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Trinity School at River Ridge

Private christian school in Eagan, Minnesota, United States

Trinity School at River Ridge is a privateChristian school in Eagan, Minnesota, United States. It provides an education rooted in classical Christian education to students in grades 6-12. The school is located at 601 River Ridge Parkway, Suite 200, in Eagan, Minnesota 55121, this 1996, 2008, and 2019 Blue Ribbon school is accredited by North Central Association and Independent School Association of the Central States (NCA/ISACS).

The River Ridge campus was founded in 1987 by the People of Praise, a Christian community. It is owned and operated by Trinity Schools, Inc, based in South Bend, Indiana. The River Ridge campus has two sister schools, Greenlawn in South Bend and Meadow View in Falls Church, Virginia.

History[edit]

River Ridge, the second campus of Trinity Schools, Inc., opened in the Twin Cities in 1987 with 6 teachers and 31 students, using rented facilities at Gethsemane Episcopal Church, in downtown Minneapolis, MN. Dan Ferris served as head of school. In 1991 the school moved from its downtown Minneapolis site to Bloomington, Minnesota, after purchasing a building (itself a former school) from Control Data Corporation.[1] In 1991, when William Wacker became headmaster, the school had grown to 112 students and 18 teachers. The school expanded to two sections of boys and two of girls in 1995, starting with grade 7. In December, 2007, the River Ridge campus relocated to a new campus in Eagan, Minnesota.[2] Jon Balsbaugh became head of school in Fall, 2009. In Fall, 2016, the school added a 6th grade.[3] Beth Schmitz, a long-serving member of the faculty, took on the position of head of school in Fall, 2017.[4] Jon Balsbaugh succeeded Dr Kerry Koller as President of Trinity Schools, Inc.[5][6]

The 2007 move[edit]

In 2005, runway expansion at the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport resulted in noise levels greater than 65 decibels on the River Ridge campus in Bloomington. The Metropolitan Airports Commission offered a grant to Trinity School of approximately $7M either to install soundproofing or to help in a move to a new location. Trinity School accepted the grant and selected a new site in Eagan, a nearby suburb, near the intersection of Argenta Trail and Interstate 494. The board of governors of the People of Praise authorized a fund-raising campaign and approved a construction plan for the new campus, which included offices, classrooms, science labs, a commons area, a two-station gym and soccer field. Groundbreaking at the new site occurred at ceremonies on October 19, 2006. The move from the Bloomington campus to the Eagan campus took place in December, 2007, after construction was completed on schedule.

Administration[edit]

Ms. Beth Schmitz is the Head of the School. Mr. Patrick Murphy is the Academic Dean. Mr. Steve Hendrickson is the Dean of Boys, and Ms. Morath is the Dean of Girls.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinity_School_at_River_Ridge

Private Schools Minnesota

Academy of Holy Angels

Richfield, 612-798-2600, academyofholyangels.org

Ave Maria Academy

Maple Grove, 763-494-5387, avemariaacademy.org

Benilde-St. Margaret’s

St. Louis Park, 952-927-4176, bsmschool.org

Bethany Academy

Bloomington, 952-831-8686, bethanyacademy.org

The Blake School

Hopkins, Minneapolis, Wayzata, 952-988-3420, blakeschool.org

Breck School

Golden Valley, 763-381-8100, breckschool.org

Concordia Academy

Roseville, 651-484-8429, concordiaacademy.com

Cretin-Derham Hall

St. Paul, 651-690-2443, cretin-derhamhall.org

Fourth Baptist Christian School

Plymouth, 763-417-8240, fourthbaptistchristianschool.org

Good Shepherd School

Golden Valley, 763-545-4285, gsgvschool.org

Groves Academy

St. Louis Park, 952-920-6377, grovesacademy.org

Heritage Christian Academy

Maple Grove, 763-463-2200, heritageweb.org

Hill-Murray School

Maplewood, 651-777-1376, hill-murray.org

Hope Academy

Minneapolis, 612-540-2000, hopeschool.org

The International School of Minnesota

Eden Prairie, 952-918-1800, internationalschoolmn.org

Sours: https://www.mnschools.com/school-finder/private-schools/
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    School NamePhoneCountyStudents Grades
BRIGHTMONT ACADEMY
15624 Pilot Knob Rd #500, Apple Valley, MN 55124
(952) 564-2164Dakota88-12
HERITAGE LUTHERAN SCHOOL
13401 Johnny Cake Ridge Rd, Apple Valley, MN 55124
(952) 431-6225Dakota49PK-KG
NATIVITY OF MARY SCHOOL
9901 E Bloomington Fwy, Bloomington, MN 55420
(952) 881-8160Hennepin337PK-8
STERLING EDUCATION
500 E Travelers Trl Ste 500, Burnsville, MN 55337
(952) 469-6623Dakota293-12
WOODPARK MONTESSORI
1080 E 146th St Ste 100, Burnsville, MN 55337
(952) 953-3933Dakota103PK-KG
ST THOMAS ACADEMY
949 Mendota Heights Rd, Mendota Heights, MN 55120
(651) 454-4570Dakota6296-12
VISITATION SCHOOL
2455 Visitation Dr, Mendota Heights, MN 55120
(651) 683-1700Dakota606PK-12
LIFE ACADEMY
2201 W 108th St, Bloomington, MN 55431
(952) 884-3181Hennepin46PK-8
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Source: PSS Private School Universe Survey data for the 2017-2018 school yearNote: "N/A" means the data are not available or not applicable.
Sours: https://nces.ed.gov/surveys/pss/privateschoolsearch/school_list.asp?Search=1&Zip=55122&Miles=10
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Eagan Senior High School

Eagan Senior High School is ranked 95th out of 848 ranked schools in Minnesota, for total students on lunch assistance.

The percentage of Eagan Senior High School students on free and reduced lunch assistance (13.0%) is lower than the state average of 34.7%. This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

For 2014, a family of two needs to make an annual income below $20,449 to be eligible for free meals or below $29,100 for reduced price meals. A family of four needs to make an annual income below $31,005 for free meals or $44,122 for reduced price meals.

Sours: https://high-schools.com/directory/mn/cities/eagan/eagan-senior-high-school/273239000488/

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A Guide to Public and Private Schools in the Twin Cities

Compiled by Kelsey Gavnik

Academy of Holy Angels

Richfield, 612-798-2600, academyofholyangels.org

In a nutshell: A strong focus on college prep gets 9th–12th graders ready for the next steps in their academic careers. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Ave Maria Academy

Maple Grove, 763-494-5387, avemariaacademy.org

In a nutshell: Ave Maria offers schooling for pre-K–grade 8. Parents and faculty work as a team to build strong academia and a strong community. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Benilde-St. Margaret’s

St. Louis Park, 952-927-4176, bsmschool.org

In a nutshell: Educating 7th–12th graders for more than 30 years, Benilde offers rigorous programs in arts, athletics, and college prep.Religious affiliation: Catholic

Bethany Academy

Bloomington, 952-831-8686, bethanyacademy.org

In a nutshell: K-12 education at Bethany is grounded in faith and knowledge, incorporating partnerships with parents that encourage students to be their best. Religious affiliation: Christian

The Blake School

Hopkins, Minneapolis, Wayzata, 952-988-3420, blakeschool.org

In a nutshell: Pre-K–12 students experience rigorous academics in traditional core subjects. A caring faculty encourages young artists and athletes to explore their passions in depth. Blake’s global programs allow students to travel abroad, where they’ll develop cultural competence and a thorough understanding of global issues. Religious affiliation: None

Breck School

Golden Valley, 763-381-8100, breckschool.org

In a nutshell: Faculty members encourage teamwork, artistic expression, and diversity for all age groups while maintaining a challenging preparatory curriculum for their pre-K–12th graders. Religious affiliation: Episcopal

Concordia Academy

Roseville, 651-484-8429, concordiaacademy.com

In a nutshell: High school students at Concordia are encouraged to unlock their potential through academics, extracurriculars, and spirituality. Religious affiliation: Lutheran

Cretin-Derham Hall

St. Paul, 651-690-2443, cretin-derhamhall.org

In a nutshell: The faculty and staff at Cretin provide a values-centered, comprehensive education for high school students. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Fourth Baptist Christian School

Plymouth, 763-417-8240, fourthbaptistchristianschool.org

In a nutshell: K-12 students receive a Christ-centered education through rigorous academics, arts, and athletics. Religious affiliation: Baptist

Good Shepherd School

Golden Valley, 763-545-4285, gsgvschool.org

In a nutshell: The faculty and staff at Good Shepherd work to ensure that every student in K–6th grade is given the opportunity to succeed through STEM, arts programs, and more. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Groves Academy

St. Louis Park, 952-920-6377, grovesacademy.org

In a nutshell: Groves Academy is the only established independent school in Minnesota that focuses on providing an attentive, comprehensive education for grade-school students with dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning disabilities. Faculty and staff work to build confidence, success, and purpose into their specialized curriculum, also placing an emphasis on integrity and respect to foster a welcoming environment for students of all abilities. Religious affiliation: None

Heritage Christian Academy

Maple Grove, 763-463-2200, heritageweb.org

In a nutshell: This pre-K–12 academy provides an attentive environment for young learners and preps older students for college. Religious affiliation: Christian

Hill-Murray School

Maplewood, 651-777-1376, hill-murray.org

In a nutshell: Hill-Murray’s wide variety of AP and CIS courses, arts programs, and athletics foster a lifetime love of learning in students grades 6–12. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Hope Academy

Minneapolis, 612-540-2000, hopeschool.org

In a nutshell: Hope Academy pursues and encourages the remarkable in its K–12 students. The faculty and staff seek to prepare students for leadership roles post-graduation.Religious affiliation: Christian

The International School of Minnesota

Eden Prairie, 952-918-1800, internationalschoolmn.org

In a nutshell: ISM provides a diverse and inclusive international learning environment and college-prep programs that prepare pre-K–12th grade students to take part in the future global economy. Religious affiliation: None

Liberty Classical Academy

White Bear Lake, 651-772-2777, libertyclassicalacademy.org

In a nutshell: A pre-K through 12th grade classical Christian school, Liberty Classical aims to build lives that inspire by training students with the greatest in academics, art, history, and virtue. The school has built a creative, energetic, and richly inspiring learning environment in the Twin Cities. Religious affiliation: Multi-denominational Christian 

Maranatha Christian Academy

Minneapolis, 763-488-7900, mcamustangs.org

In a nutshell: This private pre-K–12 school fosters intellect and spirituality through its specialized arts and STEM programs. Religious affiliation: Christian

Minnehaha Academy

Minneapolis, Mendota Heights,612-728-7722, minnehahaacademy.net

In a nutshell: From pre-K to grade 12, Minnehaha preps students for college while encouraging them to discover their unique talents. Within a caring community, students will cultivate their interests and skills through exceptional academics, arts programs, and athletics. College counseling in the upper school teaches career-readiness skills and social-emotional care. Religious affiliation: Christian

Mounds Park Academy

St. Paul, 651-777-2555, moundsparkacademy.org

In a nutshell: A hands-on learning environment helps pre-K–12th grade students learn critical-thinking skills, creativity, and collaboration. Religious affiliation: None

New Life Academy

Woodbury, 651-459-4121, newlifeacademy.org

In a nutshell: New Life Academy is committed to keeping faith at the core of its K–12 academics, arts, and athletics. Variable tuition available by application. Religious affiliation: Christian

Providence Academy

Plymouth, 763-258-2500, providenceacademy.org

In a nutshell: Providence’s motto, “Faith, Knowledge, Virtue,” is at the core of this pre-K–12 college prep academy. Grounded in principles of Christianity and the founding of this country, Providence Academy prepares young people for the leadership America and the world need. Opportunities abound in academics, arts, athletics, and other extracurricular activities. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Saint Agnes School

St. Paul, 651-925-8700, saintagnesschool.org

In a nutshell: Named one of the “Top 50 Catholic High Schools in the Nation” by the Cardinal Newman Society, Saint Agnes combines rigorous academia with religious enrichment. Religious affiliation: Catholic

St. Croix Lutheran Academy

West St. Paul, 651-455-1521, stcroixlutheran.org

In a nutshell: This middle andhigh school provides its diverse student body with more than 25 college credit offerings, and numerous arts and athletic programs. Religious affiliation: Lutheran

St. Jude of the Lake Catholic School

Mahtomedi, 651-426-2562, stjudeofthelakeschool.org

In a nutshell: St. Jude of the Lake incorporates the International Baccalaureate framework into its curriculum to foster natural curiosity in its pre-K–5 students. Religious affiliation: Catholic

St. Paul Academy and Summit School

St. Paul, 651-698-2451, spa.edu

In a nutshell: SPA prides itself on the diversity, community, and academic rigor of its K–12 program. Its two campuses in the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood provide a quiet and safe environment in which students can explore their talents and love of learning. The school’s mission: to shape the minds and hearts of the people who will change the world. Religious affiliation: None

St. Paul Preparatory School

St. Paul, 651-288-4606, stpaulprep.org

In a nutshell: This private high school offers intensive college prep through culturally rich academics, arts programs, and English learning programs. Religious affiliation: None

Saint Thomas Academy

Mendota Heights, 651-454-4570, cadets.com

In a nutshell: STA provides male students grades 6–12 with an education geared toward college prep, military leadership, and character development. The new state-of-the-art Innovation Center provides students with tools, activities, and full courses that encourage an interest in engineering, STEM fields, and real-world problem-solving skills that students will carry throughout their education. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Totino-Grace High School

Fridley, 763-571-9116, totinograce.org

In a nutshell: The faculty at Totino-Grace partner with parents to create a welcoming environment focused on rigorous academics, arts, and athletics. Religious affiliation: Catholic

Trinity School at River Ridge

Eagan, 651-789-2890, trinityschools.org/riverridge

In a nutshell: The Trinity School aims to provide an excellent education and personal enrichment for its 6-12 students in single-sex classrooms. Religious affiliation: Christian


Minnesota’s Top Public High Schools

Here’s how U.S. News & World Report ranks our state’s public and charter schools, and how they stack up nationally.

1. Nova Classical Academy Upper School (St. Paul) National Ranking: #186

2. Orono Senior High National Ranking: #210

3. Long Prairie-Grey Secondary School National Ranking: #246

4. Math and Science Academy (Woodbury) National Ranking: #338

5. Great River School (St. Paul) National Ranking: #356

6. Edina Senior High National Ranking: #430

7. Mahtomedi Senior High National Ranking: #453

8. St. Anthony Village Senior High National Ranking: #506

9. Eagan Senior High National Ranking: #524

10. Chanhassen High School National Ranking: #561

11. Minnetonka Senior High National Ranking: #568

12. Eastview Senior High (Apple Valley) National Ranking: #571

13. Mounds View Senior High National Ranking: #575

14. Harbor City International Charter (Duluth) National Ranking: #644

15. Mankato West Senior High National Ranking: #695

16. Wayzata High School National Ranking: #718

17. Chaska High School National Ranking: #759

18. Century Senior High National Ranking: #803

19. Sartell Senior High National Ranking: #887

20. East Ridge High School (Woodbury) National Ranking: #1,032

21. Irondale Senior High (New Brighton) National Ranking: #1,146

22. Eden Prairie Senior High National Ranking: #1,168

23. Jefferson Senior High (Bloomington) National Ranking: #1,170

24. Woodbury Senior High National Ranking: #1,262

25. Mound-Westonka High School (Minnetrista) National Ranking: #1,276

Sours: https://mspmag.com/travel-and-visitors-guide/a-guide-to-public-and-private-schools-in-the-twin-cities/
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Private Schools in Eagan, Minnesota

There are 5 Private Schools in Eagan, Minnesota, serving a population of 66,102 people in an area of 32 square miles. There is 1 Private School per 13,220 people, and 1 Private School per 6 square miles.

In Minnesota, Eagan is ranked 176th of 1018 cities in Private Schools per capita, and 164th of 1018 cities in Private Schools per square mile.

List of Eagan Private Schools

Find Eagan, Minnesota private schools, including independent, parochial, religious and non-religious affiliated charter schools, boarding schools, Christian schools, preparatory prep schools, accredited private k-12, middle schools, and high schools.

About Eagan Private Schools

Eagan Private Schools are schools that provide all or some portion of Kindergarten through 12th grade education, but they do not operate as part of a public school district in Eagan, MN. Private Schools are largely funded through tuition and student fees, though they may also be supported by grants and private contributions. Some Private Schools may receive a small amount of public funding, such as Minnesota Department of Education grants for school building renovations. Private Schools have selective admissions and can choose who may enroll as a student. Public Schools, in contrast, are subject to compulsory education laws that requires Minnesota State to provide education to all children.

You may contact Private Schools for questions about:
  • Eagan Private School enrollment and applications
  • School tuition, financial aid, and scholarship opportunities
  • Eagan private school curriculum
  • College admission rates
  • Eagan private school test scores

Eagan Private School Statistics

Find Eagan Private School Enrollment and Educational Attainment (Age 25+). Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

 EaganDakota County
Nursery & Preschool Enrollment4022,988
Kindergarten Enrollment83 (9.0%)644 (11.1%)
Elementary School Enrollment (Grades 1-4)204 (6.2%)2,220 (10.4%)
Elementary School Enrollment (Grades 5-8)234 (6.6%)2,228 (9.2%)
High School Enrollment (Grades 9-12)255 (6.9%)2,135 (8.5%)
 EaganDakota County
Less than 9th Grade Education616 (1.3%)5,663 (2.0%)
9-12th Grade (No Diploma)983 (2.1%)8,785 (3.1%)
High School Graduate (Including Equivalency)6,774 (14.7%)58,074 (20.6%)

Private Schools near Eagan

Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/eagan-mn-private-schools/

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