At Eastview High School, we are committed to providing focused, rigorous and relevant learning opportunities for all students.
Eastview (est. 1997) is a comprehensive and college preparatory public high school located in Apple Valley, (suburban Minneapolis/St. Paul,) Minnesota with an enrollment of 2,150 students in grades 9-12. Eastview has been distinguished as one of “America’s Best High Schools” by Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report and by the Washington Post.
Eastview High School recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a 2022 Top Traditional Comprehensive High School in Minnesota!
Eastview Senior High is ranked #5 within Minnesota for Traditional Comprehensive High Schools (#8 including charter and magnet schools). The Advanced Placement® participation rate at Eastview Senior High is 56%. The total minority enrollment is 40%, and 13% of students are economically disadvantaged.
Eastview Senior High is ranked #325 in the U.S. for traditional comprehensive public schools or #527 out of 23,553 schools for all schools (including charter and magnet). Schools are ranked on their performance on state-required tests, graduation and how well they prepare students for college.
Readiness (30%): The proportions of 12th graders who took and passed at least one AP exam. Passing is worth three times more than just taking.
Math and Reading Proficiency (20%): Aggregated scores on MCA math assessments.
Math and Reading Performance (20%): How aggregated scores on MCA assessments compare to U.S. News's expectations given the proportions of students who are black, Hispanic and from low-income households.
Underserved Student Performance (10%): Scores on MCA assessments aggregated just among students who are black, Hispanic and from low-income households. These scores are compared to what is typical in the state for non-undeserved students, with parity or higher being the goal.
College Curriculum Breadth (10%): The proportions of 12th graders who took and passed AP exams in multiple areas. More exams are valued more than fewer exams up to a maximum of four. Passing an exam is worth three times more than taking.
Graduation Rate (10%): The proportion of entering 9th graders who graduated four academic years later.
- 9th Grade Core Program
- Career/School to Work Options
- Cocurricular Programs
- College-Bound Students
- Comprehensive Curriculum “ Focus, Rigor and Relevance”
- Course Sequencing
- Daily Schedule
- Early Graduation
- Failures and Incompletes
- Human Sexuality and HIV/AIDS Prevention Curriculum
- Independent Study
- Minnesota Post-Secondary Enrollment Option
- Pass/No-Credit System
- Term Length
- Transfer Credits