Forest Lake Area Schools

Inspire the Learner, Ignite the Potential

Inspiring students


Success doesn't happen by accident

The Forest Lake Area School District has worked hard to design a quality educational system that prepares students for the world.

A great place to live and learn

The Forest Lake Area School District 831 is located 30 miles north of the Twin Cities, along the I-35 corridor that runs north to Duluth. It is an area dotted by lakes, rolling hills, woods, and small towns. Many residents enjoy our rural, small town life and find they can easily commute to the Twin Cities area.

The academic efforts of our students are supported by excellent teachers (67% of our staff have earned a Masters Degree), challenging curriculum, technology, high standards and a safe learning environment. The school district's strong traditional academic program is enhanced by award-winning co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, gifted education offerings and a full range of special education programming.

As the largest employer in the area, Forest Lake Area School District employs over 1,200 persons, including teachers, clerical staff, aides, custodians, bus drivers, cooks, mechanics and administrators.

History of our schools

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Schools 100 years ago were one-room rural school buildings scattered throughout the towns and countryside. Through consolidation of the small locally-controlled school districts over the years, the Forest Lake Area School district now encompasses 220 square miles, with seven elementary school buildings including a Montessori elementary school, two junior high schools , a senior high school and an Area Learning Center. The communities served are: Forest Lake, May Township, New Scandia Township, Wyoming, Lino Lakes, Columbus Township, Linwood Township, and parts of Marine-on-St. Croix, Hugo, Stacy, Ham Lake, Wyoming Township and East Bethel.
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In the spring of 2011, in conjunction with the celebration of Forest Lake Area High School's 100th graduating class, the school district partnered with the Forest Lake Times to publish a commemorative booklet that outlines the history of the school district, from its roots in the late 1800s until today. Click here to download a copy of that booklet

The Forest Lake Area school district is a great place to live and learn. Feel free to contact any administrator with specific questions, and come and see our staff and students working together.

Our Vision:

Inspire the Learner, Ignite the Potential

Our Schools


Forest Lake Area Senior High
Dr. Steve Massey - Principal
(651) 982-8401
http://hs.flaschools.org

Century Junior High
Mr. John-Paul Jacobson - Principal
(651) 982-3100
http://cen.flaschools.org

Southwest Junior High
Mr. Scott Geary - Principal
(651) 982-8701
http://sw.flaschools.org

Area Learning Center
Ms. Kelly Lafean - Principal
(651) 982-3171
http://alc.flaschools.org

Central Montessori Elementary
Ms. Kelly Lafean - Principal
(651) 982-3171
http://cm.flaschools.org

Columbus Elementary
Mr. Neal Fox - Principal
(651) 982-8902
http://col.flaschools.org

Forest Lake Elementary
Mr. Kenny Newby - Principal
(651) 982-3201
http://fle.flaschools.org

Forest View Elementary
Mr. Scott Urness - Principal
(651) 982-8201
http://fv.flaschools.org

Lino Lakes Elementary
Mr. Ronald Burris - Principal
(651) 982-8851
http://ll.flaschools.org

Linwood Elementary
Mr. Jim Caldwell - Principal
(651) 982-1901
http://lw.flaschools.org

Scandia Elementary
Ms. Julie Greiman - Principal
(651) 982-3301
http://sc.flaschools.org

Wyoming Elementary
Mr. Curtis Slater - Principal
(651) 982-8001
http://wy.flaschools.org
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