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Lutheran Boarding School in St. Paul, Minnesota

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Saint Croix High School:
Located in West St. Paul, MN, St. Croix Lutheran High School is a private, college preparatory day & boarding school for grades 9-12. International students and students from Twin Cities metro area, southern Minnesota, and western Wisconsin enjoy a complete education at St. Croix. Our international program has about 60 students from 10 different countries, with on-site housing & boarding for International and long-distance American students.

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Co-educational College Prep School with Boarding for Students in Grades 9-12:
The full range of academic courses and wide array of co-curricular activities accentuate the community environment at St. Croix where ninth through twelfth grade students develop in all aspects of life.

Student / teacher ratio of 1:15. Students consistently score at or above Minnesota average on ACT and SAT. 90% of students continue on to post-secondary studies 

Middle School:
Photo of Lutheran Boarding School in St. Paul, MinnesotaStudents must take six to eight courses each semester (a combination of required and elective classes). Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are required by the State of Minnesota.

Freshman Year (Grade 9)

Required Courses:
- English (ESL or English levels 1 through 6)
- Mathematics (Pre-Algebra, Algebra I/II, Geometry)
- Biology
- Physical Education (1 semester)
- Keyboarding (1 semester)
- Religion 9

Elective Courses:
- Spanish I
- German I
- Latin I
- Chorus
- Band
- World Geography
- Art (Fundamentals of Art, Drawing, Painting, Lettering & Printmaking,
- Form & Sculpture, Ceramics)

Sophomore Year (Grade 10)

Required Courses:
- English (ESL or English levels 1 through 6)
- Mathematics (Algebra I/II, Geometry)
- Physical Science
- World History (or ESL World History)
- Physical Education (1 semester)
- Health (1 semester)
- Religion 10

Elective Courses:
- Spanish I/II
- German I/II
- Latin I/II
- Choir
- Band
- World Geography
- Art (Fundamentals of Art, Drawing, Painting, Lettering & Printmaking,
- Form & Sculpture, Ceramics)
- Computer Applications
- Desktop Publishing/Yearbook

Junior Year (Grade 11)

Required Courses:
- English (ESL or English levels 1 through 6)
- U.S. History (or ESL U.S. History)
- Religion 11

Elective Courses:
- Spanish I/II/III
- German I/II/III
- Latin I/II/III
- Choir
- Band
- World Geography
- Art (Fundamentals of Art, Drawing, Painting, Lettering & Printmaking,
- Form & Sculpture, Ceramics)
- Computer Applications
- Accounting
- Mathematics (Accelerated. Algebra II, Advanced Math, AP Calculus, Computer Programming)
- Environmental Science/Geology
- Chemistry/Accelerated Chemistry
- Physics/Accelerated Physics/AP Physics
- Family Life (Foods/Child Development)
- Desktop Publishing/Yearbook
- Journalism/Broadcast Journalism
- AP Psychology 

Senior Year (Grade 12)


Required Courses:
- English (ESL or English levels 1 through 6)
- Economics (1 semester)
- Government (1 semester)
- Religion 12

Elective Courses:
- Spanish I/II/III/IV
- German I/II/III/IV
- Latin I/II/III/IV
- Choir
- Band
- World Geography
- Art (Fundamentals of Art, Drawing, Painting, Lettering & Printmaking,
- Form & Sculpture, Ceramics)
- Computer Applications
- Accounting
- Mathematics (Accelerated Algebra II, Advanced Math, AP Calculus, Computer Programming)
- Environmental Science/Geology
- Chemistry/Accelerated Chemistry
- Physics/Accelerated Physics/AP Physics
- Family Life (Foods/Child Development)
- Desktop Publishing/Yearbook
- Journalism/Broadcast Journalism
- AP Psychology

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Address: 1200 Oakdale Ave, St. Paul, Minnesota , USA
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