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Breck School
123 Ottawa Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55422
Breck School has provided a quality education to Minnesota's youth since the late 1800s; developing a reputation forMore blending innovation and tradition in the classroom. The school has been in Golden Valley since 1981, occupying the space that once housed Golden Valley High School. The private school's mission is to "Prepare each student for a college whose culture is compatible with the individual's needs, interests, and abilities." Breck's campus houses the entire PK-12 school in a single building. However, those schools are divided into three academic divisions: the Lower School (pre-4); the Middle School (5-8); and the Upper School (9-12). Those students have access to some of the most state-of-the-art educational technology available. For instance, students in grades 4-12 all receive laptops, which are meant to be used as supplements to textbooks. Students can also choose between a number of extracurricular activities and sports teams.
Robbinsdale Cooper High School
8230 47th Ave N, New Hope, MN 55428
Robbinsdale Cooper High School is a senior high school serving students who reside in Golden Valley. Cooper became anMore International Baccalaureate School  in July 1998, and it offers the IB Middle Years and International Baccalaureate programs, along with a wide variety of courses and curricula suited to the needs of all its students. It offers a comprehensive fine arts and music program, as well as many extra-curricular activities, including many athletic programs. Cooper students and alumni are referred to as Hawks, after the school's mascot.
Robbinsdale Armstrong High School
10635 36th Ave N, Plymouth, MN 55441
Named after the first person to walk on the moon, Robbinsdale Neil A. Armstrong Senior High School serves students fromMore Golden Valley, Robbinsdale, Crystal, New Hope and, of course, Plymouth. The school offers core subjects, technology education, physical education and the fine arts. Newsweek ranked the school #800 in their "List of the 1500 Top High Schools in America," and the American Music Conference has ranked Armstrong  as one of the "100 Best Communities for Music Education." The school's athletic programs have made it to state competitions on many occasions.