Lakeville Ames Arena, located at Ipava Avenue and Kenwood Trail, offers public skating, skating classes, birthday…More parties, indoor artificial turf and dry floor rental, in addition to high school hockey games.
The arena is managed by Lakeville Arenas, a joint effort between the Lakeville Area School District and City of Lakeville.
Lakeville North High School is one of the community's two high schools. Located just two miles west of downtown…More Lakeville on Ipava Avenue, North opened in 1993 to 660 students. Today, Lakeville North, which is home to the Panthers, hosts 1,802 students in grades 9-12. Before Lakeville South High School opened in 2005, North was known simply as Lakeville High School and housed all of the district's grade 9-12 students.
The school is led by Principal Marne Berkvam and in 2009 was named a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence. Prior to North, Lakeville's high school was in the building that is now Kenwood Trial Middle School.
McGuire Middle School opened in 1956 and at that time, was Lakeville Junior/Senior High School. It held grades 7 to…More 12 until Kenwood Trail Middle School was built in 1975. The building then became a middle school.
In 1982, the school was renamed Donald J. McGuire Middle School in honor of the retired, longtime superintendent.
Today, McGuire is Lakeville's largest middle school, home to 938 students in grades 6 to 8. The school is adjacent to JFK Elementary School and the district office.
Christina Huddleston Elementary School 9569 175th St W, Lakeville, MN55044 Christina Huddleston Elementary School is led by Principal Amy Schmidt and is home to 425 students in grades K-5. The…More school opened on the corner of 175th Street and Ipava Avenue in 1982 as the district's third elementary school. It was named after a long-time Lakeville resident and education advocate, Christina Huddleston. In 2001, the school became and International Peace Site and a student-created peace mural blankets the wall across from the main office.