Parent Information and Resources

  • The Multiple Measurements Rating (MMR) is 0 to 100% for all schools in the state and includes data on proficiency, growth, achievement gap reduction and graduation rates. The Focus Rating (FR) is 0 to 100% for all schools in the state and includes data on proficiency and growth for only students of color, special education students, students in poverty and English learners. Title I Schools are designated as Reward, Celebration Eligible, No Designation, Continuous Improvement, Focus or Prioity status based on their MMR Rating.

    Current School Designations for Saint Paul Schools


    • Senior High/Secondary: Central Senior High

    Celebration Eligible

    • Senior High/Secondary: Como Park Senior High, Harding Senior High, Highland Park Senior High, Johnson Senior High
    • Elementary: Chelsea Heights Elementary, Como Park Elementary

    Continuous Improvement

    • Senior High/Secondary: Open World Learning
    • Middle/Jr. High: Highland Park Middle, Murray
    • Elementary: Eastern Heights, Frost lake


    • Senior High/Secondary: Gordon Parks, Humboldt, LEAP
    • Middle/Jr. High: Battle Creek Middle, Farnsworth Aerospace Upper, Ramsey Jr. High
    • Elementary: Benjamin E. Mays International Magnet, Crossroads Montessori, Dayton's Bluff, Farnsworth Aerospace Lower, Four Seasons, Hamline, The Heights, Highwood Hills, Jackson Magnet, Mississippi, Nokomis Montessori North, Nokomis Montessori South, Obama Service Learning, Riverview West Side School of Excellence


    • Senior High/Secondary: Creative Arts 6-12
    • Middle/Jr. High: Parkway Montessori
    • Elementary/K-8: American Indian Magnet K-8, Bruce F. Vento, Cherokee Heights, Galtier Magnet, Hazel Park Preparatory Academy K-8, John A. Johnson Achievement Plus, Maxfield Magnet, Paul & Sheila Wellstone

School Performance Information

  • Report Card








    SCHOOL and DISTRICT PERFORMANCE This information is on the Minnesota Department of Education’s Data Center. The center was designed to provide parents, educators, schools, districts and citizens with easy access to test results, revenue and expenditure data, demographic information and other critical data in a centralized location. The data previously included on the school report card pages is now available here.

District Community and Parent Engagement Plan

Graduation Information

Minnesota Parents Know

About State Standards

Minnesota Waiver from NCLB

  • The U.S. Department of Education has invited each State educational agency (SEA) to request flexibility regarding specific requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) in exchange for rigorous and comprehensive State-developed plans designed to improve educational outcomes for all students, close achievement gaps, increase equity, and improve the quality of instruction. You can find Minnesota's appoved Waiver information here.

SES and School Choice

  • Supplemental Services and School Choice are no longer required activities under NCLB (Minnesota Waiver). Saint Paul is using the funds that were dedicated for these services to provide additional supports to schools identified as Priority, Focus or Continuous Improvement under the new Multiple Measures Rating. Additionally, SPPS has now provided Title I funding to 3 additional high schools, Central Sr., Como Sr., and Highland Sr..