Welcome to White Bear Lake Area High School and Independent School District 624! Home of the Bears.
Students at White Bear Lake Area High School are served within a two-campus system.  WBLAHS - North Campus is home to grades 9-10 and WBLAHS - South Campus serves grades 11-12. 

The comprehensive school offers countless curricular and co-curricular options designed to meet student needs and interests.

We have a current enrollment of 2500 students.

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North Campus

Serving students in grades 9-10.

WBLAHS - North Campus 
5040 Bald Eagle Ave
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Main Office: 651-653-2920
Attendance: 651-653-2911
Health Office: 651-653-2940
Counseling Office: 651-653-2912
Activities/Athletics: 651-653-2933
Principal: Carrie Barth

WBLAHS - North Campus Mission

The mission of White Bear Lake Area High School North Campus, a diverse educational community with the pivotal role of unifying all students during their crucial high school transitions, is to cultivate a learning environment where all students authentically develop their self-worth, identity, and full potential resulting in student success through a vital system distinguished by:

  • Culturally relevant, rigorous instruction that meets the needs of all students
  • A safe, supportive environment that fosters open communication and well-being
  • A culture of care, respect, and acceptance of all people
  • Opportunities for leadership, involvement and choice
  • Decision-making through the lens of equity

South Campus

Serving students in grades 11-12.

WBLAHS - South Campus 
3551 McKnight Road
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Main Office: 651-773-6200
Attendance: 651-773-6211
Health Office 651-773-6238
Counseling Office: 651-773-6222
Activities/Athletics: 651-773-6206
Principal: Don Bosch

WBLAHS - South Campus Mission

Our mission at White Bear Lake Area High School-South Campus, a dynamic launchpad of learners, is to empower one another to navigate our unique journeys, embodied by:

  • Student-driven opportunities for authentic learning
  • Nurturing and mutually supportive relationships where each voice is valued and recognized
  • Safe and engaging environments that inspire lifelong learning
  • A courageous community willing to persist and adapt to meet high expectations
  • Passionate learners who transform their local and global communities

Meet the WBLAHS principals