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St. Michael District and Curriculum

Public school students in St. Michael attend classes in the St. Michael-Albertville Schools. The district serves nearly 6,000 students in preschool through high school. There are seven buildings in the district – one preschool, three elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Faculty and staff members at each school promote academic excellence for all students. In fact, the district is well known for its students’ academic achievements. Average student grades put the school in the top 12.5 percent of all schools in Minnesota, and the average ACT score for St. Michael students places the district in the top eight percent.

We currently cover the following St. Michael-area school district: St. Michael-Albertville Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the St. Michael District Curriculum

Elementary learners in St. Michael examine topics related to life science as part of the larger science curriculum. Students look at the structure and function of various living systems. Learners also categorize a variety of plants and animals into appropriate categories based on their physical characteristics. The habitat in which an animal lives, and its relationship to that animal’s survival, is examined as well. The life cycle of plants is also studied. Students identify the stages of the life cycle, noting how at each stage plants have varying needs for water, air, and nutrients.

St. Michael’s high school music curriculum focuses student learning in part on the essential elements of creating music. Students examine basic topics like rhythm, harmony, tone, dynamics, and pitch and how they all work together to create good music. Learners explore a variety of musical genres as well, identifying the similarities and differences between each. Students read and notate music, and utilize appropriate notation and symbols to record music proficiently.

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Keeping Informed: Recent St. Michael Educational News

  • St. Michael-Albertville High School Receives National Recognition - St. Michael-Albertville High School has been honored by U.S. News & World Reportas one of the best high schools in the nation. The school earned a bronze distinction from the magazine. These rankings are used widely by colleges admissions officers to assess the rigor of students high school experience.
  • Knights Academy Offers Alternative Learning Environment - St. Michael-Albertville Schools offers several alternative learning environments for students, including Knights Academy. The school features a family-like atmosphere and hands-on activities to keep students engaged in their learning.
  • Kids Play Program for Four-Year-Olds - Kids Play is an innovative extended care program for four-year-olds offered by St. Michael-Albertville Schools. The wide variety of activities provided during Kids Play ensures children develop the social, emotional, and physical skills they need to be successful in school. This is also a great activity for older students to volunteer at if they are interested in working with children as a career.

St. Michael 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: Push for National Standards

As a parent of a K-12 student you are no doubt aware of the recent shift towards more nationalized education standards. Common Core is one such nationalized curriculum that has many supporters, but also many detractors. The purpose behind the push for national standards is twofold. First, having the same standards for all students ensures more equity between schools and districts, both within states and between states. The idea is that a child that leaves fourth grade in one state can enter fifth grade in another state without missing a beat, being way behind his or her peers, or being way ahead. Secondly, nationalized standards like the Common Core heavily emphasize the development of 21st century skills. These skills are essential if students in the U.S. are to have a good chance at landing a job in a highly competitive global marketplace.