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Henry High School

Address: 4320 Newton Ave North

Grades: 9-12

Principal: Liza Anderson-Schmid, Interim

Hours: 8:05 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.

Phone: 612.668.2000

Fax: 612.668.1993



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Henry High School promotes intercultural understanding and academic excellence

Henry High School located in North Minneapolis’s Victory neighborhood celebrates a diverse community that values and supports the experiences of inquiry and learning. Students and staff at Henry work systematically to close educational and opportunity gaps to become a stronger performing community school. Henry honors and celebrates students’ cultures and backgrounds while creating pathways to future learning and teaching, Henry bolsters readiness in college, career, and life for every student. Henry promotes performing arts, athletics and clubs, social emotional learning, project-based learning, restorative practice and internship & mentoring opportunities.  Henry strives for family culture, equity, social justice, and community engagement.

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Community Schools

Community schools reflect the rich histories of our city’s unique neighborhoods and celebrate our students' diverse cultural backgrounds. Community schools provide high-quality academic programs with smooth academic pathways from elementary to through high school that build students’ skills and fuel their interests each step of the way.



  • IB Middle Years Programme, Careers Programme (IBCP), and Diploma Programmes (IBDP)
  • Liberal Arts College Prep program
  • Community Connected Academy emphasis on project-based learning, social justice, and community engagement
  • College credits through AP, CIS, IBDP/CP, MTCT-Education Pathway, Project Lead the Way, PSEO, and others
  • Career prep classes and internships
  • Strong community partnerships including AchieveMPLS ,Beacons, College Possible, NAZ, Project Success and Girls Taking Action
  • World languages: Chinese, French, Hmong, and Spanish
  • Special Education services with highly specialized learning disabilities, autism and emotional/behavioral programming
  • EL programming
  • Athletic, arts, and after-school activities
  • Offering Hmong Language and Culture, as well as the Education Pathway Program which focuses on developing future teachers/educators of color

Transportation: High School Go-To Pass

Student Race School District
Native American 3% 5%
African American 52% 35%
Asian American 24% 5%
Hispanic American 13% 14%
White American 8% 41%
Students School District
Receive ELL Services 17% 17%
Qualify for free or reduced lunch 69% 48%
Receive Special Education Services 19% 15%
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English : 612.668.1840
Español: 612.668.3700
Soomaali: 612.668.3700
Hmoob: 612.668.1840

8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

1250 W. Broadway Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55411

Ph: 612.668.1840
Fax: 612.668.1841

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