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History of LLMS
historic brick building with vintage cars

Starting in 1912, a four room brick building was built to support the gradually growing population of Los Lunas Schools. Enrollment increased rapidly after this, causing the need for two more classrooms to be added to the brick school building and a teacher was hired for each of the first eight grades. Enrollment for the high school was 150 students and 240 students in the grade school.

brick building

In 1935, 13 students graduated from the high school and 22 from the grade school. Currently, Los Lunas Middle School has an enrollment of 730 students and a total number of 38 teachers.

In the past few years, Los Lunas Middle School underwent a facelift in the form of renovations to each classroom and pod in the school. Each classroom received new carpet, cabinets, and a fresh paint job. The renovations also included becoming ADA compliant and a new commons area, complete with a new football field on the east side of the school grounds.

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