Elementary Schools in Sartell-St. Stephen School District
Niche users from this school district are most interested in the following colleges.
- A+103 Students
- B-79 Students
- B+59 Students
- A+47 Students
- A44 Students
- NG39 Students
- A-36 Students
- B32 Students
- B+30 Students
- A-28 Students
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Teachers in First/Second Year
Sartell-St. Stephen School District Reviews
The close-knit community made it easy to feel supported throughout my time at Sartell. The staff members were all helpful, supportive, and kind. I would love to see the district continue to grow to be able to continually offer new opportunities for students. For being a relatively small school, it was great and filled with opportunities. However, a more diverse class selection in the high school setting will better help prepare students for college.
Although I enjoy Sartell High School, there are many aspects I would change, if the chance was given. Here, I am fortunate enough to receive a quality education, but I do not believe that is the sole purpose of a high school. A few modifications I would make to the school are more funding to arts programs, more diversity, and less processed foods served in the lunch lines. It is clear that the main focus of a majority of Sartell students, faculty, and residents, that sports are the main concern. That is where a huge chunk of funding goes towards. I wish that the school gave equal amounts to athletics and arts programs. I also want Sartell to be more diverse.
I am currently a PSEO student at the St. Cloud Technical and Community College because I did not enjoy my Sartellq High School experience. I did not enjoy being around the people in my grade. There are very cliquey, and I felt like I did not belong in any one of the groups. The teachers are great because they all care about every student's education. There are a variety of extracurricular activities available and the leaders of the options always say that academics come first.