Roseville Area Schools


Roseville Area Schools, Independent School District 623, is known for its tradition of excellence. The District has: 6 neighborhood elementary schools, a dual language immersion (Spanish) elementary program, a K-8 school, a K-6 year-round inter-district integration magnet school, a 7-8 middle school, an alternative high school, a 9-12 high school, an adult learning center, and pre-K programs birth to five.

The school district serves 7,500 students in K-12 education as well as 800 students in the early childhood programs available. The school district provides educational programs and services to thousands of children and adults from all or parts of Arden Hills, Falcon Heights, Little Canada, Lauderdale, Maplewood, Roseville, and Shoreview.

The program is a Public School District, therefore it is about educating students within these geographical locations.

The program occurs in any one of the schools within the district. 

The programming occurs during the school year, September through Early June with Winter Break and Spring Break. 

The program is important because it serves the students, and families, of this region.

Contact: Lisa Chang