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Champlin District and Curriculum

Champlin residents are privy to Minnesota’s largest school district, Anoka-Hennepin. Serving over 39,000 students, Anoka-Hennepin runs 24 elementary schools, six middle schools and five high schools, along with alternative middle and high school locations. A-H closes the achievement gap by meeting the educational needs of each individual’s learning through instruction via the adopted curriculum, Understanding by Design (UbD). The curriculum model provides guidelines for planning learning experiences and instruction for all disciplines, K-12.

We currently cover the following Champlin-area school district: Anoka-Hennepin School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Champlin District Curriculum

The school district is responsible for keeping track of each student’s achievements and provides learning opportunities that meet their needs. Children in Minnesota are expected to read at or above grade level no later than 3rd grade and A-H School District adopts a local literacy plan to ensure the success of each student. The reading program is aligned with the National Reading Panel Report and the Minnesota ELA Academics Standards.

Champlin Park High School offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, which is a rigorous 2-year program for college bound students. Additionally, Blaine High School Center for Engineering, Mathematics and Science offers in depth programs that are also integrated and rigorous. Coon Rapid High School will soon offer a biomedical program, as well. Anoka-Hennepin high school offers a variety of athletic activities including cross-country skiing, and hockey.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Champlin Educational News

  • Enrollment Information - Students are automatically assigned to a school that pertains to their address, however the district provides a number of alternative choices for all children, including specialty schools. Learn more about the available choices as well as FAQs regarding enrollment.
  • Parent Involvement - Parents and family are encouraged to take part of School Family Community Partnerships that help the A-H district. Parent Involvement includes volunteering opportunities, Parent Resources Centers, Parent Forever Classes, Parent Organization Assistance and a Parent Legislative Team.
  • Champlin Chronicle - The City of Champlin offers its city newsletter in an interactive format for ease of printing, sharing and reading. Residents and visitors, alike, can stay informed of news, events and celebrations in their community as well as enjoy discounts and coupons from local businesses.

Champlin Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Ins and Outs of a Local Magnet School

A magnet school is a public school that offers special instructions and programs that are not provided in traditional schools. Champlin-Brooklyn Park Academy is a magnet school located on 69.4 acres that focuses on math and environmental science. CBPA offers a unique curriculum fostering hands-on learning experiences through a variety of partnerships and extensions. Students will take part in a variety of situations that will lead them to higher levels of critical thinking about their influence as well as interdependence on the environment. Students enrolled in the afterschool program, Young Naturalists, which is catered to 2nd and 3rd graders, learn about animal habitats and needs. They are encouraged to look for ways to assist animals in their area such as creating bird feeders and maintaining wildlife habitat.