Fairview Community Center

1910 County Road B West
Roseville, Minnesota 55113

651-604-3500

Fairview Community Center Building

Fairview Community Center provides services and programs for community members of all ages - from birth to older citizens.

Our Programs

The Fairview Community Center houses administrative offices and programming for Community Education.

Other district programs located at Fairview include:

We currently lease space in the building to ten different non-profit agencies. Custodial and nutrition services are included as part of the lease agreement.

Community Education

Community Education offices are housed within the Fairview Community Center, and offer a variety of programs for adults and children. They include but are not limited to, youth enrichment, and aquatics programs, adult education, adult high school, computer classes, and the Roseville Area Senior program.

Early Childhood Special Education

Roseville Area Schools provides a full continuum of special education and related services depending on each student’s unique special education needs, including children aged birth to 5 years old (Early Childhood Special Education).

Office of Equity & Integration

Roseville Areas Schools is committed to creating integrated learning settings where all students can attain high academic achievement. The main goal of the Equity & Integration Program is to strengthen staff capacity to work effectively with learners, families, and colleagues from diverse backgrounds.

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

Adult Basic Education is a group of individualized study programs designed to help adult learners with one on one small group learning at your own pace. Adult Learning Center students will find a learning experience that differs from a traditional classroom setting. The program uses a self-paced, independent study model and the structure is geared to the students learning style. Our focus is on helping you succeed.

  • complete a high school diploma
  • pass the GED (General Education Development Diploma) tests
  • review for college entrance
  • improve reading, writing and math skills.

Fairview Alternative High School

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.

Summer School

There is a 5-week summer school program offered for grades K-12.

Targeted Services (TOPS)

Targeted Services (TOPS) provides qualifying K-8 students with additional non-school hours academic support early on so they can catch up with their peers and experience success in school. Targeted Services works closely with classroom teachers, Title I , ELL and the Leave No Child Behind efforts to increase the test scores of K-8 students. Qualifying students are invited to attend before and after school classes taught by licensed teachers.

Teaching & Learning Educational Development Center

The Department of Teaching and Learning includes all areas related to curriculum, professional development, instruction, and assessment. They are staffed by a group of teacher leaders who coordinate and lead the district initiatives. In addition, they work very closely with the nine buildings in the district to help them implement their school's goals. The department is driven by a commitment to helping teachers implement research-based strategies which will increase the probability that all children will learn.

RAS Copy Center

The Roseville Area Schools Copy Center offers a full range of copy services for district staff and partnering organizations. For more information or to set up an account to use our online ordering system, please call 651-604-3561.