SPPS leads the nation in recognizing students who can speak, read and write multiple languages by offering Certificates and Seals of Bilingualism on high school diplomas, which can lead to college credit from Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.
In celebration of Earth Day 2017, LEAP High School students pitched in to cleaned up the neighborhood around their school.
With reporter’s notebooks in hand and digital cameras around their necks, fourth and fifth-graders set out to tell their story as young scholars at Maxfield Elementary.
During a special Board of Education meeting on April 11, the Board selected Dr. Joe Gothard as their preferred candidate for superintendent.
Michael Houston and Ong Xiong have been named finalists for the 2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award.
Saint Paul has a wide range of educators in the running for the 2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year award.
The Como Park Senior High School Marine Corps JROTC Academic Team advanced to the National Leadership and Academic Bowl in Washington, D.C.
The 2016 four-year graduation rate for SPPS hit an all-time high of 76.5 percent. Districtwide results were admirable for both traditional and non-traditional secondary schools.
Dianna Johnson considers the time she spends working with students in the American Indian Education Program’s sewing society as some of the most fulfilling hours of her day.
Gateway to College gives students a second chance for earning a high school diploma while obtaining college credits.
Inspired by the philosophy of restorative justice, restorative practices are a model for building community.
SPPS honored its top academic-performing seniors on Sunday, May 7 at the annual Celebration of Excellence.
Parents and other citizens can help make sure our kids get the best deal possible during the 2017 legislative session.
On any given night 6,000 Minnesota youth experience homelessness. Up to 40 percent of them identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ+).
More than 450 SPPS student artists, vocalists and instrumentalists will showcase their skills during the 26th annual Honors Concert on Tuesday, April 18 at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.
You will receive acceptance letters and wait list information for the 2017-18 school year this week.
Family and Consumer Science students from seven schools participated in this year’s Culinary Arts Competition.