Champlin Park High School

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Champlin Park High School
Champlin Park High School is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Champlin, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Champlin Park High School which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Champlin Park High School on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

Contact information for Champlin Park High School is:
6025 109th Ave N
Champlin, MN 55316
(763) 506-6800

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Our friends at Anoka-Hennepin Community Education are excited to unveil a new website for its adult basic education program, Metro North ABE: www.metronorthabe.org Please share if you know someone who may some day want to get their GED, earn a high school diploma, learn English language skills or improve basic skills for the workplace. We have the resources to help - for FREE! Metro North ABE is a partnership between eight community education programs in the north metro. Together they offer free adult basic education (ABE) classes to develop basic skills for adults ages 17 and up who are not enrolled in a high school program. #discovercommed #AHSchools
Metro North ABE provides free basic education classes for adults to develop reading, writing, math and English language skills to thrive in their community and the workforce.

Anoka-Hennepin School District added a new photo to the album: Sprout Social Photos.
On a perpetual journey of discovery and wonder, Joseph Gaskill happily navigates life’s winding roads. Though those roads have been peppered with rocky obstacles, sharp and biting attacks and steep declines the Champlin Park High School (CPHS) graduating senior persevered with unwavering determination. Gaskill’s determined quest for a lifetime of learning earned the 2017 graduate a $10,000 Horatio Alger scholarship, awarded in recognition of his “commendable commitment to continuing his education and serving the community despite facing significant adversary.” Read more: http://bit.ly/2stIrim


Champlin Park High School and Indian Education student Joseph Gaskill wins Horatio Alger scholarship: bit.ly/2stIrim


Great example of our community partnerships. #AHSchools twitter.com/TomShawEDU/sta…


RT @CoonRapidsHS: @CRHSBiomed Senior Capstone last night! The future is #bright! Great work @Card_NationCR! #OneTeam #WeAreCR https://t.co/…


RT @CoonRapidsHS: @CRHSBiomed Senior Capstone last night! The future is #bright! Great work @Card_NationCR! #OneTeam #WeAreCR https://t.co/…


Heading to the market this weekend? #AHSchools students sweep @MplsFarmMarket artistic design honors: bit.ly/2sYf7O8

Anoka-Hennepin School District added a new photo to the album: Sprout Social Photos.
Heading to the farmer's market this weekend? If you go to the Minneapolis Farmers Market, the bag you get will be adorned with art made by an Anoka-Hennepin student. Anoka-Henenpin Regional High School's Jessica Lundquist won the Minneapolis market's reusable bag design contest with her original artwork, earning a $1,000 scholarship for winning, and her artwork will appear on this year’s bag. In addition, Anoka-Hennepin students swept the top three spots in the contest. Read more: http://bit.ly/2sYf7O8

Anoka-Hennepin School District added a new photo to the album: Sprout Social Photos.
Students at Oxbow Creek Elementary School in Champlin do more than just put two and two together to find success. They analyze and compute, research, strategize and execute financial literacy to make winning investments. Wait. Investments? They’re in elementary school. All of those skills were put to use during the Stock Market Game conducted by Best Prep this spring, and five Oxbow Creek teams took the top five spots in the competition. The Golden Boys — a team of Dominic Jessop, Preston Sisomphou and Aiden Transue — took home gold in the fourth-grade division of the contest. Read more: http://bit.ly/2stvS6W

Anoka-Hennepin School District added a new photo to the album: Sprout Social Photos.
For some education programs, there is no substitute for “hands-on” learning. An end of the school year donation will assure some 120 Coon Rapids High School (CRHS) students involved in the auto mechanics program will get a jump start on the competition for years to come. Coon Rapids-based North County Ford, an affiliate of the Luther Auto Group, donated a newer model vehicle to the school with the goal of improving interest and skill levels of students pursuing a career in auto mechanics. Read more: http://bit.ly/2t2Wybs