Living, Demographics and Costs
While making budget choices, it's important to note that living in Highland, a suburb of Albuquerque, is costlier than living in Southeast Quadrant. The average household spends $52.5K/year in total expenditures, compared to Southeast Quadrant's $37.1K/year.
The neighborhoods of Highland and Southeast Quadrant are identical in terms of households that have children. In both neighborhoods, the percentage of households with children is 10%.
At $66.6K, the average income level in Highland is significantly higher than that of Southeast Quadrant's, which stands at $39.1K.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation
For those looking to find great food in the area, head to Central Ave. SE, a heavily populated area with a wide selection of restaurants. If you want to get closer to all there is on Central Ave. SE, be sure to read our apartment ratings and reviews. Our apartment finder tool will take the hassle out of hunting for the address of your dreams.
Highland residents can enjoy dining out right in their own neighborhood with a handful of restaurants nearby. El Taco Tote and Dion's represent a few of those dining options. On top of that, chain and franchise restaurants like Carl's Jr and Wendy's are to be found in the neighborhood.
Musical Theatre Southwest, a cultural haven in the heart of Highland, attracts fine arts followers and performance enthusiasts.
Local Schools and School Districts
Schools near the apartments in Highland are Media Arts Collaborative Charter (State Charter), Wilson Middle School and St Timothy's Montessori School. As school district boundaries are not necessarily congruent with county lines, it's important to confer with local school district authorities to confirm that the apartments for rent you are most interested in are also served by the schools you prefer.
A middle school in the Albuquerque Public district, Wilson Middle School has a low student-teacher ratio of 13-to-1.
The only district in the neighborhood, Albuquerque Public district has a total enrollment of 96,300 students and 6,400 teachers, for a student teacher ratio of 15-to-1. There are 39 high schools, 41 middle schools and 99 elementary schools in the district.