Congratulations to Michael Ude, who was selected as the Triple "A" Region 5AA winner and finalist in the distinguished statewide MSHSL Triple "A" Award!
Fridley Public Schools is an International Baccalaureate World School District.
Fridley Public Schools is committed to creating a welcoming, respectful environment that provides an equitable and inclusive education for each student, staff and community member by ensuring that opportunities, access, and resources are aligned to support the growth and academic achievement of each student.
Our school district serves the central area of the City of Fridley with a preschool, two elementary schools, a middle school, a high school, an area learning center and a community education center. The Fridley School District offers the International Baccalaureate Programme Continuum (PYP, MYP, DP, and CP) to all students.
Congratulations to Fridley High School 2021 Minnesota State High School League Triple “A” (Academics, Arts, and Athletics) Award winners, seniors Cassady Callahan and Michael Ude!
Celebrated recording artist Cory Wong made a triumphant virtual return to Fridley High School on February 8, 2021, teaching two seminars to current band students.
Congratulations to Fridley Public Schools February Employee of the Month, Kim Imholte! Imholte has been a longtime employee at Tiger Club Childcare, the district’s childcare program.
Learn more about kindergarten at Fridley Public Schools! Join our virtual Kindergarten Round Up sessions on March 8 for Hayes Elementary School OR March 9 for R.L. Stevenson Elementary.
In celebration of School Board Recognition Week, Fridley Public School District would like to thank our Fridley School Board members!
Congratulations to Fridley High School junior Akshay Rai, who earned several awards at the Minnesota Scholastic Art and Writing Competition!
Congratulations to the 18 Fridley High School band and choir students who were selected to participate in the virtual Tri-Metro Conference Fine Arts Festival on February 5, 2021.
Congratulations to Fridley Moore Lake Area Learning Center (ALC) students who were recognized and honored during the school’s annual Celebration of Excellence.