Eastview High School 6200 140th St W, Apple Valley, MN55124 Eastview High School is one of three Apple Valley High Schools; the school's first year was 1997. About 2,000 students…More are enrolled, and it has the opportunity to participate in many extracurricular activities, clubs and sports. About 200 acres of recreational space are next to the school. Eastview was ranked among America's Best High Schools by Newsweek Magazine in 2010, and was the fifth-best high school in Minnesota on that list.
Dakota Ridge School 4629 144th St W, Apple Valley, MN55124 Dakota Ridge School is a special education school for students in kindergarten through grade 12. It offers an option for…More students with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties who were participating in special education programming in a traditional school setting. The different age ranges are separated within the school building; students may graduate from Dakota Ridge, or return to traditional school. Students are able to partake in extracurricular activities at their home school while still attending Dakota Ridge.
Highland Elementary School 14001 Pilot Knob Rd, Apple Valley, MN55124 Highland Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through grade five, and has been the recipient of the U.S.…More Department of Education's Blue Ribbon School of Excellence award. It is adjacent to Scott Highlands Middle School. In addition to traditional elementary school curriculum are outdoor environmental learning opportunities, an artist-in-residence program and character education. The many extracurricular and community education offerings include the Creative After-School Enrichment, health, fitness and ski club, arts, language, drama, choir, music productions and more.
Intermediate School District 917 is composed of eight member school districts located in Dakota County. These…More school districts identify and refer students with low incidence disabilities to Intermediate School District 917 to receive services for their special education needs. Services are offered in the least restrictive environment appropriate to each student. If a school age person resides within a member district and is in need of services, referrals are made by the local director of special education.
Tutor Time 14370 Glenda Dr, Apple Valley, MN55124 Tutor Time in Apple Valley offers learning programs for children from infants to school-age. Part-time programs are…More available for infants and toddlers, and both full- and part-time programs are open to preschool/pre-kindergarten kids. School-aged children can receive homework help before and after school, and Tutor Time will transport students to the following Apple Valley schools: Cedar Park Elementary School, Highland Elementary School and Green Leaf Elementary School. Each staff member at Apple Valley's Tutor Time has at least a two-year early childhood education degree.
Paideia Academy 7200 147th St W, Apple Valley, MN55124 Paideia Academy is a year-round, public charter school with no tuition, according to its website. Students from several…More south metro districts can open enroll to the school; attendees come from cities like Apple Valley, Eagan, Burnsville, Lakeville and Rosemount. The school's Core Knowledge curriculum includes language, music and arts, science, math and character development. It also has a partnership with the MacPhail Center for Music. More information about the school is available online or by contacting the school directly.
Southview Elementary School 1025 Whitney Dr, Apple Valley, MN55124 Southview Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through grade 5, and has about 685 students enrolled. In…More addition to the elementary school curriculum, Southview has an artist-in-residence program for every grade level, and art and enrichment teachers on site. Each February, the school celebrates Love to Read month with a read-a-thon; students also take part in the stock market game and Math Olympiad, and after-school activities related to art, the outdoors and science.
Area Learning Center High School supports students, freshmen to seniors, who are at risk of not graduating and need…More an alternative to the traditional high school environment to help ensure academic success.
The school runs year-round, and students enroll in classes for three weeks at a time, as well as taking one intensive intersession class. School staff strives to make classes interactive and engaging. Students can enter the school at any time during the year, and in any grade from ninth to twelfth. Students can earn 66 credits and a high school diploma at Area Learning Center.
School of Environmental Studies High School 12155 Johnny Cake Ridge Rd, Apple Valley, MN55124 The School of Environmental Studies is an optional high school in Apple Valley for grades 11 and 12, with a focus on…More environmental topics and issues. Much of the curriculum is interdisciplinary and incorporates environmentally-based questions into the learning. It's adjacent to the Minnesota Zoo, which partners with the school on various projects. Each trimester, students take a seven-day intensive course, which becomes the students' sole academic focus for the seven-day period. Students can participate in sports and other extracurricular activities.