Anoka-Hennepin Public School District is an above average, public school district located in Anoka, MN. It has 38,820 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
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Anoka-Hennepin Public School District Reviews
The Anoka-Hennepin Public School District is a comfortable school with sociable peers, fairly strong instructors, and also a very safe school district to attend. Sport involvement is very popular, much of the student body attend sporting games such as, football, volleyball, lacrosse, soccer, and much more. The involvement of the student body makes the overall environment of the schools very inviting and a great place to socialize. The schools also have a very wide variety of clubs to take part in, they can range from art based to fitness. The wide variety of these clubs offer a great place for students to meet other peers who have similar interests and create new relationships.
I have had sons at both Osseo Senior and Champlin Park Senior High. I feel that Champlin Park is a better school, they have tighter security, more strict demands on athletes, and an overall culture of excellence. It has problems too, like any school does. There are bad actors for sure, but from what I have experienced, I feel it is superior. At Osseo, you don't have to show your ID at the door to gain entrance, what? Walk right in? There are some great teachers at Osseo as well, don't get me wrong and they are doing the best that they can.
I moved to the Anoka-Hennepin district after my freshman year in the Osseo district. To be honest, I was pretty scared to move to a new city and a new school district where I would know no one, but in the end, I found the anoka-Hennepin district way more helpful and exciting. The Anoka-Hennepin district made me feel more at ease with all the help and resources they provided mostly with getting ready for college and also having a very welcoming environment where I could feel less anxious about meeting new people and asking/looking for help for anything that I was concerned about.