Two enrollment options
Minnesota's Online Learning Option Act provides the opportunity for Minnesota public school students to take online courses from approved online providers. As long as students stay within the full-time allotment, the cost is covered by students' per pupil allotment from the state of Minnesota. Students living in MN are eligible for a free, public education until the school year of their 21st birthday.
It's up to you how you want to enroll. The choice is yours!
Enroll in the full-time/comprehensive program and pursue your high school diploma by taking 100% of your coursework online.
The learning lab is available for students who live nearby, but there are no requirements for physical attendance at school except for required testing days. Several students work from home often or 100% of the week while many others come to the learning lab.
Enroll in the part-time/supplemental program and take one, a few, or all of your classes while staying enrolled at your school.
Students in this option are welcome to join us in the learning lab if they desire to do so, but they remain enrolled at their school and attend their other classes there. There are no required testing days or other required attendance under this option.
does anyone have to pay tuition?
Students needing credits beyond what we offer (often due to failing a class in past high school years), those from out of state, homeschooled students, private school students, or those over the age of 21 are welcome to attend but are not eligible to do so free of charge. To discuss our tuition option, please contact us at via email: firstname.lastname@example.org