Lester Prairie Schools

The Lester Prairie Lions Club annually donates dictionaries to all Lester Prairie students in the third grade. Their support for the school includes many other donations and support.

Information updated February 2020

Independent School District 424 is a K-12 facility located at 131 Hickory Street North in Lester Prairie.

• Office: 320-395-2521

• Superintendent Dr. Melissa Radeke

• Principal Mike Lee

• Activities Director/Dean of Students Jeremiah Kramer

• website: lp.k12.mn.us

• Twitter: @LPHTBulldogs

• Facebook: @lp424.

Lester Prairie is a small school with big opportunities. LP Schools currently have 475 students enrolled with an average grade level size of 36 students. The average elementary classroom size is 20 students.

Lester Prairie High School offers a wide range of classes to support the wide range of interests our students have: College in the School, PSEO, College Online courses, and Concurrent Certified Technical Education (CTE) courses.

You can do it all at LP Schools. More than 65 percent of the junior and senior high school students participate in extracurricular activities, such as drama, robotics, band, athletics, and Knowledge Bowl.

Lester Prairie Schools recognizes the strong community support and the success it creates for our students who have gone on to participate in regional, state, national, and international competitions the last several years. We appreciate the Lester Prairie community for supporting a building addition to the school that will enhance the academic and extracurricular opportunities for our students.

If you are interested in enrolling your children, or would like to schedule a tour, please call the district office at 320-395-2521. We would love for you to become part of the LP family. Go Bulldogs!