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Welcome to Northwest Suburban Integration School District
Our Application is now up and running!  We apologize for the delay.  You can access the Magnet Lottery Priority Application here.

The Magnet Lottery Application for school year 2017-18 will open on Friday, October 14, 2016
and will remain available online through December 31, 2016. Students who apply during the priority application period of October 14 through December 31, 2016 will have the best chance of being assigned to the magnet school of their choice.

We have a few changes in our offerings of magnet schools for the year 2017-18.
  • Earle Brown and Brooklyn Center Secondary will be transitioning from IB and Arts to STEAM beginning the 2017-18 school year. 
  • Birch Grove Elementary School for the Arts will now be accepting Pre-K applications.  (half day program). 
  • Stevenson Elementary - An IB World School will now be accepting Pre-K applications (half day program).
  • Edgewood Middle School STEAM is currently closed for open enrollment due to exceeding current student capacity. They will not be available for open enrollment this year.
A list of all magnet school offerings can be found here.

College Visits 2016
Join Northwest Suburban Integration School District on college visits throughout the school year.  Below are fliers and sign up instructions for both high school and middle school.  Email or call Ayenna for openings at 763-450-1331 or jdavis@nws.k12.mn.us.

High School College Visit Flyer

High School Sign - Up
Middle School College Visit Flyer
Middle School Sign - Up

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Schools in the News

At Brooklyn Center Secondary, as in many high schools, students see making the homecoming court as a hallmark of social achievement.

But in a school where all 10 court nominees are students of color — and where the majority of those nominees come from immigrant homes — homecoming has a special meaning. Students say that being selected by your peers stokes a deep sense of pride, as well as some occasional cultural confusion among family members.

While immigration, race and culture have become incendiary issues in national politics, the students at Brooklyn Center Secondary describe diversity as a way of life.  Read Star Tribune article here.

Upcoming Events with NWSISD
Upcoming Events:

IDP Field Trip to Penumbra Theatre's production of Jitney - November 2, 2016, 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.