Category Archives: College Bound Students

Outstanding Freshman Athlete In The Albuquerque Metro Area

amaya Amaya Brown  Cibola High School

Amaya Brown is in a class of her own when it comes to high school girls basketball in New Mexico. She’s been competing against high school varsity players in AAU basketball since the 6th grade and holding her own while doing so.

Brown  started as a freshman for her high school varsity team this year. The 5’9 SG had a stellar year leading her team to the NM girls basketball 6A title game and defeated La Cueva high school 58-46.

2014-2015 Season Accomplishments

ALL-USA Today New Mexico Girls Basketball 1st Team

NMPREPS.COM 1st Team All-State

6A Title game MVP

1st Team All-state

1st Team All-district

District 1-6A MVP

January 20, 2015 Our office will be closed

January 13, 2015

e-READ. Inc

Dear parents and community,

On January 20, 2015 e-READ will be closed. Staff will be sponsoring an event in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Therefore, e-READ will be closed and all programs will be canceled. Sorry for the inconvenience and short notice. We will start back up on January 21, 2015 to continue our regular schedule for the rest of the week and month of January.

If you have any questions, please call us

(505) 232-3134

e-READ. Inc


NM African American High school seniors graduating in 2015 should apply. Click on link below for more info about this scholarship. 004370 AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY COUNCIL-ALICE HOPPES SCHOLARSHIP APPS

The Alice Faye Kent Hoppes Statewide Essay Scholarship was developed in honor of Alice Faye Kent
Hoppes for graduating seniors of African American decent across the state of New Mexico. The
scholarship is given every other year in February during African American Day at the Legislature by
the African American Legislative Council.

NCAA Eligibility Center News Letter

It is time for college-bound student-athletes to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Who Should Register?  Any current high school sophomore, junior or senior who wishes to participate in collegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II college or university should register.
How Does Registration Work?  Registrants may access the site at .  From the home page, click on “Enter Here” for NCAA college-bound student-athletes, then on the “New Account” link in the upper right corner.  From there, they simply follow the prompts.
What is the High School’s Role?  For your current seniors who have registered, you need to send transcripts to the NCAA Eligibility Center.  You can access your list of registrants on the NCAA Eligibility Center’s High School Portal.  Go to and click on the high school administrator link.  Log in, then click on “Student Reports ” to see what students from your school have registered.  You will want to send transcripts at the end of the year for both juniors and seniors.  Please consider sending an e-transcript rather than a paper transcript, as these are received and processed within 24-48 hours.  Directions and information on e-transcripts are on the Resources tab of the High School Portal.
High schools now have the capability to upload transcripts directly to a student’s account from the High School Portal. It’s free and easy! As with other electronic transcript providers, this process is much quicker than using the U.S. Postal Service or any overnight delivery method. When transcripts are uploaded directly to a student’s account, the NCAA Eligibility Center has near real time access to the transcript! For instructions on how to use this new process, follow the tutorial here.
The NCAA Eligibility Center needs your help! Our staff is conducting preliminary academic evaluations on 2015 graduates much earlier than years past, but the NCAA Eligibility Center cannot complete evaluations without transcripts.
Why the change?  NCAA colleges and universities have asked for earlier academic evaluations of college-bound student-athletes whom they are actively recruiting.  These earlier evaluations will assist the NCAA Eligibility Center in identifying potential issues with individual cases, and drive outbound, proactive efforts to address concerns throughout the academic year, rather than last-minute emergencies during the summer months.
What do we need from you?  As you know, the NCAA Eligibility Center cannot do the preliminary evaluations without the required transcripts and test scores.  We need your assistance in submitting information for your college-bound student-athletes.
  1. Please submit official six-semester transcripts to the NCAA Eligibility Center.These transcripts can be sent via U.S. mail, or the preferred method is through one of the approved e-transcript providers. The U.S. mail and overnight delivery addresses are below.  Sending transcripts through the mail may take additional processing time. However, e-transcripts are processed within 24-48 hours of receipt.Those providers include:
  2. The NCAA Eligibility Center also asks that you remind your student-athletes to have their SAT and/or ACT scores sent to the NCAA Eligibility Center by entering the code ‘9999’ on the test registration form.  All test scores must be sent directly from the testing agency, as test scores reported on the high school transcript will not be accepted.
Assisting the NCAA Eligibility Center in these efforts will aid in providing a clearer snapshot of where your student-athletes stand after six academic semesters.  Thank you in advance for your assistance in helping the NCAA Eligibility Center implement this new service model!
Mailing Address:
NCAA Eligibility Center Certification Processing
P.O. Box 7136
Indianapolis, Indiana 46207-7136
Shipping/Overnight Address:
NCAA Eligibility Center
1802 Alonzo Watford Sr. Drive
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
In order for college-bound student-athletes academic certification to be processed, they must have test scores submitted to the NCAA Eligibility Center directly from the testing agency.  Click  here for step-by-step instructions on how they can have their test scores sent.
Test scores on a high school transcript will not be used. Students may take the ACT or the SAT an unlimited number of times prior to full-time collegiate enrollment, and the best score will be used in the final academic certification.  Test scores are matched to the student’s NCAA Eligibility Center account by name, date of birth and address.
It is important to note that if the NCAA Eligibility Center does not receive a student’s test scores, the student’s account will not be evaluated, which means that the student may not be able to receive athletics scholarships.
Did you miss our school counseling training webinar? Now you can view “ Understanding the NCAA Process” on CollegeWeekLive and receive one (1) contact hour towards professional development. Hosted by Jessi Hilger, counselors can learn NCAA eligibility basics and terminology. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a newbie, “ Understanding the NCAA Process ” covers what all school counselors and coaches need to know about helping college-bound student-athletes. If you have already signed up with CollegeWeekLive, simply login here to view the presentation.

Undergraduate Health Sciences Enrichment Program at UNM

2014 UHSEP Application Link

The Undergraduate Health Science Enrichment Program (UHSEP) is a six-week academically rigorous, residential program at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Health Sciences Center (HSC) that provides an academic learning environment for entering college freshman who are interested in a career as a health care professional. UHSEP was designed to meet the needs of New Mexico by educating youth to become competitive applicants to enter health professional schools. The program will challenge students with a rigorous curriculum in academic, social, and developmental support. UHSEP students are expected to approach the experience with a commitment toward scholarship and career exploration.

The UHSEP begins on June 16th and ends on July 25th, 2014. Mandatory orientation and dorm check-in has been scheduled for June 14th, 2013. Application deadline has been extended to 5:00PM June 6, 2014, May, 2014.

What does UHSEP offer?

  • Over 100 hours of math, science, and language instruction
  • Individual tutoring to support instruction
  • Presentations from UNM Health Science Center and community health professionals
  • Clinical experience
  • Ride-along with Albuquerque Fire Department
  • First Response instruction
  • College preparation
  • Research project
  • Service Learning
  • Tours of the health care teaching facilities at the UNM Health Science Center
  • Housing at the UNM Main Campus Dorms
  • Cultural competency training
  • Stipends

Student Expectations


  • Commit to the full six-week program plus one-day orientation and are required to live on the UNM campus
  • Participants may not bring their own vehicles
  • Comply with campus policies regarding conduct, academic honesty, and lawful behavior
  • Upon acceptance into UHSEP, participants must to submit proof of their post-secondary college acceptance and immunization records with current TB test
  • UHSEP was designed to meet the needs of New Mexico by educating and inspiring our incoming college freshman to pursue a career in the health field in our state. In order to meet this goal, the Office of Diversity would like remain in contact with our participants beyond our summer program.


Student Eligibility

  • New Mexico Resident
  • Interested in pursuing a health career
  • Minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale
  • Current seniors/Recent high school graduate/GED recipients entering post-secondary college

Questions regarding the application or program details can be directed to or by calling toll free 1-866-494-0064 or 505-272-2728.