2013-2014 Course Registration Guides
It is the St. Anthony New Brighton School District’s policy to
provide equal education opportunity for all students and to provide
equal employment opportunity for all employees. The district does not
discriminate in admission, treatment, employment or access to its
programs or activities. In addition, the School District does not
unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion,
national origin, sex, marital status, parental status, status with
regard to public assistance, disability, sexual orientation or age.
The Patriots Marching Band Blitz is scheduled for Saturday, May 11, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Students will be seeking donations in the St. Anthony/New Brighton school district to support the award winning high school marching band. They will represent our community in local parades this summer, and perform in the Greeley, Colorado Stampede Parade. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
Spring Music Concerts
Thurs., May 16 - 5th Grade Band Concert, Wilshire Park Gym, 7:00 p.m.
The following concerts begin at 7 p.m. in the St. Anthony Village High School Auditorium
Tues., May 21 - All Middle School Choirs & High School Concert Choir
Thurs., May 23 - High School Chamber Choir Senior Concert, First Lutheran Church, 7:30 p.m.
Tues., May 28 - 6th & 7th Grade Band Concert
Wed., May 29 - 8th Grade & Symphonic Bands Concert
Thurs., May 30 - Concert & Jazz Bands Senior Concert
St. Anthony Village High School Junior Selected for American Youth Leadership Program
Jansen, junior at St. Anthony Village High School, was one of thirty
students in the nation selected to participate in World Savvy’s
2012-2013 American Youth Leadership Program (AYLP) in Bangladesh. Read more…
St. Anthony Village High School Selects ExCel Award Recipients Read more...
St. Anthony Village High School Selects Triple “A” Award Recipients Read more...
St. Anthony Village High School One of Two Public Schools to Receive National Award
Full article now available Click here…
St. Anthony Village High School received the 2012 National
Interscholastic Program of Excellence Award from Coach and Athletic
Director magazine. Superintendent Laney explained, “We are one of two
public high schools in the nation who were given this award.” Read more…
National Merit Scholarship Corporation Recognizes Four St. Anthony Village High School Students
Four seniors at St. Anthony Village High School were
recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Competition (NMSC), an
academic competition for high school students. To participate in the
2013 National Merit Scholarship Program, high school students must have
taken the 2011 Preliminary SAT (PSAT) and scored in the top five
percent of the more than 1.5 million students who took the exam. Read more...
September 14, St. Anthony-New Brighton School District invited
community members, representatives from Hennepin County, St. Anthony
Sports Boosters, and the City of St. Anthony Village to celebrate the
completion of the Hennepin Youth Sports grant projects. Read more...
University of Minnesota Acknowledges St. Anthony’s Rigorous Curriculum
St. Anthony Village High School Principal Wayne Terry received a
congratulatory letter from Dr. Wayne Sigler, Director of Admissions at
the University of Minnesota, for the school’s participation in the
Advanced Placement (AP) program. “Our data shows that your high school
ranks among the top in the state for the number of students who take AP
coursework and then enroll at the University of Minnesota. The 14
students from St Anthony Village High School who enrolled at the U of M
this year submitted 51 AP exam scores and earned a total of 239 credits
at the U of M.”
Click here to view the full letter.
St. Anthony Village High School is proud to
announce a top ten ranking within the state of Minnesota, as reported in
2012 U.S. News and World Best High Schools. The report, released just
this past week, states that the school has been awarded one of the 42
silver medals within the state of Minnesota, giving SAVHS a 9th
place ranking in the state and a ranking of #563 in the nation. There
are 786 high schools in the State of Minnesota and over 22,000 national
public high schools. As stated in the article, Minnesota’s high school
graduation rate is very high with many schools offering Advanced
Placement options for students to earn college level credits while still
in high school. Please see the article in its entirety at http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/minnesota