Aztec Municipal Schools serves about 2,700 students and has 180 teachers.  We have six schools:

Aztec Municipal Schools continually promote learning and leadership at all grade levels.

Many of our high school student athletes go on to compete at the college level. Aztec High School (AHS) had the state championship softball team in 2017, state championship wrestling teams in 2018 and 2019 and district championship girls and boys soccer teams. The KMS girls’ track team were Basin champions in 2017, and the KMS was third in the Basin in 2018.

One of our graduates, Michael Weakhee, has been the acting director of Indian Health Services for the last two years and is expected to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the official department director.

Our high school and middle school have award-winning student councils. Koogler Middle School had the first place team in the District’s Science Olympiad in 2019. The Math Counts team won first place in 2019, third place in 2018 and second place in 2017. Aztec High Student Council has received the Platinum Student Council of the Year Award the past 14 years.   Aztec High students host student leadership conferences, homecoming activities, prom, student and teacher appreciation events, service learning and community projects and numerous other activities.

Our elementary schools offer special programs such as after-school tutoring. A third-grader won first place in the National Johnson O’Malley Conference Art contest. McCoy Elementary School offers after-school tutoring and a third grade teacher is a past Golden Apple Teacher award winner.