What is Sandburg Regional High School all about?

  • Have you ever found yourself “off track” in a traditional school setting or wondering if there is a place that really looks at your individual gifts and talents? We are a school that focuses on the individual student while still providing a rigorous diploma program using the Anoka-Hennepin School District's high school curriculum.

    Regional High School (formerly Crossroads Main) creates an environment that honors and invites students of diverse backgrounds to be part of an inclusive learning community. We have a six period day with a daily advisory to promote student’s academic progress and support social emotional growth. We provide weekly progress reports and an after school credit make up each week to help students stay on top of their school work. Our small size allows us to form important relationships that not only help academic success but promote students gifts and talents as they plan for their future career and college pursuits.

    Regional High School is fortunate to be in several partnerships promoting student growth and development both in and out of the school building.

    • Fifth year of implementing a college and career readiness curriculum across all grade levels creating portfolios for our graduates.
    • Fourth year of a partnership with our Faith Partners, Epiphany Catholic Church and Champlin United Methodist Church providing school supplies, food shelf items and general affirmations and support for our student body both in the building and in the community.

    Regional High School is a great opportunity for students who feel a traditional large high school isn't for them. We follow all of Anoka-Hennepin curriculum and award a diploma upon successful completion of the graduation requirements.

    We welcome you and your families and look forward to the opportunity to meet with you.


Additional contact info

  • Main office: 763-506-7400
    Fax number: 763-506-7403
    Absence line: 763-506-7406
    Custodial office: 763-506-7410 
    Health services: 763-506-7404
    Nutrition program: 763-506-7411