National Register of Historic Places in Santa Fe County
The Superintendent's Residence is the oldest building on campus. Some portion of the building is thought to date from before 1906. A residence stood at the present location when the school was authorized by the Territorial Government in 1887.
Originally a farmhouse, the Superintendent's Residence is a very early example of Pueblo Revival Style architecture that has become well known as a New Mexican architectural style made famous by architects such as John Gaw Meem and Gordon Street.
Source: Adapted from the NRHP nomination submitted in 1988.