At Richfield Public Schools, we are committed to providing engaging and rigorous educational opportunity through our academic programs. Learn more about our rich variety of curricula and commitment to digital and media literacy.
Governor Walz’s Executive Order 20-41 declares that public school districts and charter schools will continue to implement distance learning plans through the end of their planned 2019-20 school calendar year.
Dual Language Immersion (DLI) in Richfield Public Schools provides both native English speakers and native Spanish speakers with academic instruction in two languages from pre-K through graduation. Discover the benefits of DLI and what instruction looks like at the elementary, middle and high-school level.
Taking classes that grant college credit not only prepares students for success in higher education, but can also strengthen college applications. Find out more about our variety of college-level course offerings.
Our districtwide English Learner (EL) program prepares our English learning students to be successful academically, as well as in life.
Richfield Public Schools is dedicated to accommodating all types of students, including those who demonstrate exceptional academic skills and require advanced learning opportunities. Read more about our Gifted & Talented program and other advanced curricular options.
At the high-school level, we believe that a well-rounded education includes creative exploration, health awareness and service to our surrounding community. Learn more about our graduation requirements.
The Minnesota Seal of Biliteracy is a language-proficiency award that students earn, which reflects their language proficiency as measured on the national scale of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Language. Learn more about what earning the seal means and how to achieve it.
Richfield Public Schools has an assessment and accountability team that is responsible for the administration and analysis of district selected and state mandated assessments. Learn more about our evidence-based approach to optimizing students' testing experience and achievement status.
The World's Best Workforce bill was passed in 2013 to ensure every school district in the state is making strides to increase student performance. Read more about the goals outlined in the bill and our plans to address them.