Go to the head of the class if you realize that Fargo-Moorhead has numerous educational opportunities, from innovative public and private schools to numerous high-quality colleges and universities.
The Hess Corporation has donated $25 million to help North Dakota students become better prepared for college and careers, with the South East Education Cooperative in charge of designing specific programs for Fargo schools. Specific goals in the Succeed 2020 initiative include increasing ACT scores, improving college and career counseling beginning in middle school grades, increasing advanced placement course opportunities for rural students, and offering more access to technical education programs.
Three Public School Districts
Fargo Public School District has classes from preschool through high school, plus performance and musical arts training at the Trollwood Performing Arts School. West Fargo Public School District provides classes from kindergarten through high school and also contains a STEM Center, which teaches a curriculum focused on science technology, engineering and mathematics. Moorhead Area Public Schools address the needs of students from kindergarten through high school, also providing an emphasis on STEM courses at both the middle and high school levels.
Fargo-Moorhead's religion-based private schools all include high-quality education while instilling the values of their respective faiths. Blessed John Paul II Catholic Schools Network, Oak Grove Lutheran School and Park Christian School all provide education from kindergarten through high school, while Grace Lutheran School educates students from kindergarten through eighth grade.
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