Independent School District 194

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Lakeville Area Public Schools
8670 210th Street West Lakeville, Minnesota 55044
United States
Type Public
Motto Learning for a Lifetime
Established 1878 [1]
Superintendent Dr. Lisa Snyder [2]
Grades K-12
Number of students 11,084 (2009-10) [3]
Budget $3,393,775 (2008-09) [4]

Independent School District 194 is a state and nationally recognized K-12 public school district located in Lakeville, Minnesota.

Also known as the Lakeville School District, District 194 serves approximately 11,084 students in grades Early Childhood-12 and is one of the fastest growing school districts in Minnesota. The district boundary covers 86 square miles (220 km2)[5] and includes Lakeville, Elko, part of Burnsville and rural Credit River, Eureka and New Market townships.

District 194 has eight elementary schools (grades K-5), three middle schools (grades 6-8), and two high schools (grades 9-12). District 194 offers preschool, ECFE, before and after school care, and general youth and adult classes through Community Education.

District 194 high schools[edit]

Both District 194 high schools compete in the South Suburban Conference of the Minnesota State High School League.

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