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.
(08/28/20) With the 2020-21 school year set to begin, students, parents/guardians and the community have likely noticed various construction projects underway at a number of Anoka-Hennepin schools.
(04/08/20) Anoka-Hennepin’s School Board approved the sale of $93.3 million in general obligation bonds during its March 30 meeting.
Champlin Park High School holds ribbon-cutting event to celebrate Fit for the Future construction updates
(11/19/19) Champlin Park High School held a ceremonial ribbon-cutting event Nov. 18 to mark the completion of Fit for the Future facility improvements at the school.
Andover High School hosts ribbon-cutting event to mark the end of phase one of Fit for the Future construction projects
(11/14/19) Andover High School held a ceremonial ribbon-cutting event Nov. 13 to mark the unofficial completion of the first phase of Fit for the Future facility improvements at the school.
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.