Robbinsdale Area Schools
High School
NASA Hunch 2022

Armstrong's visit from Nasa Hunch program 2022

A group of students in the hallway at Armstrong High School.

Amplify Your Voice

We believe each student has limitless possibilities. We engage and empower students by amplifying student voice.


Student holding a book in the library.

High Intellectual Performance
Armstrong High School is committed to ensuring every student graduates career, articulated skilled trades and
college ready.


Armstrong Marching Band performs at the Walt Disney World parade

Ignite your passion for music

Join the award-winning Armstrong High School Marching Band.


A student holds a book in the library.

Ignite your passion for excellence.

Armstrong students excel in academics and activities.


Armstrong High School

Our mission is to inspire and educate all learners to discover their potential and positively contribute to their community. 

Together We Fly

Principal's Welcome

Erick D. Norby is the head principal of Armstrong High School.

Store & Student Forms

Shop Armstrong gear & find frequently used forms

Weather Closing Guide

Student Support

Achieve success

Counselors and support staff can help students with educational planning, personal and social growth, career planning and decision making.

Student Voice

We engage and empower students by amplifying student voice.

Learn more about student leadership opportunities.

Athletics & Activities

Discover your passion

Fine arts • Athletics • Clubs 

School News

students at information table

Families are invited to attend Parent and Student University and learn about college and career opportunities through various breakout sessions. Check out the job fair and connect with local employers, trade organizations, employment agencies, military representatives and colleges and universities.

Students working on computers in a classroom

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible households a discount of up to $30 per month for internet services. Families are eligible to participate in ACP if a student in the household receives free or reduced-price school meals. 

Senior cap and gown pictures

Seniors will go to the auditorium and have their portrait taken with cap and gown props, by Kemmetmueller. Any questions, please contact the photographers directly. They will be sending out information to order the portraits.

Armstrong students win north

Stella Wright, Armstrong High School senior, has been selected as Minnesota’s 2023 Poetry Out Loud champion. She will go on to compete in the Poetry Out Loud National Finals in May. 

high school students playing instruments

The annual Spring Orchestra Festival features combined orchestras, as well as Chamber Strings and Concerto performers from Cooper and Armstrong High Schools. All-District Band will also perform their spring showcase with Solo and Ensemble Best of Site Performers.

High school choir

Several Armstrong and Cooper students have earned all-conference music honors this year. Cooper’s student-artists participated in the Tri-Metro Conference fine arts festival on Jan. 30 at Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield, while Armstrong participated in the Northwest Suburban Conference event on Feb. 6 at Andover High School.

Two students creating pottery bowls

Enjoy a community meal and entertainment -- and receive a handcrafted bowl -- all while supporting local food shelves. This year’s Empty Bowls event takes place from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7, at Cooper High School, 230 47th Ave. N. in New Hope.

School Calendar

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