St. Croix Preparatory Academy is a K-12 charter school that opened in the Stillwater area in the fall of 2004. The school opened with grades K-7 and has experienced tremendous growth, now serving nearly 1,200 students in grades K-12 for the 2016-2017 school year. Located on 59 acres of land, St. Croix Preparatory Academy’s educational philosophy is based on the classical methodology of grammar, logic, and rhetoric, an educational philosophy proven to achieve outstanding academic results.
Students and the St. Croix Prep community raise $100,933 during the annual St. Croix Prep Marathon! This money will support academic enrichment for SCPA students through the purchase of classroom technology and subsidizing the cost of educational field trips and assemblies.
Once again, Lower and Middle Schools received Reward School status through the Minnesota Department of Education! Reward Schools represent the highest performing schools (top 15%) utilizing Title 1 funding as a part of their programming. For the sixth year in a row, SCPA’s Middle School was designated as a Reward School. For the third year, SCPA’s Lower School was designated as a Reward School.
St. Croix Prep is ranked #1 out of 428 schools for best Minnesota District Ranking
Lower School is ranked #7 out of 842 schools
Middle School is ranked #4 out of 508 schools
Upper School is ranked #2 out of 487 schools
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Once again, St. Croix Prep students excelled in the 2015-2016 Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCA). The reading, math, and science proficiency scores rank St. Croix Prep as one of Minnesota’s highest performing schools. St. Croix Prep’s proficiency percentages:
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St. Croix Prep’s Upper School ranked most challenging high school in Minnesota by the Washington Post’s America’s Most Challenging High School listing.
Stillwater Gazette and ECM Media Group Readers Choice Award for 2016 voted St. Croix Prep as the best public school in the east metro.
St. Croix Preparatory Academy will hold an informational meetings on the history, mission, philosophy and educational objectives of the School. The meetings will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria on October 13 and November 16. For enrollment information, click here.
October 25th, 2016 Activities