NACA is an amazing opportunity for educators who want to make a difference in an innovative setting. NACA Elementary will be the first of its kind in Albuquerque that ensures our students our secure in their identity, academically prepared, and healthy. Working at NACA means becoming part of a larger community and moving beyond the traditional field of education in a diverse and welcoming setting. Our school aims to develop students who not only excel academically, but who have the opportunity to integrate the school’s core values.

NACA, currently, serves students in grades 6th-12th and NACA Elementary began serving students in Kindergarten and 1st Grade in the Fall of 2016 and we added 2nd grade in the Fall of 2017. Next year, we will add a 3rd grade class to our growing elementary. We will add one grade-level every year until NACA is a full K-12 school. NACA’s student body is diverse with many cultural and ethnic backgrounds represented, including students from more than 37 different tribes. Students of all backgrounds are welcome at NACA.