St. Croix Lutheran High School
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|St. Croix Lutheran High School|
|West St. Paul, Minnesota
|Number of students||approx. 450|
|Colors||Red and White
St. Croix Lutheran High School is a parochial high school in West St. Paul, Minnesota. The secondary school has a student body population of about four hundred total students in ninth through twelfth grade. Most of St. Croix’s students live in the greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area and travel to and from school each day. However, about one hundred students stay in an on-campus residence, so students from all over America and all over the world go to school at St. Croix.
St. Croix is a school with one of the lowest parochial high school tuitions in the state of Minnesota. Teachers work with students in classes that prepare students for college and include the required courses of English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Religion, Science, Physical Education and Health. A variety of elective courses encourage student's special interests and prepares them to attend college.
The football team won their first MSHSL State Championship in class AAA with an undefeated season in 2011. The men's track & field team won the Class A Minnesota True Team State Track and Field championship in 2007, 2008, and 2009.