New attendance boundaries
The School Board approved new attendance boundaries for several elementary schools and Blaine and Coon Rapids middle schools at its Sept. 24 meeting.
Beginning fall 2019, the following proposals will be in effect across the district:
- Andover elementary schools: proposal two
- Anoka elementary schools: proposal two
- Blaine elementary schools: proposal one
- Champlin Park elementary schools: proposal two
- Coon Rapids elementary schools: proposal two
- Blaine and Coon Rapids middle schools: proposal two
An address can be entered into the 2019-20 school finder tool.
(11/08/2018) By the end of next week, all students kindergarten through seventh grade should receive a letter by mail indicating their assigned school for the 2019-20 school year.
(10/23/2018) The new elementary schools being built as part of Anoka-Hennepin’s Fit for the Future plan have been named. The decision was made following a community driven naming process.
(10/04/18) There was excitement in the air at Coon Rapids High School (CRHS) on a Tuesday evening as Anoka-Hennepin administrators, city officials and school representatives gathered to mark the beginning of a multi-year project.
(09/27/18) A groundbreaking ceremony set for Tuesday, Oct. 2 at Coon Rapids High School will mark the official start of the seventh and final Fit for the Future phase one project around the Anoka-Hennepin School District.
Maps by cluster
Interactive maps, show the approved attendance boundaries by cluster: Andover, Anoka, Blaine, Champlin Park, Coon Rapids, and Blaine/Coon Rapids middle schools. Pinpoint your residence by adding an address on the map (choose full screen and then the magnifying glass icon). An address can also be entered into the 2019-20 school finder tool.