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Justice Page Middle School

Address: 1 W. 49th St.

Grades: 6-8

Principal: Shannon Tenner

Hours: 8:45 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Phone: 612.668.4040

Fax: 612.668.4050



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Justice Page Community School welcomes world changers

Justice Page Community Middle School, located in the Tangletown neighborhood of South Minneapolis, fosters an innovative, academically challenging environment that empowers each learner to explore possibilities, act with integrity, and create positive change within their community and the world. Justice Page was named after the honorable Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Alan Page in honor of his dedication to public service, justice, and the students of Minnesota. Students at the school embrace their community through service learning and problem solving. A Justice Page education ensures students grow together as learners and leave ready to change the world. As an International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) candidate school, Justice Page will begin the process in SY 2021-22 to become an authorized MYP school.  This process takes an average of 5 years.  During this time, MYP practices will be implemented slowly and authentically to provide students with exposure to an MYP education.



Community school description
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.



  • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) for grades 6-8
  • IB Middle Years Programme Candidate School
  • Social emotional learning focus 
  • Arabic and Spanish language instruction 
  • Social studies and ELA Collaboration classes 
  • CREW 
  • Advanced instruction, including Telescoped Math 
  • Special Education services with highly specialized autism, developmental/cognitive and emotional/behavioral programming 
  • EL programming 
  • Wide variety of athletic and after-school activities


Student Race School District
Native American 1% 5%
African American 18% 35%
Asian American 4% 5%
Hispanic American 12% 14%
White American 65% 41%
Students School District
Receive ELL Services 12% 17%
Qualify for free or reduced lunch 28% 48%
Receive Special Education Services 13% 15%
Pathway Schools

Washburn High School

201 West 49th Street
Grades: 9-12
Students: 9-12

Community: 27, 4, 28, 5
Citywide: False
Magnet: False
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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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