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Alternatives to Regular School
Broadway High School
An alternative learning environment for pregnant and parenting teens.
Provides alternative learning environments for Gifted Education and Special Needs students, including Career & Technical Programs.
FAIR (Fine Arts Interdisciplinary Resource) School
Students at FAIR School Crystal (grades 4-8) and FAIR School Downtown (grades K-3 and 6-12) explore dance, theater, music, writing, and visual and media arts, in addition to other academic subjects.
GED Testing Service
Start here for accurate and reliable information about the GED testing program.
Heritage Academy of Science & Technology
Somali students find support for nurturing cultural values, traditions & language, & developing academic English skills in math, science & technology here.
Learn from teachers and other students around the world! Choose the Middle Years (11-16) and Diploma (16-19) Programmes
and then find a local school that sponsors your classes.
Metro South Under 21 Diploma Program
The Metro South Under 21 Diploma Program is designed for those who have fallen behind in high school, who desire to attend a program which better fits their individual needs, and for those who have dropped out and want to return to complete their high school education. This program serves students age 17-21 years old.
Minnesota Internship Center
A Charter School which targets students ages 16-20 who seek non-traditional education. Programs include an English Language Academy, Health Career focus, and Education and Business.
Perpich Arts High School
Free high school arts education at a school in Golden Valley.
Wellstone International High School
A "Newcomer Center" designed to serve students up to age 21 with limited to no English language skills or literacy skills in their first language.
Last updated: Dec. 4, 2013
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