Big Opportunities, Personalized
Stillwater Area High School is a comprehensive high school that provides incredible opportunities to our students - from nationally recognized music to unique hands-on science courses.
Something for everyone
Our students can choose from nearly 100 elective courses and can also enroll in more than 20 pre-college courses, which allows them to earn more than two years of college credit while still in high school. Not to mention the more than 25 varsity sports and 45 student clubs that keep our students active and engaged after the school day is over.
Big building, small and caring community
Our school looks big on the outside, but on the inside we've intentionally made it feel small and welcoming. We've created learning communities that help students connect with their peers and their teachers. We know our kids - their successes and their struggles - and we support them through school and life.
“We learn not for school but for life” is more than just our school motto. It’s our mission to help prepare you for a meaningful and enjoyable life beyond Stillwater Area High School - wherever your path leads you!
High School Roadmap
Wondering what your child is learning in school right now? Curious how you can help support them as they plan for the future? Or maybe you just can't remember when they're suppose to have that school physical completed! Our High School Roadmap is designed to help you find the answers to all of your school-related questions.
Can't find what you're looking for here? Contact the high school directly or visit our full Family Roadmap for information on early learning, elementary, middle school, high school and beyond.
We give students Flex Time during the week to use in the way that best fits their needs. For some it may be used for interventions or tutoring. Others might use the time for catching up on course work or collaborating on a group project
Planning For The Future
Pathways & Possibilities helps all students better understand their career options. We give them hands-on experience in a variety of areas so they leave high school ready for employment, a technical program, associate degree, certification, four-year college degree or the military.