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An International Baccalaureate world school

and Minnesota School of Excellence

Hayes is known for its high expectations for all; its safe, caring and nurturing environment; and its program of academic excellence. Together, we continue to provide Fridley students with the best education possible! 

We are proud to be a Minnesota School of Excellence and an Authorized International Baccalaureate World School.  Both are honorable distinctions and are respective of the kind of community that Hayes is.

We believe every student can learn. We believe in a positive and productive environment where all learning is valued. Students are given opportunities to grow in a creative, sensitive, and mutually respectful atmosphere, which fosters the importance of each individual.

We invite you to become part of this exciting journey.  If you have any further questions about Hayes or would like to set up a tour please feel free at anytime to contact our school office.

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Thanks to the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization Outdoor Learning on the Riverfront grant, Stevenson students are receiving expanded learning opportunities through a partnership with Growing Green Hearts.

Congratulations to the members of the Fridley High School Speech Team who became the Tri-Metro Conference champions on March 8, 2018.

R.L. Stevenson Elementary School held an assembly on March 7, 2018 featuring four successful African Americans to inspire students to always work hard and do their best.

Several Fridley Public Schools students successfully presented their National History Day competition projects and have advanced to the Metro Junior East regional competition.

Fridley students joined others across the country who gathered in solidarity on March 14, 2018, to honor those who lost their lives in a Florida high school shooting, as well as an effort to invoke legislative change.

More than 200 students and families attended Chinese Culture Day at Fridley Middle School on February 16, 2018.

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