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Greenvale School

Our Schools

Pre-K, Elementary School, Middle School, High School and Beyond

Northfield Public Schools’ educational system for youth includes early childhood, three elementary schools, a middle school, a high school and an alternative high school. We are well-positioned to offer a high quality, well-rounded education that strives to meet the specific needs of each student of any age and prepare its graduates for lifelong success. The district is also committed to the lifelong learning of Northfield residents and offers adult and youth enrichment programs through Community Services.


Community Services


K–5 Elementary Schools

All three of our elementary schools strive to empower learners and build foundations. We offer a comprehensive core curriculum that includes a Spanish immersion option through our Compañeros program as well as experiences in art, vocal, string, and instrumental music, physical education and media.

Bridgewater Student Music Science Project

Bridgewater Elementary

Bridgewater Elementary serves 500 students in the neighborhood south of downtown Northfield.

Contact Info
Nancy Antoine, Principal
401 Jefferson Parkway
507.664.3300 / 507.664.3307 (TDD)

Bridgewater Elementary

Greenvale Students Making Slime

Greenvale Park Elementary

Greenvale Park Elementary serves 500 students in the neighborhood near St. Olaf College.

Contact Info
Sam Richardson, Principal
500 Lincoln Parkway
507.645.3500 / 507.645.3506 (TDD)

Greenvale Park Elementary

Sibley Classroom

Sibley Elementary

Sibley Elementary serves 585 students in the neighborhood southeast of downtown Northfield.

Contact Info
Scott Sannes, Principal
1400 Maple Street
507.645.3470 / 507.645.3475 (TDD)

Sibley Elementary


Middle and High Schools

Our middle and high school offer a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum that drives our mission. Schools are committed to engaging students in curricular and co-curricular activities that support their passions and encourage the development of independent thought.

Student at Annual Eagle Bluff Trip

Northfield Middle School

Home to about 970 students, Northfield Middle School serves students grades 6–8.

Contact Info
Greg Gelineau, Principal
2200 Division Street South
507.663.0650 / 507.663.0664 (TDD)

Middle School

Science Classroom

Northfield High School

Northfield High School offers a rigorous curriculum for students grades 9–12.

Contact Info
Joel Leer, Principal
1400 Division Street South
507.663.0630 / 507.663.0634 (TDD)

High School

ALC Classroom

Area Learning Center

The Area Learning Center provides a non-traditional education environment for students under 21.

Contact Info
Daryl Kehler, Director
201 Orchard Street
507.645.1201 / 507.645.1205 (TDD)

Area Learning Center


Early Childhood and Childcare

Early childhood education and childcare options for infants through school-aged children are housed in the Northfield Community Education Center (the former Greenvale Park) building. The programs are administered by Community Services.

Hand in Hand Preschool Group

Hand in Hand Preschool

We offer classes for children ages 3–5 with sections in the morning and afternoon and options to attend 2, 3, 4 or 5 days per week.

Contact Info
Sara Line, Director
700 Lincoln Parkway
507.645.1200 / 507.645.1205 (TDD)


Children Playing in Snow at EarlyVentures

Ventures Childcare

Ventures Childcare has options for infants, preschoolers, and school-aged children during the academic year and summer.

Contact Info
Breezy Barrett, Ventures Coordinator
700 Lincoln Parkway
507.645.1200 / 507.645.1205 (TDD)


Babies playing in ball pit


Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) serves children ages birth to kindergarten and their parents.

Contact Info
Erin Bailey, Community Education Director
700 Lincoln Parkway