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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Osseo Area Schools's estimated annual revenue is currently $280.1M per year.(?)
  • Osseo Area Schools's estimated revenue per employee is $180,000

Employee Data

  • Osseo Area Schools has 1556 Employees.(?)
  • Osseo Area Schools currently has 1 job openings.

ISD 279-Osseo Area Schools is an award-winning school system that inspires and prepares all students with the confidence, courage, and competence to achieve their dreams; contribute to community; and engage in a lifetime of learning. ISD 279 is the fifth-largest school district in the state, serving all or parts of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Corcoran, Dayton, Hassan, Maple Grove, Osseo, Plymouth, and Rogers. The district serves more than 21,000 students, early childhood through grade 12, in 17 elementary schools (PreK-6), four junior highs (7-9), three senior highs (10-12), an area learning center, two early childhood centers, two special program sites, and an adult education/enrollment center. Community education classes serve lifelong learners from birth through senior citizens. The district is known for excellence in areas ranging from academics and arts to sports and finance. For the third consecutive year, ISD 279 has been named one of the nation's "Best Communities for Music Education." Rush Creek Elementary is an NCLB Blue Ribbon School; Woodland Elementary was named one of four Family Friendly Schools in Minnesota in 2009 and a Minnesota School of Excellence in 2011. All of the district's magnet schools have been honored by Magnet Schools of America as Schools of Excellence or Schools of Distinction. The district's careful stewardship of taxpayer funds has been recognized by the Minnesota Department of Education and the Association of School Business Officials International. ISD 279 has what parents want in an excellent school district, according to SchoolMatch, a national school evaluation company. Magnet schools allow students to deepen their learning in special focus areas. Elementary magnet schools are Birch Grove Elementary School for the Arts and Weaver Lake Elementary: A Science, Math & Technology School. Brooklyn Junior launched a STEM program in 2011. North View Junior High IB World School (6-9) and Park Center Senior High IB World School (10-12) offer the International Baccalaureate Middle Years and Diploma Programmes, recognized worldwide for their international focus and rigorous assessment. Building on its strong tradition of health science programming, Osseo Senior High now offers an official Health Science magnet program. Gifted Education services provide rigorous opportunities for high-ability students. High schools offer a wide variety of college-level courses through the Advanced Placement program. Co-curricular offerings build character, stretch minds, and challenge the body. Teams and/or individual athletes have been recognized recently as state champions in softball, swimming, dance team and adapted soccer; Minnesota State High School League Academic Excellence award winners; state qualifiers in multiple sports; All-Conference musicians; and the Hennepin Theater Trust Spotlight Award. In 2011, nearly 20 student athletes signed letters of intent to play college sports after graduation. ISD 279 students reflect the global community, coming from homes where more than 80 dialects or languages other than English are spoken. Diverse demographics contribute to rich, real-life learning environments that prepare students for the 21st century workplace. Preschool is offered at two early childhood centers and four elementary schools, with before- and after-school child care options. All-day kindergarten options (some tuition-based), and/or before- and after-school child care (gr. K-6) are available at all elementary sites.