||“A LEGACY OF EXCELLENCE”
Cimarron Municipal Schools is located in the heart of Colfax County in rural northern New Mexico. The Cimarron High School was established in 1910 with the first class graduating in 1913. Today, the Cimarron Municipal Schools serves three communities; Angel Fire, Eagle Nest and Cimarron. The District covers over 1400 square miles from Vermejo Park to Black Lake.
Two elementary schools, Eagle Nest and Cimarron Elementary, feed two middle school; Eagle Nest and Cimarron Middle schools. Both middle schools are feeder schools for Cimarron High School.
There are approximately 420 students who attend Cimarron Municipal Schools. Some travel from as far away as 80 miles.
Cimarron was the first District in the country to utilize a four day school week to help control the high rising cost of utilities and travel. Since January of 1973 students have attended school on the four day week schedule.