Roosevelt High School (Minneapolis)

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Roosevelt High School
High school in 1923
Address
4029 28th Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota
USA
Coordinates 44°55′47″N 93°13′53″W / 44.9297°N 93.2314°W / 44.9297; -93.2314Coordinates: 44°55′47″N 93°13′53″W / 44.9297°N 93.2314°W / 44.9297; -93.2314
Information
Type Public secondary
Established 1923
School district Minneapolis Public Schools
Principal Michael Bradley
Faculty 126
Teaching staff 65.83 FTE
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 884 (2014-15)[1]
Campus Urban
Color(s) Maroon and Gold
        
Nickname Teddies
Website

Roosevelt High School is a public school located in the Standish neighborhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota. A part of the Minneapolis Public Schools, it is named after United States President Theodore Roosevelt. Athletic and other competition teams from the school are nicknamed the Teddies. Roosevelt has been an International Baccalaureate World School since March 2010, and offers the Diploma Programme as well as the IB Career-related Certificate.

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