St. Anthony Village High School Ranked 3rd in Minnesota St. Anthony Village High School Ranked 3rd in Minnesota

St. Anthony Village High School was recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top high schools in the nation. In its annual report of Best High Schools, St. Anthony Village High School was ranked 3rd in Minnesota and 227th in the nation.

 

Certificate of Excellence for Fifth Consecutive Year

For the fifth consecutive year, St. Anthony-New Brighton School District received the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting award from the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International for having met or exceeded the program's high standards for financial reporting and accountability. St. Anthony-New Brighton School District was recognized for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015.

St. Anthony Awarded National Grant for Athletic Trainer

St. Anthony Village High School was awarded a $50,000 Athletic Trainer Initiative grant from the NFL Foundation, the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), Gatorade and the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society (PFATS). St. Anthony Village High School was one of only 15 high schools in the United States to receive the Athletic Trainer Initiative grant whose purpose is to expand access to athletic trainers in underserved high schools and improve safety of youth athletes.

Congratulations to Science Olympiad

Congratulations to the Science Olympiad team at St. Anthony Village High School who competed in the State competition. Team members include students Clark Andreasen, Dylan Evans, Derek Heinis, Emery Hutchinson, Elizabeth Joncas, Peter Joncas, James Kerber, Anthony Morrell, Tenzin Rangkor, Stuart Scamehorn, and Gabriella Walker. The staff advisor is Steven Rice.

Cheer Team Competed at Nationals

Congratulations to the St. Anthony Village High School Cheer Team who competed in a national competition in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

 

 

Scholastic Art Award Winner

John Benz, a senior at St. Anthony Village High School, was awarded a Silver Key award for his photo "Waterfall" at the Scholastic Art Award ceremony on February 20, 2016, at the Weisman Art Museum. The Silver Key award recognizes the high level of achievement by art students in Minnesota.

 

 

 

Meet our School Board

Our School Board members are Laura Oksnevad, Mike Volna, Leah Slye, Dr. Cassandra Palmer, Barry Kinsey, and Andrea Scamehorn.

 

 

 

 

John Mitsch Nominated as Teacher of the Year

John Mitsch, a 6th grade math teacher at St. Anthony Middle School, was nominated for the 2016 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. "John has been a committed educator at St. Anthony Middle School for all students. In addition to his amazing teaching abilities, he is a great colleague," shared Dr. Renee Corneille, Principal.

Maximizing Space at Wilshire Park

Families are moving into our community and choosing our schools for their children. This trend is increasing our resident student population at each school, especially Wilshire Park where 90% of students in grades K-5 are residents. A series of community meetings were held to discuss the changes at Wilshire Park and how it has impacted the use of space at the school.

TIES Exceptional Teachers

Nathan Meyer and Erin Samuels were recognized as TIES Exceptional Teachers at the TIES 2015 Education Technology Conference on December 15, 2015. The award recognizes teachers who model the best practices in their classroom and engage students in learning with technology.

 

Hour of Code at Wilshire Park Elementary School

To celebrate Computer Science Education week, Wilshire Park Elementary School participated in the Hour of Code to encourage students to get excited about computer programming and help them learn how it impacts our daily lives. Lisa Cartwright, the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Specialist at Wilshire Park, partnered with Code.org--a non-profit organization whose vision is every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science--to bring the Hour of Code to all 702 students in grades K-5.