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About EPS

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Edina Public Schools is a nationally recognized suburban public school district serving approximately 8,500 students.

The Edina Public School District includes:

  • Six elementary schools (K - Grade 5)

  • Two middle schools (Grades 6 - 8)

  • One high school (Grades 9 - 12)

The District also includes the award winning Early Learning Center, providing early learning opportunities for children age 0-5 and their families, and Community Education Services providing programs and services for learners of all ages, from birth through age 85+.

Edina Public Schools serves a large portion of the City of Edina, a first-tier Minneapolis suburb of approximately 47,900 residents.

Our Vision

For Each and Every Student to Discover their Possibilities and Thrive.

Our Mission

Edina Public Schools is a dynamic learning community delivering educational excellence and preparing all students to realize their full potential.

Through academics, activities and opportunities, we encourage creativity, foster curiosity, and develop critical thinking skills. We support every student’s educational journey by creating a caring and inclusive school culture that supports the whole student.


2020-2030 Strategic Plan

On June 8, 2020, the Edina School Board approved a new seven-year Strategic Plan. It followed a collaborative, 22-month planning period that included discussion and input from parents, students, staff, community and administration.

The plan's five Priority Strategies focus on academics, equitable and inclusive school culture, positive learning environments and whole student support, leadership development, and partnership with stakeholders.  

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Strategic Plan


Strategic Plan

The Strategic Plan plots a course for the school district for the next five years -- a course that will prepare our students for success in career and life.


EPS Report Card


EPS Report Card

Learn more about Edina Public Schools at the Minnesota Department of Education Minnesota Report Card.