St. Charles High School (Minnesota)

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St. Charles High School
600 E 6th Street


School typePublic, High School
Established1905 [1]
School districtSt. Charles Public Schools
SuperintendentJeff Apse [1]
School numberISD No. 858 [1]
PrincipalBen Bernard [1]
Enrollment267 [1]
Hours in school day7
Color(s)Orange and Black          [1]
Fight songMinnesota Rouser [1]
Athletics conferenceMSHSL Region 1A
Three Rivers-West
Sportsfootball, basketball, cross country, volleyball, soccer, wrestling, baseball, track and field, softball, dance team, hockey (through Winona Senior High School.[1]) and Golf
Team nameSaints
RivalPlainview-Elgin-Millville, Dover-Eyota, Lewiston-Altura

St. Charles High School is a public four-year high school located in St. Charles, Minnesota. Founded in 1905, today the school serves over 250 students in grades 9-12.[1] The school is located in the St. Charles Public Schools district.

In 2017, St. Charles Public Schools invested more than US$4 million in a new heating system for the school, which had been using a steam heat source since its opening.[2]


St. Charles High School offers eight sports for women (cross country, volleyball, soccer, dance team, basketball, softball, track, and golf), and eight sports for men (cross country, football, soccer, basketball, wrestling, baseball, track, and golf). A student wishing to play hockey may do so through Winona Senior High School.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Activity Page - St. Charles High School. Minnesota State High School League.
  2. ^ Todd, Brian. "Upgrades at St. Charles High School more about air than space". Retrieved 2018-01-14.

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