Columbia Heights Public Schools

Creating worlds of opportunity for each and every learner.

Welcome to Columbia Heights Public Schools

  • Our District serves the communities of Columbia Heights, South Fridley and Hilltop, Minnesota. We are located directly north of Minneapolis, also neighboring the communities of Fridley, St. Anthony and New Brighton. We are a small and diverse district, with five schools and approximately 3,400 E-12 learners, yet Columbia Heights Public Schools is focused on the big picture of creating College and Career-Ready Graduates for every student in our schools.

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    CHPS Update December 1, 2022

    The week of December 1, 2022's CHPS Update includes information about The Addams Family Musical, NYC Fundraising Events, Mayor for a Day Essay contest, the Community Resource Fair, and Employee of the Year Nominations.

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    Hylanders Making Headlines

    NPSfI has joined with more than 5,000 schools nationwide that have transformed their schoolyards into thriving wildlife habitats that provide essential elements needed by all wildlife – natural food sources, clean water, cover and places to raise young.

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    CHPS Update November 23, 2022

    The week of November 23, 2022's CHPS Update includes information about the CHPS BOE vacant seat, The Addams Family Musical, the community resource fair, vaccination clinics, and important calendar reminders.

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    Vacant BOE Seat Update - New Member Appointed

    On November 22, 2022 the CHPS BOE appointed Michelle Pettway as the new CHPS Board member. She will be sworn in with other newly elected members on January 3, 2023.  

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    Wearing Masks Decreases Spread of Illness

    With cold and flu season in full force and COVID-19 still prevalent, I would strongly encourage wearing a face covering while at school in order to both protect yourself and the people around you and reduce transmission of illness.

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