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  • Find Your Area

    Use the School Finder at spps.org/apply to see which schools serve your Area (A-F1/F2).

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  • Elementary Schools
    Saint Paul Public Schools provides great schools in every neighborhood. To receive bus transportation, choose a school or magnet program that serves the Area in which you live. Use the drop-down menu below to select a school.

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  • Middle Schools
    Saint Paul Public Schools provides middle school students with challenging academics and strong support programs to ease the transition from childhood to young adulthood. To receive bus transportation, choose a school or magnet program that serves the Area (A-F1/F2) in which you live. Use the drop-down menu below to select a school.

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  • High Schools
    Saint Paul Public Schools offers high schools with a variety of focus areas, programs and activities, all designed to prepare students for graduation and post-secondary careers or education. To receive bus transportation, choose a school or magnet program that serves the Area (A-F1/F2) in which you live. Use the drop-down menu below to select a school.

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  • Regional and District Magnet Programs
    Magnet schools focus core subjects such as reading, math and science around specialized content areas, such as language immersion, aerospace and the arts. In most cases, these programs are available from kindergarten through grade 12. Use the drop-down menu below to select a program focus.

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  • Non-Traditional High Schools
    Non-traditional schools are available for students who need or desire a learning environment different from traditional high schools. Flexible hours, alternative teaching methods and opportunities for college credit help students make progress toward graduation. Please call the Student Placement Center at 651-632-3760 for more information. Use the drop-down menu below to select a school.

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  • Special Education Schools and Programs
    Our dedicated special education programs provide support and services for students with needs that may not be met in traditional school settings. Students are referred to these programs through their Individualized Education Program (IEP). Use the drop-down menu below to select a school.

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Important Terms

  • Area: Areas (A-F1/F2) include six geographic borders across the district. Areas are used as attendance areas to help families find a school and determine bus transportation. 

    Community School: Community schools offer students education close to home, along with other academic opportunities and learning programs.

    Community School Zones: A Community School Zone is a geographic area around an elementary school. Students who live within a specific Community School Zone will be accepted to their community school before other students are considered. 

    District and Regional Magnet Schools: Magnet schools focus core subjects such as reading, math and science around specialized content areas, such as language immersion, aerospace and the arts. In most cases, these programs are available from kindergarten through grade 12. Regional magnet schools serve multiple Areas. District magnet schools serve all Areas.

    Pathways: Most schools and magnet programs have a pathway that provides a natural progression for education from kindergarten through high school.

Additional Program and Services

  • School Bus Transportation

  • Early Childhood Programs

  • Before and After School Childcare and Activities

  • English Language Learner Programs

  • College and Career Readiness

  • Special Education Services