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Our mission, every day, is to cultivate and nurture the learners at Albany Area Schools, making them ready for life beyond school. Through a curriculum cycle focused on continuous improvement, students are given the opportunity to explore a constantly changing society and develop the skills to become engaged citizens and innovative thinkers.

Elementary Curriculum Overview

The elementary schools provide a solid core curriculum for students guided by the Minnesota Academic Standards. Core instruction in reading and math is the backbone of a student's academic day. Homeroom teachers collaborate to provide quality instruction in science and social studies throughout the week. Students attend physical education, art, music, and media classes taught by specialists throughout a six-day cycle. The staff works together to include additional enrichment opportunities for all students.

Middle School Curriculum Overview

Albany Area Middle School's curriculum is guided by the Minnesota Academic standards. Students attend classes on a six-period academic day with an advisory period at the end of the schedule. In addition to English-language arts, math, science, and social studies, students attend a rotating schedule of fine arts, physical education, health, music, computer, world language, FACS, and technology courses. Opportunities exist for students who qualify to take enriched math courses.

High School Curriculum Overview

Albany Area High School offers a broad curriculum to its students in a block schedule format. Students are enrolled in four classes in each of the four quarters. Beyond math, social studies, science, and English-language arts, AAHS offers a diverse menu of agriculture, fine arts, FACS, business, world language, tech, Project Lead The Way, physical education, and work-based learning classes. Students have numerous opportunities to earn college credits while still in high school.