In the Heart of our Community
1910 County Road B West
Roseville, MN 55113
Fairview Community Center, located just south of Rosedale Mall in Roseville, is home to services and programs for community members of all ages. Besides District administrative offices and programs, the building houses ten non-profit agencies leasing space in the building.
District Offices and Programs at Fairview
Community Education administrative offices and many of its programs are housed in the Fairview Community Center. Other district programs found at Fairview include:
Community Education offers a variety of programs for adults and children. They include youth enrichment, and aquatics programs, adult education, adult high school, computer classes, and the Roseville Area Senior program.
Early Childhood Special Education
A part of Roseville Area Schools continuum of special education and related services, this program provides intervention services for young children, from birth to kindergarten, who have developmental delays. The type of services a child receives depends on his or her individual special education needs.
Office of Equity & Integration
Roseville Areas Schools is committed to creating integrated learning settings where all students can attain high academic achievement. A main goal of the Equity & Integration program is to strengthen staff capacity to work effectively with students, families, and colleagues from diverse backgrounds.
Adult Learning Center
The Adult Learning Center serves adults who want to succeed in learning. Our licensed teachers are caring individuals who work with center students one-on-one, in small groups, or in a classroom setting where they provide individualized instruction. Programs offered include: Adult Basic Education and GED, the English Learners Program, and Dual-Enrollment/Credit Make-Up.
Fairview Alternative High School
To meet student needs, Fairview Alternative High School uses individualized and small-group instruction along with 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.
Roseville Area Schools offers a 5-week summer school program for grades 9 -12.
We have an array of summer offerings to meet the needs and interests of Roseville Area students in grades preK-12.
Targeted Services (TOPS)
TOPS provides qualifying students in grades K-8 with additional non-school hours academic support, so they can catch up with their peers and experience success in school. Targeted Services works closely with classroom teachers, Title I , English Language Learners program, and others to increase the test scores of K-8 students. Qualifying students are invited to attend before- and after-school classes taught by licensed teachers.
Educational Development Center
The Educational Development Center (EDC) at the Fairview serves as the teaching and learning hub for the district, housing the coordinators and specialists who work in this area. The EDC is part of the Department of Teaching and Learning, which oversees curriculum, professional development, instruction, and assessment.
District Copy Center
The District 623 Copy Center offers a full range of copy services for district staff, partnering organizations, and the general public. For more information about our copying services or to set up an account to use our online ordering system, please call 651-604-3561.
Agencies Located at Fairview
The following non-profit agencies have offices in the Fairview Community Center:
- Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative