• School Site Changes: 2019-2021
    Alongside the opening of the new Sartell High School in the Fall of 2019, changes are also in process for all students in Grades PK-8. The following is a timeline of the upcoming shifts. The links on the left side of this page will give you more specific information as it relates to each grade level.

    • 2019-2020
      • New Sartell High School opens
      • Current Sartell High School closes as it undergoes remodeling to become the new grades 6-8 Sartell Middle School
    • 2020-2021
      • ORE and PME become school sites serving students PK-2
      • Current Sartell Middle School becomes an intermediate school serving students in grades 3-5
      • Current Sartell High School reopens as Sartell Middle School serving students in grades 6-8

February 6, 2019 Update

Contact Us

  • Jeff Schwiebert
    Superintendent
    Sartell-St. Stephen Schools
    320-656-3715

    Kay Nelson
    Assistant Superintendent
    Sartell-St. Stephen Schools
    320-656-3716

February 6, 2019 Update

Media Archive

  • New Sartell High School, Facility Upgrades to be pitched to School Board
    November 8, 2015 - WJON

    The Sartell district has been studying its facilities with a community task force since March to come up with a solution for growing enrollment in its schools.

      

    Schwiebert addresses school-bond questions
    May 12, 2016 - Sartell Newsleader

    Bond amounts

    The $105.8-million bond, if approved, would be paid back during a 25-year period. The following is an approximate breakdown of how it will be spent:

    • New high school, grades 9-12: $89.5 million.
    • Changes to existing high school to make it a middle school, grades 6-8: $10.55 million.
    • Changes to existing middle school for grades 3-5: $2.55 million.
    • Changes to Pine Meadow Elementary, pre-K through grade 2: $1.7 million.
    • Changes to Oak Ridge Elementary, pre-K through grade 2: $650,000.
    • Borrowing costs of the bond: $850,000.
Last Modified on February 15, 2019