Edina High School is a three-year public high school located in Edina, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. The school was founded in 1949 and is the main high school in the Edina School District. The current student population is 1,940.
Edina High School ranks 234 nationally according to US News and World Report. http://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/minnesota/districts/edina-public-school-district/edina-high-school-10781 Edina High School is identified as a "Five Star School" by the Minnesota Department of Education and a "National School of Excellence" by the U. S. Department of Education. Newsweek ranked the school #89 in their "List of the 1200 Top High Schools in America", and the Grammy Foundation selected it as one of forty-two "Signature Schools" recognizing Edina's contributions to music education. Ninety-five percent of seniors go onto college and eighty-six percent finish in five years. A recent survey conducted 10 years after graduation showed that 30% of Edina graduates completed graduate school degrees or were pursuing graduate degrees.
Following a review of over 30,000 U.S. High Schools in 2005, Sports Illustrated ranked the Edina High School athletic program 8th in the Country.
History teacher Lonni Skrentner was selected Minnesota History Teacher of the Year in 2004 by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. She is currently serving on the Edina School Board. 72% of Edina High School teachers hold advanced, specialist, or doctoral degrees. More recently, English Teacher Jacqueline Roehl Was selected Minnesota Teacher of the Year in 2012.
A second high school, Edina West High School, opened in 1973 adjacent to Valley View Junior High. At that time, what was known as Edina High School was renamed Edina East High School. However, due to declining enrollment Edina East was closed in 1981 and became the Edina Community Center while Edina West became Edina High School.
In November 2003, city of Edina residents passed an $85.8 million bond referendum to renovate all school facilities in the district, with the high school undergoing major renovations. Construction began on the high school in May 2004 and was completed in 2007.
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