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SAVHS AAA Award Winners: Lydia White and Alex Koester

The Triple A award recognizes the excellence of two St. Anthony Village seniors in the areas of academics, arts, and athletics.  Pictured below, alongside Activities Director, Troy Urdahl are nominees Alex Koester and Lydia White. These two students have shown excellence in the classroom by each taking multiple advanced placement (AP) courses throughout their academic

VHS Band Legend Roger Bjorklund Receives Award

Recently SAVHS retired music director Roger Bjorklund was recognized at US Bank Stadium for the 2017 Butch Dufault Memorial YIMMY.  This award is considered a Youth In Music Hall of Fame award for Lifetime Achievement in Music and the marching arts.  Below is a copy of the script used to honor Bjorklund. “A native of

2017 Patriots Marching Band Schedule

If you are looking to see the Patriots Marching Band perform this summer, you will have a number of local opportunities.  Here is the Patriots 2017 schedule: Th, 6/8 – Spring Lake Park Tower Days, 6:30 p.m. Wed, 6/14 – Benson Pioneerland Band Festival, 6:30 p.m. Sat, 6/17 – Fridley 49er Days, 10 a.m., AND Buffalo’s Buffalo

POPS Concert April 28 & 29 at 7:30pm

St. Anthony Village High School presents the 55th annual POPS Concert on Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the O.D. Tingum Auditorium, 3303 33rd Avenue.  Tickets are $6.00 for adults.  To purchase tickets, contact 651-639-3939.

SAVHS Band to Play at Wild Playoff Game Today!

At the invitation of the Minnesota Wild — specifically Heather Erickson, SAVHS Class of 1994 — the SAVHS Concert Band students, led by Mr. Ravndal, will play at game five of this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Xcel Energy Center! The band was also invited to perform during game one of the Wild v. Blues

Huskies Coaches – Get to Know ’em: Andy Erickson

When asked to write a six word memoir, this was Erickson’s response, perfectly embodying the spirit of a band director. “Band Band Band Band Band Band.” This inspirational man is the idol of several aspiring young band members. Erickson was raised in Missoula, Montana; however, after going to college at St. Olaf, he decided to