School Recommendations in Roseville Area

Updated on July 14, 2009
L.P. asks from Saint Paul, MN
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I am wondering if anyone has any good suggestions on elementary school options in the Roseville area. I know a good deal about some of the public schools in the area, but wondering what else there might be. Any thoughts and ideas are greatly appreciated. Thanks

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L.W.

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Did the look through with my grandson recently. Very helpful!

go to
http://education.state.mn.us
Adequate Yearly Progress School Performance (AYP)
You can actually check out each schools performance one by one. Good Luck!

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B.S.

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You said you know a great deal about the public schools. I work and live in the Roseville district and I'll chime in for the public schools. After having seen many many elementary schools around the metro area, public and private, I'm a fan of Brimhall elementary. Their Music and arts education are wonderful and continue with excellence through high school. Compared to other districts, this district has a range of ethnic, and socio-economic diversity that is more successful and celebrated than I've seen in other suburbs. The staff at Brimhall is friendly and helpful and has a great community feel.

Good luck in your sesarch!

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G.

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my sister sends her kids to Brimhall- I went to a carnival there this spring. They staff are great and really encourage the kids to be involved in supporting their school. Also I seen many parents of kids working the carnival to support the school finacically. I was impressed

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S.P.

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We live in Roseville and my daughter goes to Oak Hill Montessori in Shoreview (7 miles from our house). It is well worth our drive - I have been in education for the last 12 years and am working on my PhD in education, and I truly believe it is one of the best schools in the state. I have observed all over the place - both in this state and out of the state and have interviewed and worked with all kinds of teachers. Oak Hill provides an amazing education that considers the whole child.

I would be happy to talk to you more about the school, or feel free to call them or visit their website. I believe that the summer office hours are from 8-4. ###-###-####, www.oakhillmontessori.org

Good luck!

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B.J.

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Hi L.-
My girls go to St. John the Baptist Catholic schools. It's a great school with only 2 classes per grade-- k-8 and tuition is reasonable. The girls - twins-- only have 22 in each class with a lot of volunteer help so they really excel in getting the material learned.
If you want to know more-- email me privately and I can get you a DVD to watch.

About me: 48 yo perfusionist and wellness coach for nationwide online biggest loser for $$ and mom to 7 yo twin girls.
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B. J

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