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Highland High School
Class Of 1965

School recently named after Janet Schultz Kahn



About Janet Kahn

In 1996, educator Janet Kahn, a '65 HHS graduate, was given the task to create an art and music program for the elementary school students of APS. She expanded the program from 22 teachers to roughly 100 teachers who offer the gift of music and art to our district’s youngest students. Janet transformed nothing into something special. She often said this was the hardest and the most rewarding work she had ever done.


Janet was a dreamer and a doer, an innovator and an educator. She was a soft voice and a huge presence. Janet lost her battle to a rare form of cancer on January 15, 2016 at the age of 68. We celebrate Janet's memory by naming our school, Janet Kahn School of Integrated Arts, in her honor, and by continuing to offer outstanding arts education to the students of Albuquerque Schools.