Roseau Elementary School
NCTC Interactive Classroom


Primary & Secondary Education

The Roseau Community School, home of the "Rams", has become a focal point of "community" education in Roseau. A strong emphasis has been placed our children and their education, it is the backbone of Roseau's future. The community has responded with a state-of-the-art facility, committed staff and supportive parents. The Roseau School is not only keeping up with the times, it is a leader in developing students with a college and vocational oriented curriculum.

The school provides extensive computer and technology integration into cirriculum, vocational skills development opportunities, and ITV telecommunications links offering higher education possibilities with post-secondary schools such as the M-State, University of Minnesota Crookston and Northland Community and Technical College. The school has also made efforts to keep student to teacher ratios low.

The Roseau School is truly a community school providing opportunities for everyone. The school boasts a central community center featuring a swimming pool and spa, state-of-the-art 400 seat auditorium, computer lab, meeting rooms, library, complete wellness center, and indoor walking track. All of these facilities are open to the public on a regular basis and provide a focal point for city residents. In addition, the school provides a variety of adult classes through its Community Education Program.


Higher Education

Northland Community & Technical College

Northland Community & Technical College maintains a satellite site in the Roseau City Center.  The facility provided two classrooms, one is a 17 seat ITV/computer lab classroom and the other is a 32 seat traditional classroom.  Services provided to local residents include: educational classes and programs, customized training, academic advising, exam proctoring, and more.  


University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota Extension Service also maintains a Regional Center in Roseau also provides research and educational opportunities for young and old throughout the region.

Regional Director: Nathan Johnson (218) 463-0294