Bridgewater Elementary School 401 Jefferson Pkwy, Northfield, MN55057 The Northfield School District's newest elementary school, Bridgewater Elementary School, broke ground in 1998. Sitting…More on a 14-acre site, the school was modeled with an Earth theme. The school is conveniently located near Northfield Middle School and Northfield High School and serves neighborhoods south of Highway 19 and west of Highway 246. The school took its name as a result of its proximity to Bridgewater Township.
Northfield High School educates about 1,300 students each year in grades 9 through 12.
Situated south of…More downtown, the high school is located near Bridgewater Elementary, Sibley Elementary and Northfield Middle schools.
In addition to a strong academic program, Northfield High School, home to the Raiders, excels in several sports in the Missota Conference.
Jefferson Park 1581 Jefferson, Northfield, MN55057 Conveniently located on Jefferson Parkway, Jefferson Park is a quaint park nestled into a neighborhood. The park, which…More features slides and swings, is within walking distance of Northfield High School, Northfield Middle School and Bridgewater Elementary.
The Northfield Middle School staff is responsible for educating nearly 900 students each year.
Located near…More the intersection of Jefferson Parkway and Hwy. 246 in the southeast corner of the city, Northfield Middle School is conveniently located near Bridgewater Elementary School, Sibley Elementary School and Northfield High School.
Students have the opportunity to participate in various sports, including basketball, soccer and track as well as many activities, such as chess club, student council and yearbook.
The Northfield School District Central Offices shares a building with the Northfield High School and is a short drive…More or walk from Sibley Elementary, Bridgewater Elementary and Northfield Middle School.
The district office is where you can find Superintendent Chris Richardson and other district administrators.
The Northfield School District educates students from preschool through high school graduation. The district's curriculum focuses on six key strategies and goals, including quality education, climate, stewardship, curricular outcomes, communications/partnerships and diversity.