Why Choose ASA?
ASA is a public charter school that is tuition free and serves students K-8. The main emphasis at ASA are students who have a particular interest in the arts and sciences. All students at ASA are required to participate in art, music, and theatre as part of our program. We are actively looking for students that want to live and breathe the arts. If this sounds like the path you are interested in, please contact the appropriate school office to arrange for a tour.
Recent ASA Updates
This year's musical is T-Bone, Torrey and Samantha Get Lost in Time. This is an ASA original musical written by Ben Mulhern. This is ASA’s second...
ASA Families, Please check out this survey about possibly offering summer programming beyond Targeted Services and ESY. We are looking for feedback...
ASA Families, Just wanted to help clarify some guidance we have received from the Dept of Health regarding close contact quarantines and those who...
Now Accepting Enrollment Applications!
Art and Science Academy is now accepting new applications for the 2021-22 school year. The enrollment lottery for the year is complete so further applications will be on a first come first served priority list basis.
ASA Store & Online Payments
An online payment center by RevTrak, providing a convenient way to make online payments for various school fees, goods, and services.
ASA contracts with C-I for transportation. For questions regarding routes, stop times, and transportation specific questions it is necessary to contact the C-I transport office (763-552-6287) for information. Thanks!
School Hours of Operation
School Hours: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Office Hours: 8:30am – 4:30pm
At ASA, be a “STAR”
Calm Body, know your personal space, use kind words, use materials and equipment appropriately, remain in assigned seat until given permission to leave.
Follow adult directions, keep area clean, respect others’ property, return borrowed supplies.
Use good manners, be a learner,accept direction, participate positively.
Greet others, voice level 0-2, follow dress code, use positive language, be considerate of your own personal space and others.