Award Year: 2016

St. Anthony Village High School

3303 33rd Avenue NE
Saint Anthony Village, MN, 55418-1704

(612) 706-1101

Mr. Wayne Terry, Principal at time of Nomination

St Anthony New Brighton

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St Anthony New Brighton Schools Mission: We Educate, Prepare, and Inspire a Community of lifelong learners in our small, caring environment.

Student Demographics
  • Black/African American: 7%
  • White: 75%
  • Hispanic: 8%
  • Asian: 9%
  • Native American: 1%
  • ELL: 3%
  • Economically Disadvantaged: %
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St. Anthony Village High School (SAVHS) serves approximately 720 students in grades 9-12. The St. Anthony New Brighton School District consists of one Community Services program with a preschool, Wilshire Park Elementary, St. Anthony Middle School and St. Anthony Village High School and is geographically the smallest district in Minnesota at 2.37 square miles. The district educates approximately 1,800 students living in St. Anthony Village, New Brighton, Columbia Heights, Roseville, Minneapolis and several other neighboring communities.

Teachers and administration have developed a scope and sequence of programming that will meet the needs of all students served. By increasing the rigor and encouraging more students to take advanced or accelerated courses in elementary and middle school, the high school has enjoyed a higher percentage of students who enter the high school prepared for advanced or honors course work. As a result, each year a high percentage of our students take advantage of Advanced Placement, College in the Schools and Post-Secondary Enrollment Options. The STEM program in the elementary and middle schools has resulted in a growing population of high school students taking Tech Ed classes such as CAD, SolidWorks, Fabrication, SuperHigh Mileage and Electrical Engineering. Mentorship and work-study programs are available for students exploring career paths. By focusing on individual students, teachers and counselors chart a path of education that will engage them and inspire them to complete their high school education, ready to enter the workforce or post-secondary education.