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 diverse District, with five schools and approximately 3,100 K-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.
Check out a recent update from Columbia Heights Public Schools!
Columbia Heights Public Schools welcomed Zena Stenvik as its new Superintendent last month. Stenvik – formerly the District’s Executive Director of Educational Services – assumed her new role July 1, taking over for Kathy Kelly who retired after 13 years in the position.
Columbia Heights Public Schools offers educational benefits to qualifying families including free and reduced-price meals. Despite COVID-19 making this a unique school year, families still need to submit a new Application for Educational Benefits to ensure families and the District receive benefits for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Columbia Heights Public Schools Board of Education approved the 2020-2021 Back-to-School Plan. Complete this survey for each student to provide specific information about your intentions for returning to school.
Columbia Heights Public Schools serves learners from birth through adulthood. The Placement Center is OPEN for in-person enrollment weekdays 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (social distancing guidelines are being followed)! Para la informacíon sobre la inscripción, presione aquí.