Osseo Public Schools
Maple Grove is a flourishing community in the Twin Cities metro area that over 61,000 residents proudly call home. Just twenty minutes from Minneapolis and forty-five minutes from the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, citizens receive every amenity of a large city and the peace and charm of a small town.
Minnetonka, Hopkins, & Wayzata School Districts
Minnetonka is a fully developed suburban community of more than 50,000 residents located eight miles west of Minneapolis. The city’s natural surroundings — including trees, wetlands, prairies and diverse bodies of water — set it apart from similar-sized suburbs and give the community a distinct character.
Wayzata & Orono School Districts
The citizens of Wayzata have a great deal of pride in their lakeside village. Wayzata has a thriving downtown business community, high quality developments and beautiful residential neighborhoods. Careful planning has allowed the City to maintain open space, park lands and a “small town” feel that makes Wayzata truly a special and historic community.
Wayzata & Robbinsdale School Districts
- Extensive trails and parks
- Picturesque open spaces
- Strong neighborhoods
- Diverse recreation programs
- Highly regarded school districts
- A variety of local businesses
- Nearby shopping and entertainment districts
- Easy access to downtown Minneapolis and its wide array of cultural and sports venues.
Elk River School District
Rogers is a vibrant, growing suburban community in Hennepin County and the seven-county Twin Cities metropolitan area. In its early days, Rogers benefitted from the expansion of the railroad to spur growth and industry, and draw people to the rich, productive land and the beauty of the surrounding natural landscapes – thereby forming the foundation of the community.
Orono, Wayzata, Delano, & Rockford School Districts
Medina is a city abounding in natural beauty and recreation. There are many natural resources accessible to our residents and visitors from the Lake Independence boat launch and Medina Lake’s boardwalk to Hamel Legion Park’s playground and ball fields.
Hopkins & Robbinsdale School Districts
Golden Valley boasts more than 9,000 housing units, ranging from traditional suburban homes to high-rise condominiums. Although settlements in Golden Valley were established as early as the 1860s, most of the area’s housing stock dates to the 1950s and 1960s. Although Golden Valley is considered fully developed, significant redevelopment opportunities exist, where high-density housing can complement an urban streetscape along with retail, offices, and parks.
St. Louis Park
St Louis Park School District
St. Louis Park’s convenient location as a neighbor to Minneapolis means you’re only minutes away from some of the Twin Cities’ most attractive amenities: the Chain of Lakes, the downtown theater district, shopping, universities and major league sports.