Morning Activities

  • Morning Gym - Students can enjoy physical activities in the gym before school.

Afternoon Activities

  • District Community Education Clubs & Sports
    Community Education offers a variety of school year and summer activities to Mounds View School District youth in grades 1 - 12. Click on the link to learn more: Community Ed Link.


    Chamber Orchestra is open to 7th and 8th graders by audition and 6th grade by invitation. Rehearsals will begin later in the fall, and will rehearse Mondays from 2:35-3:25 p.m.. Concert dates and rehearsal times will be announced soon in class. The cost of membership is $12 for the year.

    Jazz Band is an activity where students who play various band instruments play music of different genres, including jazz, rock, swing, and Latin, in a classic "big band" setting. We meet Tuesday & Wednesday afternoons from 2:35-3:25 p.m. We perform multiple times a year.

    Choir Ensemble is a singing group for any 6th, 7th, and 8th graders to join! We sing popular music that the students get to choose, as well as do small group and/or solo projects. We meet every week after school on Mondays and perform at the Spring Choir Concert. The activity fee for this group is $12.


    GSA Club - This group is for LGBTQ+ students and allies, and it's a ton of fun! We play games, get to know each other, and talk about issues related to the LGBTQ+ community.

    Math Team is a program that allows students with a passion for math to further their understanding and compete with other students from neighboring schools. 

    Reading Zone, Science Zone, Math Zone, Social Studies Zone and Spanish Zone – Students have quiet time to work on assignments, as well as get help from teachers and retake tests.

    Unified Club - This group is for students who have an interest in developing meaningful relationships between students with and without disabilities. We help spread acceptance and ensure each and every person feels included and welcome at Edgewood. Club members have an interest in creating authentic inclusion activities inside and outside of school that change how students interact with one another on a daily basis.

    "United For Success": Black History Club - Students will have the opportunity to talk about leaders in the black community, play games, watch documentaries, learn and talk about black history, get any questions answered they may have, and create/plan educational and community building events for the Edgewood and Mounds View community.

Additional Student Activities

  • Edgewood First Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics Team is designed for students who want to compete head to head using a sports model. Teams design, build, and program their robots to compete on a 12' x 12' field, in an alliance format, against other teams.