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Kelly Lee
· August 16, 2017
I was a student there from 5th grade until I graduated. I went to the local Junior high for less than 2 weeks (to please my dad). Hated every minute of it! The traditional school setting just wasn't f...or me but I flourished at New Heights! I'd recommend this school to everyone! If I lived in the area I would even send my child there. Great school... great memories!! See More
Kendal Boucher
· August 14, 2013
Well so many memories where to start all the teachers are amazing from Mr Kearney to Julie in the office they teach very well and they help kids excel at learning I am a 2002 graduate from New Heights... and you can not get as hands on at any other school like you can at New Heights the teachers aren't just teacher doing their jobs they really care about their students and don't just look at the students as a job they look at you as a person but only in a positive way their your teacher and your friend and I'm now a student at Century College going for my associates degree in Microcomputer Support Technology See More
Beckie Malchow
· March 30, 2015
We have 4 kids and 2 still go there and 2 have graduated from there. We love this school the teachers and all staff are amazing! They truly care about my kids and I wouldn't have it any other way. Tha...nks to all of you!!! See More
Heidi Erickson
· February 1, 2016
I attended new heights from 1993 to 1995 when I graduated. I was a high school drop out until new hights came along. The best thing I ever did was go to the open house with my mom, sister and niece to... meet some of the educators. I extremely enjoyed Mr. Stowmans woodshop class, Mr. Fitzpatrick's English lit class and Mr. Bucks math class. I really felt that the teachers and the rest of the saff truly cared for the sudents. See More
Vickie Armstrong
· August 21, 2013
This is such a Great School, son was failing classes at the High School and was not going to graduate on time. High school told me to take him to Dr. cause something is wrong with him. So we Did and was nothing wrong. So Decided to switch him to New Heights and for the rest of the school year he was getting all A's and B's. Now also putting daughter in this school. They care about kids graduating!! Thank You New Heights!! See More
Thomas Kearney
· August 14, 2013
New Heights is not only a place for students to flourish, but teachers can excel as well. Teachers are provided leadership opportunities inherently by serving in many cases as department heads. As t...he sole secondary language arts teacher, the instructor is responsible for meeting all of the language arts needs for students in grades 6-12. Teachers learn to manage time and resources in a way that just isn't likely in a larger, more traditional district. Teachers also have the ability to form long-lasting relationships with their students, as they will be scheduled with one another term after term, and year after year. It is a great place to teach and make a difference in students' lives! See More
Joe Streeter
· January 29, 2014
I taught math here for just one year. Leaving was one of the harder decisions I've made and just as hard to look back on. This school provides teachers and students an opportunity to connect through e...ducation and experience success together in a way that a more traditional setting doesn't typically allow. See More
Cheryl Oberg Graham
· January 22, 2014
Best choice I ever made was moving my kids to New Heights. The teachers and staff are an amazing group of people. There is no doubt that Kids success is the top priority.
Randal Laukkonen
· March 6, 2017
I loved this place had great friends,great leadership
Maryrose Berry
· November 12, 2016
I went here from 1st to 5th grade. It's been so long! I miss it.
Cassandra June
· May 3, 2014
I miss this school it was awesome!!! Great teachers!!
I still have the green bracelet:)
Hope all is well
-Cassandra Wetterling-
Russ Merrill
· July 13, 2015
Wonderful school for children of all ages and an absolutely amazing staff!
Rebecca Moore-feiner
· September 15, 2015
We are newly enrolled here and have heard many great things. I like what I've seen and heard so far, looking forward to a great year!
Nathan Olafson
· August 15, 2013
this school was great so many great memories

New Heights is participating in the 9th annual Neighborhood Forest Program, which provides free trees to kids to plant on Earth Day.

If you are interested in receiving a free red maple or birch tree, please register here:

New Heights Schools will open two hours late today!


New Heights School Closing today at 3:00pm.

New Heights has just been notified by Stillwater Transportation that all Stillwater Schools and Stillwater Area Charter Schools will be closing early beginning at noon. The charter schools are therefore determined to dismiss at 3 pm.

During weather events, parents are always encouraged to determine for themselves whether or not to send their children to school.

Tuesday, New Heights elementary students in grades 3-5 will begin taking the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) exam. Here are some tips to help your child feel prepared and ready for this important state test.…/parent-tips-how-help-your-…

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On Wednesday, New Heights' elementary students took a field trip to the Science Museum. They watched the Omni theater movie “Big Dreams", learned how engineers build safe bridges and buildings, and played in the Sportsology exhibit. Here are some New Heights students exploring a tugboat.

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Do kids really need parents to enforce screen time limits? Or will they regulate themselves if given the opportunity? What do you think your kids would do?

See how one family's experiment turned out.…/48-hour-screen-time-experime…/story…

Every parent complains about the battle: Being the screen police with their kids. So what if you let kids self-limit their use, no rules. One family tried it out.

Due to the forecast snow storm, New Heights will be CLOSED Monday, March 5th.

100 days smarter!! Students in Mrs. Hogan's Kindergarten and 1st grade class celebrated the 100th day of school.

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Tonight is the night! Enjoy Chipotle and help out New Heights! Tonight from 4:00pm-8:00pm have dinner at Chipotle and 50% of the proceeds will be donated to New Heights School. Please mention New Heights when you check out. Thank you!

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Check out our moves! New Heights elementary students have been practicing Yoga Calm with Scott Linner, our school psychologist.

Ever wonder how to get your child moving more? Don't miss out on tomorrow night's presentation at New Heights by Sarah Dutton. Sarah is a healthy school day consultant, mindfulness coach and Yoga Calm Youth Instructor. Sarah will present from 5:30-7:30. Pizza will be served. Please RSVP so we know how much food to provide. #651-439-1962.

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Tucked away in Stillwater’s North Hill neighborhood is piece of American education history. The New Heights school is celebrating its 25th school year this year — the oldest kindergarten through

"These days the children don't play at break time anymore; they are just all in front of their smartphones, and from an educational point of view, that's a problem."

France has moved to ban cell phones in school for middle and elementary school students. What do you think??…/france-moves-to-ban-students-from-usi…

The country's education minister says the strict rules are a matter of public health. But some teachers and parents call it a losing battle.

Reminder-- If you are interested in learning more about New Heights, or know someone who is, please attend the New Heights Information Night and Tour TONIGHT at 6:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you!

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New Heights now offers text alerts through the Remind system. If you would like to sign up please follow the link below. Please note K-5 and 6-12 are separate links.

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New Heights School will be delayed 2 hours this morning (1/23).