Orono School District No. 278 Middle School 800 N Old Crystal Bay Rd, Long Lake, MN55356 Orono School District No. 278 Middle School is a local public school. Located in central Long Lake, the school serves…More students in grades 3 - 5. This particular school serves nearly 350 students and features average class size of 24 students.
Minnetonka Middle School 6421 Hazeltine Blvd, Excelsior, MN55331 Minnetonka Middle School is a public school and part of the Minnetonka schools system. This school serves students in…More the sixth through eighth grades. The school offers advanced math, science and language courses.
Schumann Elementary School 765 N Old Crystal Bay Rd, Long Lake, MN55356 A school in the Orono Public School System, Schumann Elementary School serves students in kindergarten through second…More grade. The school, which focuses on academics and technology literacy in the classroom, holds plays and other events in its newly refurbished auditorium. The school has a total of approximately 500 students, and the average class size is about 22 students.
Groveland Elementary School 3325 Groveland School Rd, Wayzata, MN55391 Part of the Minnetonka Public School District #276, Groveland is a public elementary school. Serving grades K through 5,…More the school bills itself as "a great place to learn and grow." The school has a full roster of standard academics and technology courses, as well as a Spanish language immersion program.
Excelsior Elementary School 441 Oak St, Excelsior, MN55331 Excelsior Elementary School is part of Lake Minnetonka's public school system. Excelsior offers several specialty…More programs in addition to standard academics, such as Chinese language immersion. This school teaches students in grades kindergarten through 5 and places an emphasis on social services, such as recycling and gardening.
Westonka Public School District 277 2450 Wilshire Blvd, Mound, MN55364 Westonka Public School District 277 maintains its offices at this location and carries out the administrative duties of…More overseeing faculty and the more than 2,200 students in the district. Staff members here say that their goals are smaller classrooms and a more robust curriculum. The school district offices share an address with Mound Westonka High School.
The Blake School 301 Peavey Ln, Wayzata, MN55391 Located just outside downtown Wayzata, The Blake School describes itself as a "pre-K-12, non-sectarian, independent,…More coeducational, college preparatory day school." The school puts an emphasis on creating a well-rounded student by exploring academics, the arts and athletics, and attempts to instill a lifelong love of learning as well as good moral character.
Montessori School of Wayzata Bay is an educational center. In operation for more than 40 years, the school shares…More space with the church in which it's housed. The school educates a small group of less than 30 students aged 3 to 6 and offers a variety of schedules from three to five days a week.
The focus at this Montessori school is on individual expression and the freedom to discover a student's own interests.
Wayzata West Middle School 149 Barry Ave N, Wayzata, MN55391 Wayzata West Middle School is part of the school district 284 and offers education to children grades 6-8. This school…More focuses on promoting self-esteem of students and staff through the development of problem solving skills, encouraging the highest level of creativity, promoting physical and social well being, accommodating different learning styles, involving community resources within and outside of school and increasing students' awareness of their roles and responsibilities in a global society.
Our Savior Lutheran School 23290 Minnesota 7, Excelsior, MN55331 Our Savior Lutheran School serves children from early childhood through eighth grade, providing a curriculum designed to…More develop Christian values and produce well-balanced individuals. Seventy percent of graduates from Our Saviour Lutheran School obtain honor roll recognition in high school. The music curriculum at Our Savior Lutheran School begins in kindergarten and builds incrementally through the children's development into the eighth grade. Students in grades 5-8 can join the band program and students in grades 6-8 can join the chime choir ensemble. There is a school calendar and a lunch menu available on its website.