There are two main secondary education schools that serve the city of Lakeville, Lakeville South High School, and Lakeville North Highschool. In this article, we will be describing these two schools in detail. Now, without any hesitation, let me describe these two schools to you.
First off, Lakeville South Highschool, the latest school built in the area. Located on 21135 Jacquard Avenue, Lakeville, Minnesota 55044, Lakeville South High School (LSHS) is a high school located Lakeville, Minnesota, United States. To meet the needs of a growing population, in the early 2000s the district began construction of LSHS. LSHS enrolled students for the first time in fall 2005. Unlike LNHS, whose student come from a predominantly urban/suburban catchment area, LSHS pulls from the suburban/rural areas of Lakeville. This socioeconomic divide has contributed to the ferocity of the rivalry between LNHS and LSHS athletics.
The school is a member of Minnesota Independent School District 194 (Lakeville Area Public Schools), and is affiliated with the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL). The school is a member of the South Suburban Conference.
The school competes under the Minnesota State High School League and is a member of the competitive South Suburban Conference. The school was in the Lake Conference until 2009-2010.
Their mission and vision? The Lakeville South High School mission is to foster well-rounded, lifelong learners who will contribute meaningfully to a dynamic, global society.
And the Lakeville South High School vision is to prepare students for 21st century success through individualized learning, community partnerships, and a culture defined by integrity.
Next on the list is the other school in the area, and the older one as well. Lakeville North Highschool. The high school is located on 19600 Ipava Avenue, Lakeville, Minnesota. Lakeville North High School (LNHS) is a public high school in northern Lakeville, Minnesota. Formerly Lakeville High School, LNHS received its current name when a second high school, Lakeville South High School, was built. Grades 9-12 attend the school, and its principal is Marne Berkvam.
The school is a member of Minnesota Independent School District 194 (Lakeville Area Public Schools), and is affiliated with the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL). The school is a member of the South Suburban Conference (Minnesota). During the 2009-10 school year, Lakeville North High School was recognized with the Blue Ribbon School Award of Excellence by the United States Department of Education, the highest award an American school can receive.
The school strives to prepare successful, future-ready students. And they actively collaborate with the assets and resources available in our community to create a culture of learning. Together, they provide students robust opportunities in academics, arts, athletics and activities in order for students to explore their student’s passions and graduate prepared for life-long success. Lakeville North is part of Lakeville Area Schools, Independent School District No. 194. The district serves 11,000 students in Dakota and Scott Counties and spans 86 square miles.
Their vision and mission? Preparing Successful Future Ready Students and partnering with students, families and community to create a culture of learning and provide the support and resources necessary to achieve at high levels.