Welcome to Fairview Alternative High School (FAHS)
8:50 am – 3:20 pm; Monday through Friday
Attendance Office: 651-604-3800
To arrange an intake, please call the office at
Enrollment in the district will only be accepted at the District Center, 1251 W. County Road B-2, Roseville, MN 55113.
To make an appointment to register your child(ren), please call Central Enrollment at 651-635-1626 or e-mail them at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Their Internet web site for Central Enrollment forms and other information is: http://www.isd623.org/enrollment/.
Fairview Alternative High School (FAHS)
Fairview Community Center
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, Minnesota 55113
Hmong - 651-604-3594
Karen - 651-604-3543
Latino - 651-604-3546
Laura Freer, Principal
Brian Bailey, Assistant Program Coordinator & Physical Education Teacher
Vicki Day, Secretary
Jeff Babineau, Special Education Teacher & Work Based Learning Teacher
Brian Bossany, Chemical Health Counselor
Laura Corcoran, Art Teacher
Janelle DiCarlo, Math Teacher
Rainbow Espinosa, EL Teacher
Mary Jo Feely, School Nurse
Bob Goepel, Work Based Learning Coordinator
Charles Hall, Business Teacher
Mark Jansen, Social Studies Teacher
Katie Johnson, EL Teacher
Maureen Kieger, Language Arts Teacher
Amanda Loge, Social Worker
Martha Mason-Miller, EL Teacher
Jessica Mernin, Counselor
Jordan Nelson, School Psychologist
Sam Northey, Science Teacher
Kelly Place, Science Teacher
Whitney Schultz, Language Arts Teacher
Laura Tucci, Social Studies Teacher
For information on school closings due to extreme cold or snowy conditions, please tune in to the local media. Announcements of closings will be posted on Roseville Area Schools' home page http://www.isd623.org.
What does FAHS stand on?
- All people can and want to learn.
- There is a balance between teacher-led and student-directed learning.
- Flexibility and choice can increase motivation in our learning community.
- In creating a strong connection to future career options, we can be successful.
Fairview Alternative High School meets student needs by individualized and small group instruction through smaller class sizes, personalized learning experiences, flexible scheduling, and a work based learning curriculum.
The purpose of Fairview Alternative High School is to create a less traditional, more flexible environment; to expand options for students; to establish supportive relationships with students, staff, and families to ensure academic success; and to empower students.
Students will have the opportunity to earn their Roseville Area School Diploma, combine school and a career, improve academic and vocational skills, maximize creative talent, learn through individualized and small group instruction, develop and define social skills, and explore responsible patterns to make positive life choices.
If you are a parent or student who is interested in learning more about Fairview Alternative High School, please contact your high school counselor or FAHS directly at 651-604-3800.