The Sartell-St. Stephen School District serves 4,100 students in Preschool through 12th Grade. Located in Central Minnesota, the district boundaries border St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids-Rice, and Holdingford School Districts.
The District is proud of its well-balanced, robust programming and excellent services that are offered to students and families. We believe preparing students for the future means providing them with 21st Century skills integrated across all learning areas. In today's world, this means students graduate with content knowledge coupled with lifelong skills including:
- Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving
- Collaboration across Networks
- Agility and Adaptability
- Initiative and Entrepreneurship
- Effective Written and Oral Communication
- Accessing and Analyzing Information
- Creativity and Imagination
These goals are accomplished by focusing on differentiating instruction, personalizing education for students, utilizing technology to maximize student achievement, and ensuring best practices in instruction and assessment in every classroom. District 748 Academic Areas of Focus:
- Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, and Viewing in the English Language
- History and Social Studies
- The Arts: Visual, Music, and Theatre
- Wellness: Health and Physical Education
- Career and Technical
- World Languages
Minnesota Department of Education's Minnesota Report Card
The Minnesota Department of Education provides pertinent school and district information in a centralized format.
- Sartell-St. Stephen ISD 748
- Oak Ridge Early Learning Center
- Pine Meadow Primary School
- Riverview Intermediate School
- Sartell Middle School
- Sartell High School
The Sartell-St. Stephen School District conducts a community survey, required since 2014 through MN Statute 120B.11: Striving for the World’s Best Workforce. It will help measure District excellence in programs and services. Your responses will continue to shape our school district. MN Statue 120B.11: Striving for the World’s Best Workforce - Each school district shall periodically survey affected constituencies about their connection to and level of satisfaction with school.
Click here to view the 2022 survey results presented to the school board on July 18, 2022.