Robbinsdale Area Schools
High School
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Welcome Cooper Hawks!

Amplify your passion for excellence

 

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Individual focus. Infinite potential.

Discover your talent and passion for the arts.

 

Collaborate to Learn
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Excellence for All.

We believe each student has limitless possibilities, and we strive to ignite the potential in every student.

 

Cooper High School

Our mission is to provide a caring and vibrant community where all members are respected and educate students to become active, compassionate, principled critical thinkers.

Hawk Family Strong!

Principal's Welcome

Dr. Frank Herman is the head principal of Cooper High School.

Back-to-School

Looking for 2021-22 back-to-school information, such as supply lists? 

COVID-19

Information and updates

 

 

Counseling & Info for Seniors

Prepare for your future

Counselors and staff can help students with educational planning, personal and social growth, career planning and decision making.

Student Voice

We engage and empower students by amplifying student voice.

Learn more about student leadership opportunities.

Athletics, Activities & Fine Arts

Discover your passion

Fine arts • Athletics • Clubs

School Calendar

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Cooper High School Auditorium
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Cooper High School Auditorium

School News

The Quill logo

Did you know Cooper High School has an award winning school newspaper? The Quill is now available electronically, in full color, for everyone's enjoyment! 

Winter weather

Winter’s coldest months are nearly upon us, so this is a good time to remind families that sometimes Robbinsdale Area Schools may be forced to close school because of extreme temperatures or significant snow.

Be sure to visit the district’s weather closing website to learn more about the process that goes into determining if a school closure is necessary, as well as the ways you’ll be notified about cancelations.

Substitute Teachers

Do you know someone looking for a rewarding job? Do you enjoy working with young people? If you or someone you know would like to consider becoming a guest teacher, contact our Human Resources Department. Guest teachers work up to eight hours per day, and we pay $165 per day.

World's Best Workforce

Robbinsdale Area Schools will hold its annual World's Best Workforce public meeting from 5-6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 9.

Join the virtual meeting to learn how the district is addressing its World's Best Workforce goals. Virtual meeting information can be found on our district calendar.

Educational Benefits

By applying for educational benefit, you support your school community by providing funding for counseling services and social workers, technology funding, Early Childhood education funding, and reduced fees for athletics, instrument rentals and more.

Th district asks that every family apply every year. If you prefer a paper application, please contact us at 763-504-8050. Complete your application today!

Staff appreciation

’Tis the season for spreading kindness and cheer. It’s also a great time to thank a Robbinsdale School District employee and support a dedicated organization that works on behalf of the district. When you make a $20 contribution to the Seven Dreams Education Foundation, you can thank a staff member with a small gift and, at the same time, support the Foundation to provide extra educational opportunities in Robbinsdale Area Schools. 

MN Safe Learning Survey

The state is looking to gather the voices of all educators, all enrolled families, and students in grades six through 12, regarding their public school experiences through participation in the MN Safe Learning Survey. The survey is open through Wednesday, Nov. 24.

The Quill logo

Did you know Cooper High School has an award winning school newspaper? The Quill is now available electronically, in full color, for everyone's enjoyment! 

News from food services

Due to supply chain issues, families should expect menu changes in the coming days and weeks. Not only do these supply chain issues impact our district’s school meal program, but are also impacting other school districts, restaurants and businesses across the nation. 

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