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St. Paul, MN is home to a wide variety of educational opportunities and resources that meet the needs of students from all backgrounds. The city boasts some of the highest-rated public schools in the state, such as Central High School and Johnson Senior High School, both receiving perfect scores on Minnesota's star rating system. Additionally, many private schools are located within St. Paul’s borders, including several religious affiliated organizations as well as an international baccalaureate curriculum school. Local education options also include magnet programs like the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory Magnet School, which provides students with a unique academic experience focused on STEM-related topics. With its diverse range of educational options for K-12 students and beyond, St. Paul is sure to provide a quality learning environment for anyone who chooses to call it home.

St. Paul schools spend $16,770 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 15 pupils per teacher, 9,478 students per librarian, and 469 children per counselor.

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Over 6 years ago

St Paul is a nice city to live, especially for raising a family. I am a transplant, moving here 33 years ago at the age of 26. I am self employed in the remodeling  More

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Over 6 years ago

I have lived in Minnesota my whole life and I’m 50+. As you get older the humidity is unbearable and the mosquitoes seem to get bigger?! I can count on one hand how  More

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Over 7 years ago

The MPA community is the most at home I have ever felt.  More

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