Area Schools
Statewide enrollment options, informally known as open enrollment, is Minnesota’s public school choice option that allows students and parents to have access to schools that are not within their resident district. This program allows student enrollment from one school district into another. Contact the schools listed below to explore academic and athletic offerings.

Norman County West Elementary : K – 5

West Elementary is a public school that serves approximately 75 preschool – 5th school serving approximately  It is staffed by 13 certified and 14 non certified staff committed to helping our students excellence in all aspects of life. The school’s curriculum and instruction has been carefully aligned with the Minnesota Academic Standards. 

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West Adventure Center – Preschool and Headstart  

Tri-Valley Head Start is a comprehensive child development program that provides services for preschool children and their families.

Head Start is a full-service program for preschool children and their families. Head Start primarily serves three and four year olds from low-income families. All local Head Start programs must reserve space (at least 10%) for children with disabilities.

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Ada-Borup School : K-12

Located in the heart of the Red River Valley, spanning over 345 square miles, the district encompasses two communities – Ada and Borup. The elementary school and high school serve approximately 500 students.

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Climax Shelly : K-12

Climax-Shelly Public Schools is a public school district located in Climax, MN. It has 226 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1.

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Hillsboro Public Schools – K-12

Hillsboro High School is an above average, public school located in Hillsboro, ND. It has 222 students in grades 7-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. 

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COVID-19 Information and Updates

The Halstad City Council is following the Governor’s declarations and executive orders to mitigate any risk to the Halstad City Staff and the public in order to help everyone remain healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is the City’s top priority to keep its many services functioning throughout the health crisis.