Explore Learning Pathways
In Robbinsdale Area Schools, our mission is to inspire and educate all learners to develop their unique potential. It’s a process that spans many years, from early childhood through high school and beyond. Every student is as unique as the hopes and dreams their families have for them. In our district, nurturing the growth of children who will positively contribute to their communities is a partnership between families and our schools.
- Armstrong High School
- Cooper High School
- Early Learning
- FAIR School Crystal
- FAIR School Pilgrim Lane
- Forest Elementary
- Lakeview Elementary
- Meadow Lake Elementary
- Neill Elementary
- Noble Elementary
- Northport Elementary
- Plymouth Middle School
- Robbinsdale Academy - Highview
- Robbinsdale Middle School
- Robbinsdale Spanish Immersion
- Robbinsdale Virtual Academy
- Sandburg Middle School
- School of Engineering & Arts
- Sonnesyn Elementary
- Virtual Learning
- Zachary Lane Elementary
Robbinsdale Area Schools offer incredible opportunities that nurture well-rounded students and build a strong sense of community. Our School Community Pathways bring neighbors together, and nurture friendships that can last a lifetime.
The Advanced Placement (AP) program at Robbinsdale Area Schools is a voluntary program in which students take college-level courses while they’re still in high school. Students can choose courses in 22 subject areas, including art, computer science, geography, government, music theory and more.
In the Robbinsdale International Baccalaureate (IB) programme, students explore the world as an interconnected community. By taking a global perspective, they develop skills in inquiry-based questions, thinking and reflecting on their observations.
Robbinsdale offers many opportunities to explore languages. By learning more than one language, students increase their brain connections and flexibility in thinking. Scholars also expand their vocabulary, and gain appreciation for different cultures.
For creative, hands-on students, an arts pathway can be the perfect fit. Students who are immersed in an integrated fine arts program develop creative skills that they can apply across all subject areas.
The future starts in the present at Robbinsdale Area Schools. Students who participate in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) programming develop strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Some students prefer virtual learning because they’re not bound by the schedule of a school bell. They can learn from anywhere at any time. The Robbinsdale Virtual Academy is for students in Grades 6 through 12 with more grades coming soon.