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Robbinsdale Area Schools (Independent School District 281) is an award-winning district committed to academic excellence. We take pride in the choice we have provided to our families and students for nearly a century. We serve all or parts of seven communities with more than 100,000 residents in the northwest suburbs of Minneapolis, Minn.

Armstrong High School has been ranked 10th on the Minnesota section of the Washington Post's "Most Challenging High Schools" list for 2017 (up from 2016), and Cooper made the list, for the first time, at number 27 in 2016. We are very pleased to see recognition of the excellence of these two schools. Read more about these prestigious rankings here.

Cooper High School also made Newsweek's "Beating the Odds List of Top 500 High Schools!" Cooper was also ranked number 7 out of high schools from the state of Minnesota. Read more here.

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Student artwork to be displayed at Robbin Gallery
12/12/2017
Robbinsdale Area Schools’ visual arts program is partnering with Robbin Gallery to present the sixth-annual art exhibit of elementary students’ artwork. The “Art is Primary” exhibit will run from Dec. 12-26, and features creations from students grades K-5 from all 10 elementary schools in the district.
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Robbinsdale Area Schools seniors recognized as National Speech and Debate Association Academic All Americans
11/15/2017
Armstrong High School senior Helen Radovic and Cooper High School senior David Necas have been recognized as National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) Academic All Americans. According to the association, fewer than 500 of the organization’s 141,000 members (0.3%) qualify for this award each year.
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More than 550 Robbinsdale Area Schools students perform at Orchestra Hall for Annual Fall Music Festival
11/14/2017
The concert featured performances from Robbinsdale Armstrong and Cooper Bel Canto, Cantori, Concert Choirs, Symphonic Bands and Symphonic Orchestras. The Robbinsdale Elementary All-District Choir also performed. The guest conductor for the event was Dr. Michael McGaghie from Macalaster College.
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