Irondale fact sheet, 2022-23

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Irondale High School serves:

1,724 students in grades 9-12

• Each Irondale student has a Personal Learning Plan. Deans work with students throughout their high school career to create unique goals for their time in school and beyond.

• The Career and College Center offers personalized post-secondary planning for college, career, technical training, employment and more.

• Irondale’s comprehensive curriculum includes more than 200 course offerings, including world language offerings and a variety of enriched and accelerated courses.

• More than 75% of Irondale students participate in a wide range of co-curricular and extracurricular activities ranging from National Honor Society and student council to football, music, speech and much more.

After English, the top three languages spoken by families: 1) Spanish, 2) Somali, 3) Hmong

Who we are:

Diversity of student population

n Hawaiian/Pacific Islander .1%

n Native American .4%

n Two or more categories 7.5%

n Asian 8.4%

n Hispanic 15.3%

n Black 18.7%

n White 49.7%

Vichai Saefong, Principal 651-621-6803

Board-approved core class sizes: 34 students

Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch 47% Students receiving special services Special Education 11.7% English as a second language 7.7%

Irondale High School

2425 Long Lake Road

New Brighton, MN 55112


School hours: 8:35 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

Office hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Every student has a Personal Learning Plan focused on post-secondary success.

Who we serve:

Irondale welcomes students in its attendance area, which includes parts of Arden Hills, New Brighton, Mounds View and Roseville.

Students at Irondale: Can choose to participate in a variety of extracurricular options, including band, orchestra, choir, athletics and drama.

Mounds View

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