St. Charles School uses cooperative busing with St. Anthony Village High School for our K-8 students. Transportation is free for families with children who are picked up and dropped off within the St. Anthony-New Brighton school district boundaries. For families with children outside the boundaries there is a $150 per student fee to ride the bus for the school year. This fee is subject to change for the following school year and will be updated upon notification from the district.
All students wanting bus service must apply using the Bus Transportation Application. See links below for all bus information:
- Bus Transportation Application 2019-20
- Bus Pass
- Map of district boundaries for busing
*Please note: Upon completion of its morning route, each bus stops at St. Anthony Village High School and drops off the high school students. At this time, the St. Charles students also get off the bus and they transfer to three designated buses that take them to St. Charles (if the bus they are on does not continue to St. Charles). A St. Anthony High School staff member is always present to direct the St. Charles students to the correct buses.
Stops and times, and extended boundaries for both morning and afternoon routes, may vary from year-to-year depending upon St. Anthony-New Brighton school board approval. For questions regarding bus transportation and district location, please contact our main office.
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