ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
South St. Paul Secondary, located high on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River, is a public school of just over 1,700 students, grades 6-12. The school’s team name, the Kaposia Packers, reveals the history of the community: Kaposia for the Kaposia Indians who were founded in South St. Paul and Packers for the former center of the meat-packing industry. Approximately 54% of our students go on to a four-year college or university, and about 20% to junior college or technical school. The high school graduated its first class in 1908.
Hours and Schedules
Middle School (M,T,Th,F): 7:50 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.
W.I.N. Wednesday: 9:30-2:25
Middle School Students follow a six-period/day schedule with 2 Semesters.
Main Office Line: (651) 457-9408
24-Hour Attendance Line: (651) 457-9415
Secondary Building weekly announcements:
Important Upcoming Dates:
- Sept. 25-30: Homecoming
- Oct. 3: Gold Awards (Gr. 10-12)
- Oct. 6: Picture Re-take Day
- Oct. 9: Non-Student day
- Oct. 11: PSAT (Gr. 10-11)
- Oct. 12: 9-12 Student- Family Connect Day
- Oct. 19-20: Non-Student Day/ MEA
** For More information, make sure to read the Principals News Letters!!
Hispanic Heritage Month is to celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. At South St. Paul Public Schools our students are celebrating the ways Hispanic Americans have impacted our country.
South St. Paul students and teachers represented our district through STEM at the Minnesota State Fair. In art, more than two dozen South St. Paul student art pieces were submitted. In science, Kaposia's Solar for Schools curriculum was on display with a mini solar oven demonstration.
Minnesota has two tax relief programs for families with children in kindergarten through 12th grade: the K-12 Education Subtraction, and the K-12 Education Credit. Both programs help lower taxes and may provide a larger refund.