Schools

Early Childhood and Preschool

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Early Childhood Family Center

Stillwater’s Early Childhood Family Center has been open since August of 2013. This wonderful new facility houses a variety of programs for district residents from birth through adulthood. 

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Preschool

Our early childhood preschool program brings preschool age children together with the goal of offering engaging, nurturing, creative learning opportunities in a safe and enriched classroom.

Elementary Schools

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Afton-Lakeland Elementary

Afton-Lakeland is a friendly and welcoming neighborhood school located along the St. Croix River. With an outstanding staff supporting them, our 500 students are challenged and thrive academically and socially.

Students Building with LEGOs

Andersen Elementary

We have a long tradition of excellence at Andersen Elementary. We first opened our doors in 1919, and nearly 100 years later continue to provide an outstanding education to our 350 students. We're located in Bayport - along the St. Croix River. 

Exterior rendering of Brookview Elementary

Brookview Elementary

Brookview Elementary will be opening in the fall of 2017 serving families in the southwestern corner of the Stillwater school district.

Kindergarten Class

Lake Elmo Elementary

Our school is proud of its rich tradition of providing high quality instruction to all our students. The diversity of our 700 students makes Lake Elmo a unique place to grow and learn. 

Welcome to Lily Lake

Lily Lake Elementary

Lily Lake Elementary School is located in Stillwater, MN and in the heart of the beautiful St. Croix River Valley. We help each of our 555 children reach their academic potential and develop the skills to be outstanding citizens in our community

Students on Monkey Bars

Rutherford Elementary

Rutherford School is an exceptional learning environment! Key elements which drive us are learning, innovation and creativity. We believe positive relationships and collaboration are essential for students to succeed.

Karen Rose Garden

Stonebridge Elementary

 Stonebridge Elementary was established in 1971 and has been a Peace Site since 2001. Stonebridge accommodates the unique learning styles of its 470 students and helps them develop independence and responsibility. 

Middle Schools

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Oak-Land Middle School

Oak-Land Middle School is one of two middle schools in the Stillwater Area Public School District and serves nearly 850 students from Afton-Lakeland, Andersen, Lake Elmo and Brookview elementary schools. With a unique and diverse student body, we celebrate differences and work together to create community.

Students in Pony Apparel

Stillwater Middle School

Stillwater Middle School is one of two middle schools in the Stillwater Area Public School District, and serves students from Lily Lake, Stonebridge and Rutherford elementary schools. Our school is home to more 1,000 students who are active and involved in our local as well as in our global community. 

High School

Students in Art Class

Stillwater Area High School

Welcome to the home of the Ponies. Founded in 1873, Stillwater Area High School has a long tradition of high expectations and outstanding achievement. In academic, arts, and athletics, Stillwater students succeed!

Alternative Education

 Thank You Bri and Cheyenne!

St. Croix Valley Area Learning Center

The St. Croix Valley ALC is a state-approved alternative program designed to provide options for at-risk students who experience challenges succeeding in the formal school system. We offer smaller classroom settings where teachers and courses allow added academic and affective attention. 

Targeted Services

Classes are offered to eligible students in grades 1-8 throught the school year and during the summer. Start and end times/dates as well as eligibility standards will very by building.

Credit Recovery

Opportunities for students to make up credits needed for graduation.

Transition

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18-21 Transition

Transition provides opportunities for students with disabilities, ages 18-21, to gain independent living skills, transition skills, social and functional skills and self-advocacy in real-life settings.