St. Anthony-New Brighton Independent School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Saint Anthony, MN. It has 1,836 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
St. Anthony-New Brighton Independent School District Rankings
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- A+105 Students
- A37 Students
- B35 Students
- B30 Students
- B+29 Students
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- B25 Students
- B-18 Students
- B-17 Students
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St. Anthony-New Brighton Independent School District Reviews
St. Anthony hold their students to a high standard that makes them think freely and allows for opinions and ideas to be thrown around. The staff here vary in the kindness and overall nice factor, but all want their students to succeed. The classes that are offered do not vary much in availability to provide the certain courses so many students partake in PSEO classes online or at a campus. AP classes at this school do not always prepare you well at this school. When it comes to sports and activities, there is a large gender prejudice. If the sport is very male based, the funding is always there. When it is a very female based sport, the sport is very poorly funded.
I felt that for all 4 years I spent at this school, that the teachers were brilliant and did a great job preparing me for the rigors of college. The educators at this school were very good about encouraging open and free discussion without influencing our opinions. Although I think that the academic work was quite rigorous at multiple times, I know that it was necessary if I wanted to be successful at the next level of education. However, in the interest of objectivity, I must say that the sports didn't necessarily follow the normal "best player on the field" idea. My experience along with others involved seeing politics play a role in determining who plays and who doesn't. So, I do hope for the sake of others younger than me that the sports will change. But at the same time, I understand that education is much more important, which exactly why I rate this school so highly.
Only 1 teacher of colour, but not considered a teacher. Have about an equal amount if female teachers to make teachers. School doesn't do much when it comes to racial tension between the 85% of white students vs. the 15% of coloured kids. So there's a gap between the teachers and coloured students, yet the coloured students are the ones that are going to Ivy league schools, and are the top of the class when they graduate.