College, articulated skilled trades and career ready
The continuation from middle school provides learning in academic and social-emotional areas to prepare students for their future. High school students receive instruction in literacy and language arts, math, science, social studies, fine arts, physical education and health, and have a full menu of elective courses to choose from.
Families are encouraged to explore and learn more about high school options at Robbinsdale Area Schools.
The guys over there are very easy to talk to, and they seem fair. They seem to be looking out for the kids' best interests. I also get phone calls saying what a good job she's doing. I felt secure sending my daughter there. Very open and transparent.
I'm looking at her report card and just thinking about our conversation and how excited my kid is about reading or thinking about history or thinking about math and science. She's excited about school. Also, she'll get the chance to, you know, when she goes off to college, she won't have to start off as a freshman. She'll be almost done with her associates. That's exciting! A lot of school districts don't have that.
– A COOPER HIGH SCHOOL PARENT
High School Information and Registration Nights
Families with students entering high school next year are invited to attend our events. Families and students can meet school administration and teachers, learn about core academic areas and electives along with registration information.
Armstrong High School
6 - 7:45 p.m.
Jan. 13, 2022
Please join us virtually via Zoom using this link.
Cooper High School
6:30 - 8 p.m.
Jan. 20, 2022
We hope you can join us for this in-person event!
Explore Our Schools
About Robbinsdale Area Schools
Robbinsdale Area Schools serves approximately 12,000 K-12 students in seven communities in the northwest Twin Cities area, including Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, Plymouth and Robbinsdale. Our District has 11 elementary schools - three of these schools being magnet schools. Elementary schools follow the same Minnesota Department of Education standards for kindergarten, and are in step with the district’s K-3 curriculum alignment.